Fulfilling the Growing Demand

Since IHHN’s inception in 2007, the demand for free of cost quality healthcare services in Pakistan has consistently outstripped the available supply. Economic challenges, limited affordable healthcare options, and the escalating burden of diseases underscore the critical need for expansion. Facing a 40% annual increase in patient volumes, IHHN is meeting this challenge by constructing the New Hospital Building at its Korangi Campus, Karachi. This capital project will be Pakistan’s largest private-sector free-of-cost hospital, spanning 20 acres and boasting a covered area of approximately 2.83 million square feet.

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Beds in Karachi Expansion

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The Vision for a Larger Impact

The New Hospital Building at Korangi Campus is a testament to IHHN's commitment to serving the growing healthcare needs. This state-of-the-art facility, with an additional PKR 8.2 billion allocated for medical equipment, will introduce new specialized services such as Adult Oncology, Neurology, Psychiatry, Cardiothoracic, Dental Services, Neurosurgery, Transplant Services, and Vascular Services. Once completed, the hospital will drastically increase the campus’ service capacity, reducing waiting times and extending support to an even larger number of individuals in need.

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1,350

Beds

100%

Paperless Facility

1,200,000

Outpatients

100,000

Inpatients

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Friend of Indus Hospital is dedicated to addressing a variety of pressing needs within vulnerable communities in Pakistan. In addition to our ongoing efforts to provide critical healthcare services, we also have several other appeals aimed at addressing specific challenges and supporting various aspects of community well-being.

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