It was back in 1986 when Karachi was hit by a bomb blast that the city faced the first emergency of its kind, causing the civil hospitals to be inundated with the injured in critical condition and on the brink of death. The hospital was unable to cope with the victims bought in, causing many doctors and hospital staff much distress. This event pushed health Industry professionals to band together and establish the PWA, a first in philanthropy in the health sector. The success of their first project encouraged these same individuals to come together again in 2005 and found a complete general Hospital.
|For Donation::||Tel: +92 (21) 3511 2220|
|Name:||The Indus Hospital|
|In Urdu:||سندھ ہسپتال|
|Address:||The Indus Hospital Plot C-76, Sector 31/5, Opposite Darussalam Society, Korangi Crossing, Karachi -75190, Pakistan.|
|For Zakat :||Tel: +92 (21) 111 111 880|
|Location:||Korangi Crossing, Karachi, Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan|
|Mini Info:||The Indus Hospital is a tertiary care multidisciplinary hospital that was constructed starting from 2004 and opened its door for the patients in July 2007|
|Hours:||Monday Open 24 hours Tuesday Open 24 hours Wednesday Open 24 hours Thursday Open 24 hours Friday Open 24 hours Saturday Open 24 hours Sunday Open 24 hours|
|Funding:||Philanthropic foundation funding and public donations|
|Tel: :||+92 (21) 35112709-17|
|Fax: :||+92 (21) 35112718|
|Funding By:||philanthropic foundation|
The Indus Hospital
The Indus Hospital’s founding was inspired by the teachings of Islam. To give and to help others, to do all we can, and Allah would be our helper and protector; guiding us, aiding us and giving us triumph. The healthcare sector in Pakistan was always asking for such an endeavor, an institution that could commit to the task of improving the nation’s wellbeing and do so unobstructed. In doing so we have done our part and helped our fellow man to live a better life. This gives us back in turn, the prayers, the well wishes and the hopes of the destitute fulfilled; a reward in itself promising even more in turn from our Cherisher and Creator.
The Hospital is now a banner to rally around for all the people of the nation and the world at large, an effort that enjoins good. We promise to remain steadfast to our call, to provide quality care free of cost to all those in need. We intend to make and keep premium health care a basic human right and not a privilege. The Indus Hospital’s success thus far has been through a passionate team of individuals within and out of the institution giving their all. We have a means, through this hospital, before us to give the best to everyone; together we hope to reach that end of seeing everyone enjoy the gift of a healthy life. We invite all of you to join us in reaching across Pakistan, raising the standards of living through-out the country.
INNOVATION AND TECHNOLOGY
- The Indus Hospital has the distinction of being Pakistan’s first paperless hospital.
- From patient registration and appointments to complete medical records, all information is entered directly into a highly advanced Hospital Management Information System (HMIS) that was developed by our core team of Health Informatics professionals, doctors and surgeons.
- Apart from patient information, administrative processes are also recorded electronically on The Indus Hospital HMIS to ensure that the hospital runs on a completely paper free environment. New employees who join our team are given a thorough training on effective utilization of the system in their core areas of work so that the hospital continues to derive maximum leverage from technology.
- The software which has also been deployed by The Indus Hospital in NICVD hospitals on the government’s request, is critical for our success as it ensures preservation of important data and enables us to manage systems and processes within the hospital efficiently and accurately.
TIH SERVICES ON BOARD
Managed by a passionate team of local and expatriate health professionals who are all top notch in their respective fields, our facilities at The Indus Hospital include clinical services in the following areas:
- Community Health Center
- Consulting Clinics
- In-patient Services
- Day Care Services
- Emergency Services
- Critical Care
- Invasive Cardiology
- Physiotherapy Services
- DOTS and DOTS Plus Programs (Directly Observed Therapy) for TB and DR TB
- Clinical Laboratories
- Pharmacy Services
- Nutrition and Food Services
- Continuing Medical Education (CME)
General filter clinics are conducted daily at The Indus Hospital Out-patient Filter Clinic, where walk-in patients are assessed free of charge. The patient is then referred according to his/her need to the concerned specialist clinic. Patients requiring urgent medical treatment are directly transferred to the Emergency Unit, where investigations and management are initiated immediately.
TIH PGME PROGRAMS
The Indus Hospital offers a structured training program for post-graduate medical education that is recognized by the College of Physicians & Surgeons, Pakistan (CPSP).
Ten training programs in eight specialties are currently in place at The Indus hospital for post graduate medical education.
- 01A Anesthesiology (Four Years Residency Program For FCPS)
- 01E Anesthesiology (Two and a Half Years Residency Program For MCPS)
- 02B General Surgery (Two Years Residency Program For IM)
- 02C General Surgery (Three Years Residency Program For FCPS)
- 03C Orthopedics (Four Years Residency Program For FCPS)
- 04C Urology (Four Years Residency Program For FCPS)
- 05C Nephrology (Four Years Residency Program For FCPS)
- 06D Infectious Diseases (Two Years Fellowship Program For FCPS)
- 07C Cardiology (Three Years Residency Program For FCPS)
- 08E Family Medicine (Two Years Residency Program For MCPS)
Strong emphasis has been placed by our faculty to carefully design these training programs as per CPSP requirements with regular monitoring of the residents’ academic activities by our PGME office.
A system of bilateral assessment of supervisors and trainees is in place to improve and assess the program on frequent intervals. The implementation of the program has had a very positive impact on patient care at The Indus Hospital across various disciplines.
With a strong emphasis on innovation and research, The Indus Hospital established a successful partnership with Interactive Research and Development (IRD), a non-profit research and service organization committed to save lives through improvements in global health. The Indus Hospital and IRD established the joint Indus Hospital Research Center (IHRC) for targeted efforts focused towards improving health in underprivileged communities and low-income households.
PEHLA QADAM A CLUBFOOT CARE PROGRAM
Programmatic management of clubfoot started at The Indus Hospital in August 2011, in collaboration with the Department of Orthopedics at The Indus Hospital and funded by the Amer Haider Charitable Foundation
DIV DO NO HARM PROJECT
The Do No Harm project is a USAID funded intervention aiming to find sustainable solutions to the issue of health care associated infections, as well as to integrate safety practices into the daily work of clinical areas and improve the culture that drives safety attitudes. This project was initiated in July 2012 in collaboration with Interactive Research and Development and the John Hopkins Armstrong Institute for Patient Safety and Quality.
EIMCI INTEGRATED MANAGEMENT OF CHILDHOOD ILLNESSES
The eIMCI project funded by the Habib Bank Limited Foundation is aimed at adapting and implementing an
expanded version of the World Health Organization recommended Integrated Management of Childhood
Illnesses (IMCI) strategy at The Indus Hospital. This approach aims to screen all children presenting as outpatients
To the hospital Using a standard Screening tool. To address acute And non Acute problems in children up to 14 years of age, thus streamlining both identification and management of the common problems of childhood. The tool is administered by health workers, who underwent extensive 11 day training, organized by Child Survival Program, Government of Sindh, in collaboration with National Maternal Newborn and Child Health (MNCH) Program. Since Start in November 2013, an average of 50 children is being screened daily.