Transparent Hands, in partnership with Rafhan Maize Products, recently arranged a free medical camp, food distribution program, and preventive healthcare session for Multan’s deserving and needy people. The free medical camp in Jalalpur, Multan was held on September 9, 2022.
Free Consultations, Medicines, and Diagnostic Tests
Our medical team, which included doctors, nurses, and pharmacists provided a wide range of healthcare services to deserving patients. They received
- Free Consultations
- First Aid
- Hepatitis B & C Screenings
- Blood Sugar Test
- Blood Pressure Checkup
- Uric Acid Test
- Cholesterol Test
- Typhoid Test
600 Deserving People Benefited from our Food Distribution Program
Under our food distribution program, our team handed out food packages to needy people in Punjab. Each food pack contained all the essentials a family needs to survive. Around 600 people in Jalalpur, Multan, benefited from this program in September 2022.
Most Common Diseases
The patients were diagnosed with various health problems such as throat infection, seasonal allergies, coughing, asthma, ear pain, migraine, gastric diseases, constipation, cardiac diseases, liver issues, diabetes, blood pressure, kidney pain, respiratory diseases, gynecological problems, and body pain. Three surgical cases were also found during the free medical camp in Jalalpur, Multan.
Preventive Healthcare Session
A doctor held a preventive healthcare session for all attendees at the medical camp. The doctor briefed the attendees about Hepatitis B and C and discussed its symptoms, causes, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention. The attendees were told that they can avoid hepatitis by not sharing personal care items and using contaminated syringes.
This free medical camp and food distribution program made a difference in the lives of 1796 deserving persons and their families. Sponsors like Rafhan Maize Products and thousands of donors across the world are supporting Transparent Hands to provide free and quality healthcare facilities to underprivileged people living in impoverished and far-flung areas of Pakistan.
Our medical camp team consisted of a total of 18 members, including one supervisor, 3 doctors (2 males and 1 female), two pharmacists, two lab technicians, one female staff nurse, two patient registrars, one photographer, and six crew workers.