Transparent Hands plans to organize a free medical camp in Swabi, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. In this one-day medical camp Swabi, our team of expert physicians will provide the following health facilities to deserving patients:
- Free consultation and provision of medicines
- Free treatment of medical and surgical cases
- Free Hepatitis B and C screening
- Free BSR and Blood Pressure tests
The infamous decade-long war on terrorism has deeply impacted Khyber Pakhtunkhwa. Presently, various economic zones planned under China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), are hoped to change the destiny of the province in near future. The Government of Pakistan is working tirelessly to redeem the province out of its current status of impoverishment. Presently, though the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Government has distributed Health cards to its citizens, COVID-19 has added another dimension to the pre-existing challenges. The public health sector remains burdened to its maximum capacity, making access to basic health care a great difficulty. Due to the saturation of patients at public hospitals, and the provision of limited health care facilities, most diseases go unnoticed and therefore remain untreated. It is common knowledge that poor living standards result in adverse effects on the general health and wellbeing of the residents, causing short-term illnesses such as eye, nose, and throat infections, Hepatitis, Diabetes, and Hypertension. Over time, the mentioned illnesses have the potential of becoming acute.
Transparent Hands intends to gauge the possibility of providing basic health care that is the foremost right of every individual. We look forward to organizing a one-day medical camp in Swabi, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, to provide free consultation and medicines to deserving patients. Our health practitioners will also educate the residents about hygiene and the importance of adopting a healthy lifestyle. The camp will further educate the residents about the necessary steps required in acquiring preventive measures against certain diseases. Critical cases including patients who require undergoing surgeries will be registered with Transparent Hands for free treatment. Team Transparent Hands is determined in bringing quality healthcare facilities to the residents of Swabi. We are also looking forward to your earnest help.
Donate for our upcoming medical camp at Swabi, Khyber Pakhtunkhwa, and help hundreds of individuals in acquiring a healthier life.
Transparent Hands organized a free Medical and Surgical camp on August 27, 2021, at Hujra Rajid Ahmad Bara Khankhel Thand Koi, Swabi, for the underprivileged community of the said locality. The camp team consisted of seventeen members including two supervisors, six doctors (three male and three female), two pharmacists, two lab technologists, one female nurse, one photographer, and three crew workers. Total 307 patients were checked free of cost. Testing facilities for Hepatitis B and C, blood sugar level, and blood pressure were also provided to these patients. All COVID SOPs were followed by the camp team. The patients and all other attendees were encouraged to wear face masks and use hand sanitizers.
The majority of the cases examined by the doctors consisted of patients suffering from stomach issues, joints and muscular pains, various types of allergies, diabetes, and fever. Free medication has been provided to such patients. In the medical camp total, six surgical cases and two medical cases were found that needed urgent attention. The said cases have been registered with us for treatment.
The medical and surgical camp Bara Khankhel Thand Koi Swabi organized by Transparent Hands has played an instrumental role in assisting more than 300 underprivileged men, women, and children who turned up at the camp. Team Transparent Hands thanks all the donors for their assistance. It is the generous donations of our esteemed donors that made this medical and surgical camp possible. In the future, we look forward to organizing more camps in order to be of service to underprivileged patients in Pakistan. Our goal is to facilitate the neglected community of our country with basic healthcare that is their primary right.