Karachi As part of the PKR 1 billion Hussain Dawood Pledge, Engro Fertilizers (a subsidiary of Engro Corporation) has committed to provide PKR 95 million in financial assistance to The Indus Hospital to expand COVID-19 testing capacity across Sindh and strengthen the health sector to cope with the ongoing pandemic.
Karachi The Indus Hospital is proud to highlight the efforts of one of it its greatest supporter, Maheen Khan.The reputable Fashion designer and owner of Gulabo is recognized not just in Pakistan but has made a commendable name in the international forum. Although she is highlighted for her elegance and uniqueness in the fashion industry, we at TIH want to recognize her for her philanthropy.
Karachi In response to a recent local government directive to speed up the killing of street dogs and the outcry of the public over the notification, The Indus Hospital (TIH) appealed to the local government to allow our Rabies Free Pakistan Program to resume its dog vaccination and sterilization field activities in Karachi during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Karachi Since the first COVID-19 case was reported in Karachi, Pakistan, on February 26, 2020, the Indus Hospital has scaled up its efforts and devised strategies to contain the epidemic in the city. A need was felt to have clinical discussions with front line doctors dealing with hospitalized COVID cases in other centers at a national level with the aim of improving understanding of the disease process and build standardized evidence based treatment protocols.
Karachi A well-prepared and well-equipped laboratory is the first line of defense against COVID-19. Recognizing the urgent need for accurate and safe testing The Indus Hospital’s BSL 3 Laboratory has come forward to host the testing service for the patients coming to any of the Indus Health Network’s healthcare facilities as well as supporting the Government’s requirements.
Karachi The COVID-19 pandemic has multiple effects on the healthcare sector, shortage of blood donation was one of them. Social distancing, avoiding unnecessary movement, and lockdown resulted in the lack of blood donations. The Indus Hospital’s blood bank is one of the most advanced blood centers of the country which follows international standards and receive 100 voluntary blood donation.
Karachi As the global pandemic COVID-19 envelops the nation in doubt and worry, certain catalysts of hope have emerged and come forward to help humanity. Dawalance being the technology-leader in Pakistan’s home appliances industry has partnered with The Indus Hospital, making valuable contributions towards development of healthcare facilities.
Karachi The Indus Health Network’s Global Health Directorate (IHN-GHD) and IRD Pakistan have partnered together to implement innovative TB initiatives across Pakistan in partnership with the public and private sectors.The program runs 51 TB mobile vans across the country that are mobilized in the community as well as private and public hospitals to screen for Tuberculosis.
April 7, 2020 Karachi, Pakistan The COVID-19 is the most destructive pandemic of the century which is not respecting any border, any religion, and any ethnicity. It is killing anyone and everyone who is weak and is in the virus’ reach. It reached to Pakistan in February and since then the doctors, nurses, paramedical staff, supportive staff are in the battle field.