Transparent Hands is holding a free medical camp in Gambat, Khairpur, Sindh. At this medical camp, hundreds of patients belonging to underprivileged communities will receive the following services from our team of excellent doctors and specialists:
- Free Consultations
- Free MedicinesGamFree Hepatitis B & C Screenings
- Free BSR & Blood Pressure Tests
- Free Medical & Surgical Treatments
Khairpur is a city and the capital of the Khairpur District, in Pakistan’s Sindh province. This city has a high under-five child mortality rate. Diseases such as tetanus, diarrhea, measles, delivery-related morbidities, and Acute Respiratory Infections are prevalent in the area. The people of the city do not have access to quality health care and often die due to treatable diseases.
Transparent Hands plans to organize a free medical camp for hundreds of underprivileged people in Khairpur. At this medical camp, poor patients will receive free consultations, diagnostic tests, and medicines. Those who need surgeries or medical procedures will be registered by Transparent Hands and treated at one of our panel hospitals. Donate now and help us deliver free medical care to the people of Khairpur.
Transparent Hands recently held a free medical camp and preventive healthcare session to make quality healthcare available to impoverished patients. The free medical camp was held at IRC Girls Elementary School, Moosani Village, Gambat, Sindh, on June 28, 2022.
Free Consultations, Medicines, and Diagnostic Tests
A total of 547 patients belonging to impoverished communities received free consultations by expert doctors. Medicines, diabetes tests, hepatitis B & C screenings, and blood pressure check-ups were also provided free of charge.
Preventive Healthcare Session on Hepatitis
Our expert doctors held a preventive healthcare session for the attendees at the free medical camp in Gambat. The session focused on the symptoms and causes of hepatitis. The doctors also discussed how we can prevent it from spreading.
Diseases and Treatments
Most of the patients who sought consultation were suffering from asthma, allergies, fever, diabetes, pains, hypertension, gastric problems, and weakness. Free medicines were given to a large number of deserving patients. Around 25% of the tested patients had Hepatitis C.
The free medical camp in Gambat, Nawabshah, Sindh, made a difference in the lives of 547 poor patients and their families. Thousands of donors are supporting Transparent Hands’ mission to bring free quality health care to even more impoverished, remote, and rural areas of the country.
Medical Camp Team
The medical camp team consisted of 24 members, including a supervisor, four doctors (two females and two males), two nurses, three pharmacists, four patient registrars, a photographer, and nine crew workers.