Hospital collaborated with Department of Emergency Medicine at The Indus Hospital to conduct a 12-month competency-based Certificate Program in Emergency Medicine (CPEM). The programme aims to train medical officers and residents to better manage the initial triage and stabilization of patients with varying medical, surgical and traumatic conditions.
The University of Manitoba has selected Pakistan’s Indus Hospital for Clinical Trials. An agreement to this effect was signed between the University of Manitoba and The Indus Hospital (TIH), Pakistan this week. Collaboration between Pakistani and Canadian institutions in this regard will further strengthen clinical trial facilities in Pakistan. Later, focus
Islamabad, November 15, 2018: Pakistan’s premier health services institution, The Indus Health Network (IHN) has collaborated with the Ministry of National Health Services Regulation and Coordination (MONHSRC) and hosted the Stakeholder Engagement Conference for National Vision for Surgical Care (NVSC) 2025
The Indus Hospital (TIH) has installed a new and most modern Total Lab Automation (TLA) system supplied by Abbott Diagnostics in the Korangi Campus. This state-of-the-art system has been installed with the support of Martin Dow Group which helped Indus Health Network (IHN) in building the laboratory and associated facilities. IHN treats about 200,000
Dr Lokman Saim performs cochlear implant surgeries Prof Dato’ Dr Lokman Saim, Vice Chancellor cum Dean School of Medicine KPJ Healthcare University College, Malaysia recently visited Indus Hospital to perform cochlear implant surgeries and train the cochlear implant surgery team lead by Dr Asif Ali Arian, ENT Consultant and Surgeon at Indus Hospital. During his visits in September and
Though a large number of children of school-going age are out-of-school in Pakistan but The Indus Hospital (TIH) is making sure that young patients receive quality education. Usually, When Pakistani children are diagnosed with cancer or other chronic ailments, their physicians ask them to stop attending school for the duration of their treatments. To overcome this