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The Agha Khan University Hospital

The Aga Khan University Hospital is a not-for-profit healthcare institute that offers all medical services to their patients under one roof. In addition to the quaternary care hospital in Karachi, AKUH has a network of 4 secondary care hospitals, over 30+ Medical Centres, and over 290+ Clinical Laboratories, 20+ Pharmacies in over 120+ cities across Pakistan. It also offers Home Healthcare Services and home deliveries of medicines.


Dr. Ziauddin Hospital

Dr. Ziauddin Hospital is operating under Ziauddin Trust, Dr. Ziauddin Group of Hospitals and is one of the largest private groups in the country. Its mission has been to reach out to the masses and cater to their needs of quality health care facilities at affordable rates in the country. The hospital is known for its quality of treatment, expertise of doctors and technologically advanced services in health care.


Liaquat National Hospital

Every day thousands of people enter the gates of Liaquat National Hospital (LNH) seeking medical attention for themselves or their loved ones. With an undying commitment to excellence that meets international standards, regulations and quality systems, we make sure that the patient’s needs are met satisfactorily under a single roof. Liaquat National Hospital is located in the center of the bustling city of Karachi near the National Cricket Stadium. Owing to this unique location LNH has easy access from all quadrants of the city.


National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases

NICVD is the first tertiary cardiac care institute in South Asia as well as the flagship facility for cardiology in Pakistan with a focus on superior care for patients, education and training for medical professionals, and research and development in cardiology. NICVD caters to the cardiovascular needs of a vast majority of patients from all provinces of Pakistan as well as Afghan refugees and patients from other neighboring countries. It is responsible for training the bulk of local cardiac physicians, nurses and paramedics throughout the country.


Indus Hospital

Indus Hospital & Health Network has the privilege to be Pakistan’s first paperless hospital and has now become a symbol of hope for the most vulnerable members of society. Over the last 13 years, Indus Hospital and Health Network has evolved into Indus Hospital and Health Network (IHHN) with its network of 13 hospitals — five owned and managed by IHHN and eight managed by the Network — under the umbrella of Public-Private Partnership.


Dr. Ruth K.M. Pfau, Civil Hospital Karachi

Initially established in 1898 with 250 beds to provide basic health facilities, the hospital has expanded considerably and has been totally transformed over the years. Its 1900 beds are located in 34 departments, with over a dozen major operation theaters and a huge out patient’s attendance. Greater stress is being laid on public-private partnerships and preventive work notably in the Paediatrics department to avert unnecessary infant and child deaths due to pneumonia, malnutrition, diarrhea or vaccine-preventable illnesses.