Transparent Hands, in sponsorship with Systems Limited, recently organized a free medical camp in Lyari and preventive healthcare session to provide quality healthcare services to patients belonging to underprivileged areas. The free medical camp was held at Shamsabad Shahpur Muslim Jamat Community Hall, Gulistan Colony Lyari, Karachi. Sindh, on November 14, 2022.
Free Consultations, Medicines, and Diagnostic Tests
A total of 545 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
Most of the patients who sought consultation were suffering from fever, cough, flu, chest infection, liver infection, scabies, skin rashes, seasonal allergies, high blood pressure, cholesterol, toothache, migraine, calcium deficiency, eye infection, diabetes, stomach aches, and diarrhea.
Preventive Healthcare Session
A doctor held a preventive healthcare session for all attendees at the flood relief camp. The session focused on various preventive measures that needed to be adopted. The doctor discussed the importance of using clean and safe water, practicing good personal hygiene, and the safe disposal of human waste. The attendees were also advised about using mosquito nets and repellents to prevent malaria and dengue.
The free medical camp in Lyari made a difference in the lives of 545 deserving patients and their families. Our camps provided needy people with the necessary diagnostic tests and medicines to cure their ailments. Thousands of donors across the globe are supporting Transparent Hands’ mission to provide quality healthcare facilities free of charge to underprivileged people in different remote areas of the country.
Medical Camp Team
The medical camp team consisted of 15 members, including two supervisors, four doctors (two females and two males), two nurses, one lab technician, two pharmacists, one photographer, and three patient registrars.