Transparent Hands will be organizing a free medical camp and preventative healthcare session for poor and needy residents of Dadu. Our team of medical professionals, including doctors, nurses, and pharmacists, will be providing a wide array of free healthcare services to deserving patients, such as:
- Free Consultations
- First Aid
- Hepatitis B and C screenings
- Blood Sugar Test
- Blood Pressure Checkup
- Uric Acid and Cholesterol Tests
- Free Registration of Deserving Cases for Surgeries and Medical Procedures
The Dadu district faces a multitude of health challenges that significantly affect the well-being of its residents. These include a lack of basic healthcare facilities, limited access to clean drinking water, and poor sanitation, which contribute to the spread of waterborne diseases such as cholera and typhoid. Malnutrition and inadequate health education also contribute to the prevalence of preventable diseases such as tuberculosis, malaria, and hepatitis.
Additionally, the district’s remote and underdeveloped areas face additional health challenges, including a shortage of qualified healthcare professionals and medical supplies. These factors combine to create a complex set of health issues that require efforts to address and improve the overall health of the local population.
Transparent Hands is on a mission to provide free medical camp in Dadu, with the preventive care service to the underprivileged residents of Dadu. A team of compassionate and committed doctors will offer free medical consultations, necessary medicines, and diagnostic tests. Transparent Hands will register patients needing surgery or other medical treatment and refer them to one of our hospitals on the panel.
By joining us in this noble cause, you can make a meaningful impact and help save countless lives in this area. Our healthcare facilities are provided without cost to deserving patients, and we also promote healthy living practices to ensure they lead fulfilling lives.
Transparent Hands recently held a free medical camp in Dadu with a preventive healthcare session to make quality healthcare available to impoverished patients. The free medical camp was held at Village Khuhra, UC Litany, Tehsil Mehar, Dadu, Sindh, on June 2, 2023.
Free Consultations, Medicines, and Diagnostic Tests
During the free medical camp, a total of 593 deserving patients received free consultations from expert doctors. Along with the consultations, the patients were given medicines and underwent important screenings and check-ups for diseases such as diabetes, hepatitis B and C, typhoid, and malaria, as well as examinations for cholesterol and blood pressure. All these services were provided to the patients without any charges, ensuring their access to necessary healthcare services.
Diseases and Treatments
Most of the patients who sought consultation were suffering from fever, flu, cough, skin infections, asthma, diabetes, hypertension, gastric problems, diarrhea, body pain, and malnutrition. A total of 40 lab tests were also conducted during the medical camp.
Preventive Healthcare Session
During the session on cleanliness and personal hygiene, attendees received valuable tips for a healthy lifestyle from one of our expert doctors. They learned about the importance of regular handwashing, proper dental care, and cleaning their houses. They were also reminded to cover their mouths when coughing or sneezing, use clean utensils for food preparation, and dispose of waste properly.
The free medical camp organized by Transparent Hands had a profound impact on the lives of 593 deserving patients and their families. These patients, who lacked access to proper medical care, received critical health services and support during the camp. The dedicated medical team worked hard to provide tailored diagnoses, treatments, and screenings for potential health risks. The camp also focused on preventive healthcare, empowering patients with information to maintain good health and prevent diseases. This initiative by Transparent Hands has greatly improved healthcare accessibility and continues to positively impact underserved communities in Pakistan.
Medical Camp Team
The medical camp team consisted of 16 members, including two supervisors, four doctors (two females and two males), two nurses, one lab technician, two pharmacists, four patient registrars, and one photographer.