Our Story

Indus Hospital & Health Network (IHHN) – previously known as Indus Health Network –  is a countrywide network of hospitals in Pakistan that seeks to provide quality healthcare absolutely free-of-cost to millions of deserving patients across the nation.

Indus Hospital & Health Network was founded by Dr. Abdul Bari Khan along with  a group of professionals, who sought to change the dismal condition of the government-run hospitals. While working in the public sector for many years, they witnessed the plight of the poverty-stricken patients struggling to get access to basic healthcare facilities.

It was at this time they envisioned the creation of a multi-disciplinary tertiary care hospital that would serve the under-privileged population of Pakistan with free and quality care.

After a few years, in 2005, the Islamic Mission Trust donated a non-functioning hospital building in Korangi, one of the most densely populated areas of Karachi which was renovated and made operational in 2007.

Starting with only one hospital in Karachi in 2007, IHHN is now managing multiple tertiary and secondary care Hospitals, Physical Rehabilitation Centers, Regional Blood Centers, Community Health Centers, primary care centers and various Public Health Programs spread across Pakistan.

Our Mission

IHHN’s vision is to create an excellence-driven, comprehensive, compassionate, free of charge, replicable healthcare system accessible to all.

Pakistan, like most developing countries, suffers from the lack of adequate healthcare. Around 50% of individuals in Pakistan do not have access to basic primary care services. And 42% fail to receive coverage. IHHN aims to bridge the gap between quality care and those unable to afford or access healthcare. 

At IHHN, it is our responsibility to provide healthcare as a basic human right. We aim for excellence in quality of service, indiscrimination in health delivery methods, and we honor the dignity of our patients and employees. Through teamwork, integrity, loyalty and commitment to our cause, we believe we can change Pakistan’s healthcare system, and in turn people’s lives, for the better.

Our Reach

IHHN has public health programs across various  districts of Pakistan with:

12 hospitals
25 primary care sites
4 regional blood centers 
4 physical rehabilitation centers

Our Programs Include

Maternal and child health 
(Nutrition, family planning, immunizations, midwifery)

Non-communicable diseases 
(Eye-care, mental health, COPD, heart disease, diabetes care)

Infectious diseases 
(Malaria, HCV, HIV)

Neglected tropical diseases 
(Deworming, rabies, snake bites)

Global surgery 
(Safe surgery, clubfoot, circumcision)

(Water, sanitation, hygiene)

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Our Impact

Our success is measured by our patients’ satisfaction with our services and the care they receive when visiting our hospitals. Over 400,000  patients benefit per month from the Indus Hospital services, with thousands more benefitting from our different programs.

How You Can Help

Here at IHHN, we provide quality care, absolutely free-of-cost. IHHN’s vision is to create an excellence-driven, comprehensive, compassionate, free of charge, and replicable healthcare system accessible to all. We do not stand for discrimination. We believe every life should be treated equally, with equal opportunities and treatment. 

Since we are a free healthcare system, we rely on your donations to help us achieve this vision

Visit our website to learn more about how you can donate: https://foihus.org/donation/