Transparent Hands is organizing a free medical camp and preventive healthcare session in Karachi. The initiative aims to provide vital medical assistance to underprivileged patients in the area. Skilled doctors and dedicated medical camp members will offer a range of healthcare services to those in need.
- Free Consultations
- First Aid
- Free Medicines
- Hepatitis B and C Screenings
- Blood Sugar
- Test Blood Pressure Checkup
- Free Registration of Deserving Cases for Surgeries and Medical Procedures Challenges
Karachi has big health problems because there aren’t enough good hospitals, and the ones we have are too crowded. Many people can’t get good healthcare. There are a lot of sicknesses caused by bad sanitation and water, like typhoid and cholera. Also, diseases that can spread from one person to another, like tuberculosis and hepatitis, are putting many people at risk. And now, more and more people are getting sick with diseases like diabetes, heart problems, and trouble breathing.
Transparent Hands is working hard to help poor people in Karachi get the healthcare they need. We’re putting together a free medical camp where good doctors will give free checkups, medicines, and important tests. We’re also helping people who need surgeries by signing them up and sending them to hospitals for more care. Your help is super important because it lets us make a big difference by giving important healthcare to those who can’t pay for it. With your donation, you’re helping to make the community healthier and giving hope to people who really need it.
Transparent Hands recently hosted a free medical camp and preventive healthcare session to extend quality healthcare to impoverished individuals. On January 29, 2024, it occurred at Fine Daily Plot No 160, Measuring 4, Korangi Creek Road, Ibrahim Hyderi, Korangi, Karachi. The main purpose was to ensure that those in need had access to top-notch medical services and to educate participants on preventive healthcare measures.
Free Consultations, Medicines, and Diagnostic Tests
A total of 126 deserving patients received free consultations with expert doctors at the medical camp. They were also provided with free medicines, diabetes tests, hepatitis B and C screenings, Malaria checks, cholesterol tests, and blood pressure check-ups. In addition, the camp conducted 40 diagnostic tests free of charge.
Diseases and Treatments
Most of the patients who sought consultation were suffering from fever, flu, cough, chest congestion, throat infection, earache, toothache, migraine, acidity, gastric trouble, diarrhea, abdominal pain, acne, skin infection, scabies, skin rashes, knee pain, foot pain, fungal infection, high cholesterol, high BP, and diabetes.
Preventive Healthcare Session
At the free medical camp, one of our proficient doctors conducted a preventive healthcare session, specifically addressing skin infections and imparting knowledge on effective prevention strategies.
The free medical camp held at Fine Daily, Korangi had a significant impact on the lives of the 126 patients who received treatment. By providing much-needed medical consultations, diagnostic tests, and preventive healthcare services, the camp addressed their healthcare needs and relieved the financial burden on their families. This enabled them to access vital medical services that would have otherwise been inaccessible.
Furthermore, the camp's emphasis on preventive healthcare, particularly through the session on cleanliness, equipped attendees with the knowledge to prevent the onset of various health issues. This proactive approach to healthcare will have a lasting impact on the overall well-being of the patients and their communities.
The success of the camp and the support of donors demonstrate a collective commitment to improving healthcare accessibility for vulnerable populations. By extending their reach to remote and rural areas, Transparent Hands ensures that quality healthcare is not limited to urban centers but is made available to all, regardless of their geographical location or financial circumstances.
Medical Camp Team
The medical camp team consisted of 13 members, including 1 supervisor, 2 male doctors, 1 staff nurse, 2 lab technicians, 2 pharmacists, 4 patient registrars, and 1 photographer.