Transparent Hands recently organized a free medical camp and preventive healthcare session in Dumba Goth, near Karachi Toll Plaza, Superhighway, Karachi on October 21, 2023. The main purpose of the camp is to provide quality medical care to impoverished patients, offering them a glimmer of hope and support in their time of need
Free Consultations, Medicines, and Diagnostic Tests
During the free medical camp in Dumba Goth, 483 deserving patients were able to receive free consultations with expert doctors. They were also provided with free medicines, diabetes tests, hepatitis B and C screenings, malaria and cholesterol check-ups, as well as blood pressure check-ups. Additionally, a total of 78 diagnostic tests were conducted and provided at no cost to the patients.
Diseases and Treatments
Most of the patients who sought consultation were suffering from fever, cough, sore throat, chest infection, earache, weak eyesight, toothache, migraine, kidney pain, diabetes, abdominal pain, diarrhea, piles, High BP, body weaknesses, tuberculosis, fungal infection, skin rashes, constipation, urine infection, eczema, and anemia.
The free medical camp held in Dumba Goth Karachi, had a profound impact on the lives of 483 deserving patients and their families. These individuals, who often faced financial constraints and limited access to healthcare, were able to receive essential medical services and consultations at no cost.
Beyond the immediate benefits, the camp showcased the power of collective compassion. Thousands of donors rallied behind Transparent Hands, recognizing the importance of their mission to extend quality healthcare to impoverished, remote, and rural areas across the country. Their generous support not only made the medical camp possible but also paved the way for future endeavors, bringing hope and healing to countless others in need.
Through this remarkable collaboration between donors, healthcare professionals, and Transparent Hands, the barriers that once stood between underserved communities and comprehensive healthcare were eliminated. By bridging the gap, this initiative not only provided medical assistance but also instilled a sense of empowerment and restored dignity to those who often felt forgotten or neglected.