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Pakistans First Paperless Hospital

The Indus Hospital


Quality Care Free of Cost

Pakistans First Paperless Hospital

Health Statistics for Pakistan:


There is
There is There is

for every

for every

for every

1,206
PEOPLE

2,360
PEOPLE

16,426
PEOPLE

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Health Statistics for Pakistan:


Hospital bed
Up to

0.6
per 1,665 people
(Japan 14.3 per 1000)

70%
of all health expenditures are out of

Hernia Repair A Heart Valve


costs

$120
in not for profit sector

repair in a child costs

$5000

Pocket Expenses

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Health Statistics for Pakistan:


Government of Pakistan (33%) Pakistanis earn 51 Million
less than spends only

Private health insurance virtually

$1
per day

$2
per person per year on health

Non-existent

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Taking responsibility
Do not forget

Revolution starts with a man

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How We Started
In an environment, where government spending on health is only $2 per person per year, and medical bills several times the average per capita GDP, a group of doctors in Pakistan set forth to help the common man. In 2007 the countrys FIRST FREE MULTISPECIALTY HOSPITAL, and only PAPER-LESS HOSPITAL, by the local private sector was constructed, opening its doors to the general population. Backed by a team of doctors and local businessmen, The Indus Hospital is a unique concept in providing QUALITY CARE - FREE OF COST.

Starting as a 150 bed hospital on 20 acres of land in Korangi, Karachi


Construction Cost Equipment Cost US$ 6 million US$ 4 million

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Our Ideology
VISION:
The Indus Hospital focuses on providing excellence-driven (as stipulated in the Islamic concept of Ehsan), comprehensive, free of cost, unconditional healthcare to the creations of Allah SwT. The Indus Hospital is a not-for-profit entity and will be funded by the Islamic concept of WAQF, Zakat, Khairat, Sadqat and sharing of excess wealth with the Ummah.

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Services Provided
Surgical:

General Surgery

Cardiothoracic Surgery

Ophthalmology

Orthopaedics & Trauma Surgery

ENT

Pediatric Surgery

Plastic Surgery

Urology

Critical Care / Emergency:

Diagnostic:

Anaesthesia, Critical Care and Pain Management

8(Adult) + 6(Child) bed Emergency Room

Lab

Radiology
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Services Provided
Medical:

General Medicine

Diabetes Care

Nephrology

Infectious Diseases (HIV, MDR-TB, Rabies, Hep)

Gastroenterology

Family Medicine

Clinical laboratory

Cardiology including Invasive Cardiology

Paediatrics

TB Clinics

Nutritional Services

Dermatology

Governance and Transparency


The Indus Hospital is a not-for-profit company registered under section 42 of the Companies Ordinance 1984. It enjoys tax exemptions under the Income Tax Ordinance 2001

Board of Directors :
Mr. Hafiz Ferozuddin (Chairman) CEO, Swiss Pharma (Private) Limited Dr. Abdul Bari Khan CEO ,The Indus Hospital Mr. Adnan Asdar Ali CEO, Multinet (Private) Limited Sheikh Naveed Anwar Social Activist Mr. Yunus Hashim Bengali Director, Coastal Synthetics (Private) Limited
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Mr. Muhammad Siddique Sheikh Chairman, Progressive Traders

Statutory Auditors:
Price Waterhouse Coopers

Mr. Tariq Shafi CEO, Lords Impex


Mr. Abdul Hameed Paracha Director, Ravian Maritime (Private) Limited Mr. Khalid Khanani Technical Director, Metatex (Private) Limited

Internal Audit:
Independent Internal Audit Department reporting directly to the Boards Finance/Audit Committee on regular basis.

Collaborations, Alliances and Partnerships

Collaborations in Program Funding :


World Health Organization USAID International Development & Relief Foundation Amer Haider Charitable Fund USA Health Foundation International Society of Nephrology / Association of Pakistani Cardiologists of North America

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Collaborations, Alliances and Partnerships

Collaborations in Research
The Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization (GAVI) John Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health Ponseti International Association/University Of Iowa Harvard School of Public Health University of Texas Health Science Sector Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Partnership in Emergency Relief


Medecins Sans Frontieres
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Services Provided
400,000 350,000 300,000 250,000 200,000 150,000 100,000 50,000 2007-08 12,000 10,000 8,000 6,000 4,000 2,000 2007-08 2008-09 2009-10 2010-11 2011-12 July-12 to Mar 2013
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Outpatient

Filter Clinic

E.R.

2008-09

2009-10

2010-11

2011-12 Jul 12 to Mar 2013

Consultant Clinic

Total In-Patient

Day Care

Total Admission

Surgeries

Source of Donations
2007-2013 (PKR)
127 million

383 million

856 million 2,033 million

Individual Donations

Corporate Donation

International Donation

Govt. of Pakistan

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What We Envision
Current 150 Bedded Hospital 9 bedded Emergency Room 1000 Out-Patients per day 30 In-Patients per day Post Expansion

1500+ Bedded 100+ Bedded ER 5,500+ per day 371 In-patients per day
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How You Can Support Us


The Indus Hospital is currently providing health care services to over 1,500 patients every day, over 40,000 patients every month and is running at a monthly operational cost of US$ 700,000. To ensure continuity and self-sustainability of this noble mission of enhancing Islamic value of service to humanity at large, we invite you to step forward, join our hands and support The Indus Hospitals expansion and operations with your Charity. To find out how YOU can become a part of this noble mission, please contact: Communication and Resource Development Department The Indus Hospital Korangi Crossing, Karachi 75190, Pakistan +92 21 111 111 880 +92 21 3511 2220 crd@indushospital.org.pk or info@indushospital.org.pk

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Thank you
www.indushospital.org.pk