Pakistan’s first modern hospital specializing in children’s healthcare
With its construction being completed in 1985 by the japanese goverment’s Grant Aid, this facility is Pakistan’s first modern hospital specializing in pediatrics, and also functions as a tertiary care hospital and a teaching hospital on the premises of the Pakistan Institute of Medical Services—a comprehensive medical center established after a transfer of the country’s capital in 1964 for the purpose of upgrading the level of national health. In addition to a general outpatient department, the hospital’s central care division consists of a specialty outpatient department that covers internal medicine, surgery, plastic surgery, and otorhinolaryngology, and an emergency call service department, and also includes an isolation ward with 20 sickbeds in addition to a general ward with 160 sickbeds.
|Number of beds||200|
|Total floor area||13,920m²|