Scudder Memorial Hospital Providing Free Cleft Lip/Palate Surgery

 

Scudder Memorial Hospital main building

In a boon to the poor, the 150 year old, Ranipet based Scudder Memorial hospital has volunteered to provide free cleft lip/palate surgery through its comprehensive cleft treatment center attached to the department of dental and maxillofacial surgery, according to hospital superintendent Dr U Suresh Rao.

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