Dr. Ngawang Khentse, CMO Chauntra Branch clinic visited North East part of India from May 1 - 30 June, 2011 to provide health consultation and awareness talk on various disorders according to traditional Tibetan medicine.     

In Itanagar he saw a total of 147 patients in three days (3-5 May).  He also went to the the homes of bedridden patients who could not come to the clinic for consultation.  On the way back to Tenzin Gang he saw 10 patients in Shikar.  From 12-14 he was in Tenzin Gang and provided health service to 71 patients.   On 15 May, he was in Dhirang and consulted to 19 patients there. 

From 17-21 May, he was in Tawang and gave health consultation to 268 patients.  The common problems faced by the people here were digestive disorder, hypertension, rheumatoid arthritis and nervous disorder.  In Bomdila he saw 91 patients in two days from 24-25 May, 2011.  He was in Tezu from 28-29 May and gave health diagnosis to 70 patients and 245 patients in Miao settlement from May 31-2 June, 2011.  In Shillong he saw 97 patients and then from there he toured to Gangtok.

He was in Gangtok and surrounding areas from 12-20 June, 2011.  There he visited Ravangla, Nathang, Lachen, Lachung, Tselthang and Tsunthang.   In all these areas, he saw a total of 323 patients providing treatment and health talk to the public. 

He was in Darjeeling on 21 June and gave consultation to 60 patients there.  Then he visited Kalimpong from 25-26 June and saw a total of 109 patiens.  He also visited Old Age Home sponsored by Jamyang Kongtrue Rinpoche and treated to 23 patients there. In total Dr. Ngawang Khentse saw a total of 1523 patients during his tour to North East India.