Transparent Hands is organizing a free Medical Camp in Ghoar Hithar Tehsil, Kasur. In this medical camp, our team of dedicated doctors and specialists will provide the following facilities to 450+ deserving patients:
- Free Consultation
- Free Medicines
- Free Hepatitis B & C Screening
- Free BSR & Blood Pressure Test
- Free Medical & Surgical Cases Treatment
In Kasur, most of the population is living in underdeveloped areas with no access to the basic necessities of life. These people are exposed to polluted air and contaminated water on a daily basis, and there is only a limited number of hospitals to treat them. Most people residing in the area are not aware of the prevalent health issues and their consequences. As a result, respiratory diseases, heart diseases, skin conditions, poor kidney conditions, flu, tuberculosis, and cholera are widespread there. The hospitals in Kasur are understaffed and overburdened with patients in need of medical care. Many people are even suffering from conditions that require surgical intervention, but they have nowhere to go.
Transparent Hands is striving to deliver quality healthcare services to Kasur by organizing another medical camp. This camp aims to provide screening facilities to the patients in Ghoar Hithar Tehsil and register cases that need further treatment. To ensure that the required healthcare is provided to the deserving patients, we need your support. Please donate to our medical camp to help out hundreds of underserved patients in Kasur.
How Transparent Hands conducts Medical Camp in Kasur?
Transparent Hands team organized a free medical camp on November 8, 2020, at Gohar Hathaar, Kasur for the underprivileged community residing in that area. A total of 482 patients were provided free medical consultation and medicines. The tests conducted in the camp included Hepatitis B & C, blood sugar, and blood pressure.
In this medical camp, eight patients were identified that needed follow up treatment. From these, six required surgical intervention whereas, two needed different medical procedures. Two patients also tested positive for Hepatitis. These cases were registered by our team so that they could be reviewed thoroughly at a later stage and the required treatment/surgeries could be arranged.
There were fifteen members in our organizing team. It consisted of one supervisor, three doctors (two male and one female), one pharmacist, one lab technologist, two patient registrars, one photographer, and six crew workers.
Conclusion - Medical Camp in Kasur
The camp was successful in providing quality healthcare services and free medication to the people of Kasur. We look forward to arranging many more such medical camps in the future.
Thank you for supporting us every step of the way.