Dr. Fazlullah Pechuho, Sindh Health Secretary and Mr. Wolfgang Moellers from KfW Development Bank, inaugurated a state of the art regional blood center in Jamshoro in collaboration with The Indus Hospital. The Jamshoro Blood Centers was among the 10 Regional Blood Centers developed with the German government grant of Rs. 2 Billion (15 million Euro) through KfW as part of the establishment of a nationwide network of 10 modern blood centers and up-gradation of 59 existing hospital-based blood banks all over the country in the first phase of the Safe Blood Transfusion Project (SBTP). The second phase of the Project, the scope and coverage will be expanded with continued Germen support of Rs. 1.3 Billion (10 million Euro). In Sindh, four RBCs one each in Sukkur, Nawabshah, Jamshoro and Karachi have been developed and 24 hospital blood banks provided new blood storage equipment with German grant of Rs. 600 million (5.2
Since April 2018, Nucleic Acid Testing (NAT) using Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) technology is being used for identifying Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C viruses on every single donor in addition to CLIA which was already being performed. Thus fulfilling FDA (USA) requirement for donor screening.
Chief Minister Punjab, Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif inaugurated the 100 bed Tehsil Headquarters Hospital, Kahana Nau, here on Friday April 27, 2018. The management of this hospital has been handed over to The Indus Health Network under the Public-Private Partnership agreement by the Government of Punjab.
LONDON, Apr 23 (APP): A delegation of the Indus Health Network (IHN) led by its founder, Dr. Abdul Bari called on Syed Ibne Abbas, Pakistan High Commissioner to the United Kingdom (UK) here on Monday and discussed various key initiatives undertaken by their organization for the provision of better health services in Pakistan. The delegation was accompanied by Sajjad Karim MEP, who also supports the network. A statement of the Pakistan High Commission (PHC) issued here Monday said Dr Abdul Bari gave an introduction of the network to the high commissioner stating that it was initiated in 2007 by a team of committed healthcare professionals, entrepreneurs and philanthropists, which changed the dynamics of healthcare system in Pakistan. He informed that they started a tertiary care hospital in the urban slums of Karachi and in a very short span of time, free of cost quality treatment became the hallmark of The Indus Hospital, attracting patients from all
The ground-breaking ceremony of the dialysis center was held at The Indus Hospital, Lahore on Saturday, April 21, 2018. Sheikh Ejaz Ahmed Trust Dialysis Center will be spread over at 64,000 square feet on the first floor of TIH Punjab located in Jubilee Town, Lahore. Mr. Gohar Ejaz, Chairman of the Trust, committed to donate PKR 500 million for the establishment of the Dialysis Center comprising 100 dialysis machines with a further commitment to fund its annual operating cost. The ceremony was attended by Dr. Saleh Bin Zainul Abidin Al-Shaibi, Key holder of Khana Ka’aba and Dr. Abdur Rehman Saleh Bin Zainul Abidin Al-Shaibi, Deputy Key-holder of Khana Ka’aba and other officials of the Indus Health Network.