Transparent Hands aims to hold a free medical camp in Sargodha, Punjab. At this medical camp, hundreds of deserving and vulnerable patients will receive the following services from our team of dedicated doctors and specialists:
- Free Consultations
- Free Blood Pressure Tests
- Free Diabetes Tests
- Free Hepatitis B & C Screening Tests
- Free Medicines
- Free Registration of Deserving Patients who need Surgeries and Medical Procedures
Sargodha is Pakistan’s 12th most populous city and among the country’s fastest-growing cities. Sargodha has experienced a prevalence of Latent Tuberculosis in recent years. Hypertension, diabetes, hepatitis, and gastrointestinal problems are also common in the area. The residents of the city lack access to quality health care and many hospitals in the area are overburdened.
Transparent Hands will be setting up a free medical camp in Sargodha to provide quality medical care to those who cannot afford to pay for their treatments. Free consultations, medicines, and diagnostic tests will be provided to the underprivileged. Transparent Hands will also register deserving patients for free surgeries and medical procedures. They will be treated at one of our panel hospitals. However, we need your support to do all this. Joined hands with us and donate to help deserving patients in Sargodha.
Transparent Hands held another free medical camp with the vision to provide quality health care to deserving patients. The medical camp was organized in Moazzamabad, Sargodha, on May 10, 2022. The venue and meals were provided by Khanka Moazzamabad Sharif Sargodha.
Free consultations, medicines, and diagnostic tests
A total of 239 patients belonging to underprivileged communities received free consultations. In addition to free medicines, the patients were also provided with blood sugar tests, blood pressure tests, and hepatitis B and C screenings free of charge.
Medical camp team
The medical camp team consisted of 17 members, including a supervisor, four doctors, two pharmacists, one photographer, two lab technicians, two female staff nurses, two patient registrars (one male and one female), and three crew workers.
Diseases and treatments
Most of the patients who sought consultation were suffering from fever, diabetes, pains, hypertension, gastric problems, and allergies. Free medicines were given to a large number of deserving patients. A total of 12 patients needed to undergo surgeries.
A female doctor held an awareness session on personal hygiene and family care for mothers and children. All COVID SOPs such as wearing face masks, hand sanitization, and social distancing were followed at the medical camp. In addition, the patients received face masks and hand sanitizers free of charge.
This free medical camp made a lasting difference in the lives of more than 230 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.