Transparent Hands organized a free Medical and Surgical camp on August 13, 2021, for the underprivileged community of the Village Wahula, Choa Saddan Shah, Chakwal. The camp team consisted of thirteen members including one supervisor, four doctors (three male and one female), two pharmacists, two lab technologists, one female nurse, one photographer, and two crew workers. A total of 484 patients were checked free of cost. Testing facilities for Hepatitis B and C, blood sugar level, and blood pressure were also provided to the patients. All COVID SOPs were followed by the camp team. The patients and all other attendees were encouraged to wear face masks and use hand sanitizers.
The majority of the cases examined by the doctors consisted of patients suffering from stomach issues, joints and muscular pains, various types of allergies, diabetes, and fever. Free medication has been provided to such patients. In total, six medical and surgical cases, and thirteen Hepatitis cases have been registered with us for treatment.
The medical and surgical camp Village Wahula organized by Transparent Hands has played an instrumental role in assisting 484 patients who turned up at the camp. Team Transparent Hands thanks all the donors as their assistance made this medical and surgical camp possible. In the future, we look forward to organizing more camps in order to be of service to the underprivileged patients in Pakistan and to facilitate them with basic health care that is their primary right.