Over 2000 islanders benefited from the camp which had specialists in pediatrics, radiology, ophthalmology, gynecology, psychiatry, dermatology, neonatology, dentistry, and medicine from INHS Sanjivani, the Naval hospital at Kochi. Surgeon Commodore Girish Gupta, Commanding Officer INHS Sanjivani while detailing the massive logistical evolution for the mission, said that the camp is a demonstration of the Navy’s commitment for Lakshadweep Islands. He also expressed satisfaction at the enthusiastic response from the people. Naval doctors detected high levels of anemia among the population. The medical team also carried out midwifery training for the islanders in view of the relatively modest delivery care there and distance from mainland. A specific case of molar pregnancy was also managed by Naval doctors. Lectures on parenting, counseling, and basic hygiene were provided in addition to basic life support training using dummies. The Lakshadweep administration provided excellent support for the Navy team from mainland.