The Indus Hospital

The Indus Hospital

The Indus Hospital is one-of-a-kind initiative in Pakistan. It was created to provide indiscriminate, free of cost, premium quality healthcare in a state-of-the-art tertiary healthcare facility. It is a noncommercial hospital, governed by the Indus Health Network. The network was created to manage several hospitals and numerous outreach programs.

Since the beginning, TIH has solely relied on the generous support of donors to help deliver services to people with meager resources. The network is reaching out to the less-privileged people across the country.



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.

24 Public Health related programs involving different national and international donor organizations are under the management of Indus Hospital’s Global Health Directorate. The Indus Health Network is the principal recipient, for managing Global Fund’s Tuberculosis (TB)and Malaria programs in over 40 cities of Pakistan.

Centers of Excellence


Provides Orthotic and Prosthetic limbs to patients that enable them to walk again. The Centers are located at the hospitals in Karachi, Muzaffargarh and Lahore.


The first international standards blood bank in Pakistan that serves to promote voluntary blood donation in the country. It fulfills the blood requirements of all hospitals within The Indus Health network and some other private and philanthropic hospitals.