Medical camps are conducted by health professionals to carry out a limited health intervention amongst the public. The people attend these health camps in India to get free check-up and treatment.
Getting the appropriate kind of health check-up is vital for every human being and while considering it, some important factors like age, lifestyle, family background, and risks are considered. The aim of the medical camps is not just to provide health services but to create an environment where the whole community gets sensitized about health issues.
The health camps in India typically include interesting fun activities for the youth and children on health issues, counseling for adolescents, screening facilities and entertainment programme with health messages.
We work to overcome the economic barrier that denies the underprivileged man, woman and child the access to medicines, vaccines and other medicinal facilities.
Our NGO working for Health Camps
The well-attended health camps in India organized by NGOs in collaboration with the health institutions demonstrate to the service providers how health issues can be communicated to the community in an interesting and interactive fashion. The main objective of a medical camp is to provide initial care to people in life-threatening conditions which reflect the unique strengths and goals of medical ethics.
Other objectives of Health camps in India-
- Provide high-quality medical services for the poor population.
- Working as an emergency team in disasters.
- Raise health awareness among the community and teach them to deal with communicable and noncommunicable diseases.
- Register rare and severe cases and refer them to specialized centers.
- Provide rudimentary check-ups for people of all age groups.
- Refer medical cases towards surgeries if required.
A Free medical Camp can be considered as a life-saving program which aims to provide free medical and surgical services to poor communities living in rural or urban areas by a mobile team with varieties of medical specialized services. Some NGOs, Charitable Medical Trusts, and medical professionals are driven by strong ethics of medicine who believe that it is the moral responsibility and obligation to treat each patient regardless of their incomes, race or social status.