Transparent Hands and CRIMSON joined hands to hold a free medical camp at Govt. Primary School, Rangeelpur, Lahore, on February 20, 2022. It was organized with the vision to provide quality surgical and medical care to deserving patients.
Free consultations and diagnostic tests
A total of 270 patients belonging to underprivileged communities received free consultations. Medicines, ultrasound scans, hepatitis B & C tests, blood sugar tests, and blood pressure tests were also provided free of charge. Depending on their eligibility, some of these patients will be registered by Transparent Hands for further surgical or medical treatments.
Medical camp team
The medical camp Rangeelpur, Lahore team consisted of 19 members, including two supervisors, five doctors (two females and three males), a female nurse, two pharmacists, a photographer, and eight crew workers.
Diseases and treatments
Most of the patients who sought consultation were suffering from flu, cough, fever, diabetes, pains, hypertension, gastric problems, and allergies. Free medicines were given to a large number of deserving patients. The team diagnosed three patients with Hepatitis B and four patients that needed to undergo surgeries.
Support from other organizations
The free medical camp was organized and managed by Transparent Hands and sponsored by CRIMSON. In addition, Asani Trust provided various services and facilities, including some of the doctors, venue, and ultrasound scans, as part of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed with Transparent Hands.
All COVID SOPs such as wearing face masks, hand sanitization, and social distancing were followed at the medical camp. In addition, the patients received face masks and hand sanitizers free of charge.
The free medical camp made a difference in the lives of 270 patients and their families. In 2022, Transparent Hands aims to arrange 100 free medical camps across Pakistan. Sponsors like CRIMSON and thousands of donors are supporting Transparent Hands’ mission to bring quality health care to even more underprivileged and remote areas of the country.