Free of Cost Services

Completely free of cost services are provided across all the healthcare facilities under Indus Health Network

Indiscriminate Healthcare

Regardless of class & creed, services are provided to the patients with respect & dignity at every stage of treatment

Paperless Hospital

Pakistan’s first paperless hospital network where patient records are maintained electronically on a secure server

Accessibility

Indus Health Network is continually trying to expand its reach to serve the less-privileged people across the country

Support Our Mission

With the support of our donors and corporate partners, we have been able to bestow the gift of health to millions of underserved patients. Your generosity will help us provide quality healthcare, free of cost, to many more people in need.

DONATE NOW

There are many ways you can donate to support our cause: online; in-cash; in-kind; in-memory of; or shop online from our charity shop

BECOME A CORPORATE PARTNER

Whether it’s hosting or sponsoring a fundraising event or an employee engagement program, we are happy to work with you to make you our corporate partner.

BECOME A VOLUNTEER

Whether you taking a break from studies or career or retired you can volunteer your time and services in person or by participating in our events.

DONATE BLOOD

Donate blood or organize a blood drive at your work or in your community and become someone’s lifeline.

At a Glance

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EVENTS

Laugh & raise funds with Saad Haroon in Richmond

Laugh & raise funds with Saad Haroon in Richmond

Friends of Indus Hospital,
Fri 27 Apr 2018 6:00pm

Attend an evening of fundraising with Saad Haroon in Virginia

Raise funds with Anwar Maqsood in Houston

Raise funds with Anwar Maqsood in Houston

Friends of Indus Hospital,
Sat 28 Apr 2018 06:00PM

Join Anwar Maqsood for an evening of fundraising in Houston

Muneeb Walks Again

Muneeb Walks Again

It was a bright sunny morning of January 08, 2017, in Burro Rehri. Muneeb ur Rehman, the youngest of 16 siblings and a grade 3 student, woke up with memories of a beautiful dream. Not knowing what the day will bring for him, he had breakfast and went out to play cricket with his friends.