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President of Azad Jammu and Kashmir Sardar Masood Khan Visits The Indus Hospital, Karachi

Date: February 13, 2021 Karachi: President of Azad Jammu and Kashmir, Sardar Masood Khan, visited The Indus Hospital, Korangi campus, Karachi on Saturday, February 13, 2021. Chief Executive Officer, Indus Hospital and Health Network (IHHN), Dr. Abdul Bari Khan received the president and took him to the campus tour. The senior leadership of IHHN including Dr. Akhtar Aziz, Special Advisor to CEO, Saira Khowaja, Executive Director, Global Health Directorate, and Shakeel Akhter, Chief Information Officer were also present at the occasion.

Zeba Bakhtiar, TV & Film Actor Joins To Support The Indus Hospital

Indus Hospital & Health Network (IHHN) is proud to announce Zeba Bakhtiar, veteran Pakistani film and TV actress as our institutional celebrity ambassador Zeba Bakhtiar, who has won the hearts of many due to her charismatic personality, has been associated with the Hospital for over 5 Years. She was inspired by the story and vision of Dr. Abdul Bari Khan, CEO, Indus Hospital & Health Network and has been championing our cause ever since. She played a pivotal role in setting

‘My Beads, My Journey’

In January 2018, Sarah aged 14 was diagnosed with Blood Cancer. A resident of Hassan Colony in Nazimabad, the news of Sarah’s illness shattered her family. To know your child has a terminal disease is devastating, but not being able to afford treatment is crippling. However, help appeared in the form of The Indus Hospital and Sarah was brought in. At the hospital CBC tests and CT scans diagnosed her with Leukemia. The team of doctors and mental health counselors jumped

Training session for Cervical Cancer Screening with Dr. Sadiah Ahsan Pal

In recent years, cervical cancer prevalence has escalated in Pakistan such that approximately 20 women lose their battle daily, putting it amongst the top 10 countries with the highest female mortality rates. Although it is a preventable disease and most developed countries are on route to cervical cancer eradication, 80% of this deadly disease now exists only in developing countries like Pakistan where it is the third most common cancer of females, preceded only by breast cancer and some oral