Transparent Hands successfully organized a free medical camp ensuring the provision of high-quality healthcare to impoverished patients. It took place at Rest House Jam Nawaz Ali, Taluka Jam Nawaz Ali, District Sanghar, Sindh on November 8, 2023.
Free Consultations, Medicines, and Diagnostic Tests
During the Sanghar medical camp, 529 deserving patients received free consultations from expert doctors. They were also provided with free medicines, diabetes tests, screenings for hepatitis B & C, Malaria, cholesterol checks, and blood pressure monitoring.
Diseases and Treatments
Most of the patients who sought consultation were suffering from fever, cough, flu, earache, toothache, seasonal allergies, scabies, skin rashes, diabetes, high blood pressure, diarrhea, gastric problems, body weakness, body pain, and hepatitis B and C.
The free medical camp held in Sanghar, Sindh had a profound impact on the lives of 529 deserving patients and their families. It provided them with access to much-needed healthcare services that they may not have been able to afford otherwise. The camp addressed various health concerns by offering free consultations with expert doctors, providing essential medicines, conducting diabetes tests, screenings for hepatitis B & C and malaria, cholesterol checks, and blood pressure monitoring.
This initiative not only improved the immediate health outcomes of the patients but also brought hope and relief to their families. By delivering quality healthcare services directly to their doorstep, the medical camp alleviated the burden of healthcare expenses and ensured that these marginalized individuals received the attention and care they deserved.
The success of this free medical camp highlights the dedication and support of thousands of donors who are actively contributing to our mission. Their generosity enables us to extend our reach to impoverished, remote, and rural areas across the country, ensuring that more underserved communities receive access to quality healthcare services.
Medical Camp Team
The Sanghar medical camp team consisted of thirteen members, including one supervisor, three doctors (2 females and 1 male), one staff nurse, one lab technician, two pharmacists, four patient registrars, and one photographer.