Free Medical Camp Held at Village 32-JB, Faisalabad, on November 13, 2022
Transparent Hands recently organized a free medical camp to provide quality healthcare services to patients belonging to underprivileged areas. The free medical camp Village 32 JB, Faisalabad, was held on November 13, 2022.
The LUMS Community Service Society Team and Chughtai Lab also participated in the medical camp.
Free Consultations, Medicines, and Diagnostic Tests
A total of 616 deserving patients received free consultations from our expert doctors. The patients were also provided free medicines and a wide range of diagnostic tests, including Hepatitis B & C screenings, Malaria, Blood Sugar, Blood Pressure, Uric Acid, Typhoid, and Cholesterol tests.
Most Common Diseases
The most common diseases found among the patients were high blood pressure, diabetes, seasonal allergies, abnormal uric acid levels, gastrointestinal problems, bacterial infections, tuberculosis, muscular pains, weak eyesight, ENT problems, orthopedic issues, kidney stones, and Hepatitis A, B, and C. Free medicines were also given to many deserving patients. Eight surgical cases were also found during the free medical camp.
Preventive Healthcare Session
A doctor held a preventive healthcare session for all people at the medical camp. The doctor emphasized the importance of diabetes prevention and management. The doctor explained that along with diet and medicine, physical activity also plays an essential role in diabetes management. The doctor briefed the attendees about Hepatitis B and C and discussed its symptoms, causes, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention.
The free medical camp made a difference in the lives of 616 deserving patients and their families in district Faisalabad. Thousands of donors across the globe are supporting Transparent Hands’ mission to provide quality healthcare facilities free of charge to underprivileged people in different parts of the country.
Medical Camp Team
The team for this free medical camp village 32 JB consisted of 27 members, including one supervisor, three doctors (two males and one female), two pharmacists, a lab assistant, three female nurses, four patient registrars ( two males and two females), one photographer, and twelve crew workers.