Transparent Hands recently hosted a free medical camp and preventive healthcare session at Haq Trust Medical Center, Gujar Khan, on June 17, 2023. The medical camp aimed to bring quality healthcare to impoverished patients.
Free Consultations, Medicines, and Diagnostic Tests
During the camp, a total of 176 deserving patients were provided with free consultations by expert doctors. In addition to the consultations, various essential medical services were also offered at no cost, including medicines, diabetes tests, uric acid tests, hepatitis B and C screenings, LFTs (Liver Function Tests), RFTs (Renal Function Tests), Ultrasound/cholesterol tests, and blood pressure check-ups.
Diseases and Treatments
Most of the patients who sought consultation were suffering from fever, flu, cough, migraine, vomiting, seasonal allergies, eye infection, chest infection, diarrhea, abdominal pain, cholesterol, uric acid, urine infection, kidney pain, anemia, and skin fungus. Free medicines were given to a large number of deserving patients. Two surgical cases were registered. A total of 152 screening tests were also conducted.
Preventive Healthcare Session on Hypertension
During the free medical camp, an expert doctor conducted a preventive healthcare session for the attendees. The focus of the session was on diabetes prevention and management. The doctor discussed the importance of a healthy lifestyle, including exercise, a balanced diet, and maintaining weight.
The impact of the free medical camp in Gujar Khan was truly transformative for 176 deserving patients and their families. It not only provided crucial healthcare services but also brought hope and relief to those in need. It provided impoverished patients with access to quality healthcare, including free consultations and essential medical services. The preventive healthcare session at the camp provided attendees with information on managing hypertension and promoting a healthy lifestyle. The camp positively influenced the community’s healthcare outcomes and provided individuals with the tools to take control of their health by raising awareness and providing education.
The success of the camp was made possible by the unwavering support of thousands of donors who share Transparent Hands’ mission to extend quality healthcare to impoverished, remote, and rural areas across the country
Medical Camp Team
The medical camp team comprised 17 members, including one supervisor, three doctors (two males and one female), five lab technicians, two pharmacists, three patient registrars/crew members, two staff nurses, and one photographer. Some volunteers from Superior University also participated in the camp.