Nov 2006: COiN organized a senior citizen health camp at Bengal Ambuja complex. Health check, blood sugar and ECG investigations were provided free of cost to all participants. Dr. K. K. Datta and Dr. (Lt. Gen.) S. P. Datta supported the checkups and investigations.
Aug 2006: COiN participated in a general health camp organised at Garpha (behind kasba) in collaboration with Arogya Sandhan. Dr. K. K. Datta and Dr. P. C. Chakraborty attended to a large number of people.
July 2006: COiN participated in a general health camp, in collaboration with Arogya Sandhan in Sardar Para behind Peerless Hospital. Dr. K. K. Datta and Dr. (Lt. Gen.) S. P. Datta supported health checkup of around 100 people, mostly very poor, who attended the camp. Drugs / medicines were provided free.
Mar 2006: COiN organized a diabetes camp in Santoshpur during the last week of Mar 2006. Arogya Sandhan provided a helping hand. Three founder members - Dr. K. K. Datta, Dr. (Lt. Col.) K. Datta, Dr. (Col.) N. De participated. Dr P. S. Chakraborty, a frequent volunteer for COiN, also attended the camp. Nearly 30 people were tested for blood sugar and were provided a follow up at the clinic. A special bulletin was published and distributed which provided different articles on diabetes in bengali.
Feb 2006: COiN conducted a one day general health camp in the third week of February, 2006 at Kendriya Vihar, Kolkata. Nearly a hundred people attended the camp, 25 underwent ECG investigation and 45 were subjected to random blood sugar test. Participating doctors included three of COiN's founding team members Dr. (Lt. Gen.) S. P. Datta, Dr. K. K. Datta, both general practitioners and Dr. (Lt. Col.) K. Datta, ENT Specialist. Additional volunteer doctors included Dr. P. S. Chakraborty, general practioner.
Feb 2006: COiN supported Arogya Sandhan in a general healthcamp in Sunderban area. Several NGOs including leading hospitals participated in this camp. Patient participation was in thousands.
June 2005: COiN conducted a hypertension camp for five days during the first week of June 2005. Three volunteer doctors administered to the patients, and performed blood pressure checks and ECGs on them. All services at the camp were provided free of cost to anyone who visited. We also provided flyers explaining hypertension symptoms and risks to the layperson. Dr. G. P. Datta, Member of State Planning Board, Govt. of West Bengal, inaugurated the camp.