Transparent Hands recently held a free medical camp and preventive healthcare session in collaboration with Inspire Pakistan and the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees to make quality healthcare available to impoverished patients. The free medical camp was held at the Government Comprehensive School in Sadiqabad, Rawalpindi.
Free Consultations, Medicines, and Diagnostic Tests
Our medical team of doctors, nurses, and pharmacists provided comprehensive medical care to 242 deserving patients. Services offered at the camp were:
- Free Consultations
- First Aid
- Hepatitis B & C Screenings
- Blood Sugar Test
- Blood Pressure Checkup
- Uric Acid Test
- Cholesterol Test
- Typhoid Test
Diseases and Treatments
The patients had a variety of health issues, including the flu, cough, fever, seasonal allergies, diarrhea, diabetes, abdominal pain, skin infections, Hepatitis C, migraines, and body pain. A total of 237 screening tests were also performed. One surgical case was also registered.
This free medical camp impacted and helped 242 patients and their families by addressing their medical needs in various ways. Patients received free health consultations, disease detection and diagnosis, medicines, and patient referrals to our panel hospitals for further treatment.
Thousands of donors from all over the world are supporting Transparent Hands’ efforts to improve healthcare access to the country’s most disadvantaged communities.
Medical Camp Team
The Sadiqabad medical camp team consisted of 14 members, including two supervisors, four doctors (two males and two females ), one lab technician, one pharmacist, one patient registrar, one staff nurse, one psychologist, two crew members, and one photographer.