How Medical Camp in Sargodha by Transparent Hands was conducted?
Transparent Hands team organized a free medical camp on November 21, 2020, at Chak 58/NB, Sargodha to facilitate the underprivileged population residing in that area that cannot afford basic healthcare facilities. Our medical team consisted of fourteen experts including one supervisor, three doctors (two male and one female), two pharmacists, one staff nurse, one lab technologist, two patient registrars, one photographer, and three crew workers.
The medical team was successful in the provision of expert medical consultation and medication, free of cost, to 344 patients. The tests that were conducted in the camp included Hepatitis B and C screening tests, blood sugar, and blood pressure. The majority of the cases constituted patients who were suffering from allergies. They were prescribed appropriate medicines by the doctors. In this medical camp, twelve patients were identified who needed surgical intervention and four patients needed various medical procedures for their respective conditions. Four patients also tested positive for Hepatitis. These cases were registered by our team, so that they could be contacted at a later stage for further follow-up consultation by the experts and required treatment procedures.
Conclusion – Medical Camp in Sargodha by Transparent Hands
The team achieved our organization’s chief objective of providing healthcare facilities to the people who cannot afford the medical treatment, but need it most. Our work is not possible without your support. Your donations enable us to aim higher and reach the most deserving people in farthest located, least catered, areas of the country.