Monthly Archives: October 2020

Shakeel Akhtar addresses Women University Swabi Seminar

Swabi, October 22, 2020: Shakeel Akhter, Chief Information Officer, The Indus Hospital addressed the seminar “National Workshop on Health Informatics” on October 22, 2020. The seminar was organized by the faculty of Health Sciences at the Women University, Swabi in collaboration with the Indus Hospital, Karachi.

COVID-19 Highlights the Crucial Role of Infection Preventionists

“Healthcare professionals needed educating and then reeducating during the coronavirus pandemic, it was a hard time, a 24 hour a day job, which has now left us mentally exhausted. It is very important to work towards infection control in Pakistan, it requires small changes but essential resources.” Arifa Khatoon

Bata steps up, donates shoes to TIH’s Healthcare staff

The shoe maker company under its “Bata care” campaign donated 6,500 pairs of shoes to the healthcare workers of The Indus Hospital as a gesture of support to the front-line healthcare workers, for the role they played in the critical fight against Covid-19. The event took place on the 7th of October 2020, in the presence of authorized persons from both the organizations at The Indus Hospital Manawan Campus Lahore.

Matrix Pvt. Ltd Supports The Indus Hospital

The Indus Hospital signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Matrix Pvt Ltd, recently in Islamabad. The MOU dictated that Matrix Pvt. Ltd would sponsor The Indus Hospital (QF & NST) Campus Lahore’s building project items.

UK Golf 2020

Quarterly update: Indus Health Network’s international affiliations

Despite the unpredictable events of 2020, Indus Health Network’s international affiliations actively participated in awareness campaigns and fundraising events for the Network to support the mission of providing quality healthcare free of cost. Our international affiliates; USA, UK, UAE, Canada, and Australia, held multiple engagements activities in the past three months to promote volunteerism in the youth and to keep our donors involved.