How We Started
In 2007, a team of committed healthcare professionals, entrepreneurs and philanthropists took an initiative which changed the dynamics of healthcare system in Pakistan. They started a tertiary care hospital in the urban slums of Karachi. The emergence of The Indus Hospital was a reflection of the unmet healthcare needs of the local community residing in and around Korangi.
In a very short span of time, free of cost quality treatment became the hallmark of The Indus Hospital and it started attracting patients from every nook and corner of the country. The management, transparency and commitment earned the Hospital the trust of both donors and government.
With the establishment of a health network, we have a bigger canvas to paint a beautiful image. The Indus Health Network is managing a number of private and government health facilities in Badin, Muzaffargarh, Lahore, and Bhong (Rahim Yar Khan). Under its massive expansion plan IHN is planning to set up health facilities in Peshawar, Multan, Quetta, and Mansehra as well.
The Indus Hospital’s Korangi campus which started with 150 beds has a three-phased extension plan and by the end of 2025 it will have 1800 beds with the most modern equipment and technology.