Bring Quality Health Care to the Residents of Village Oorra, Sialkot
Transparent Hands will be setting up a free medical camp for the residents of Village Oorra, Sialkot. Our team of excellent doctors and medical practitioners will provide patients with the following facilities at this medical camp:
- Free Consultations
- Free Medicines
- Free Hepatitis B & C Screening
- Free diabetes and other diagnostic tests
- Registration for free surgical and medical treatments
Situated in northeast Punjab, Sialkot is the 13th most populous city in Pakistan. It is also one of the most industrialized cities in the country. The residents of Sialkot suffer from various health problems, especially the ones caused by contaminated water. Water-borne diseases such as typhoid, dysentery, and cholera are prevalent in this area. The residents of this area find it difficult to access basic health care due to multiple challenges, including the fact that the public health sector is often overburdened. We are determined to provide quality health care to these deserving patients, but we need your support to do so.
Transparent Hands aims to organize a free medical camp for the residents of Village Oorra Sialkot. In addition to providing free consultations, medicines, and diagnostic tests, Transparent Hands also registers cases of those that need to undergo surgeries and medical procedures.
Support this cause with your donations and make a lasting impact in this underprivileged community.
Transparent Hands, in collaboration with Essar Welfare Foundation & Blood Bank, held a free medical camp with the vision to provide quality health care to deserving patients. The medical camp was organized at Village Oorra, Sialkot on March 27, 2022.
Free consultations, medicines, and diagnostic tests
A total of 210 patients belonging to underprivileged communities received free consultations. In addition to free medicines, the patients were also provided with blood sugar tests, eye checkups, blood pressure tests, and hepatitis B and C screenings. Some of the patients donated blood for thalassemia patients.
Medical camp team
The medical camp team consisted of 17 members, including a supervisor, two doctors, a pharmacist, two photographers, four lab technicians, and seven crew workers.
Diseases and treatments
Most of the patients who sought consultation were suffering from fever, diabetes, pains, hypertension, gastric problems, and flu. Free medicines were given to a large number of deserving patients.
The Village Oorra free medical camp made a lasting difference in the lives of 210 patients and their families. This year, Transparent Hands aims to arrange 100 free medical camps across Pakistan. Thousands of donors are supporting Transparent Hands’ mission to provide quality medical care to even more underprivileged and remote areas of the country.