The Indus Hospital (Main Campus)
The Indus Hospital needs a lightweight ultrasound machine to treat its patients more effectively.
Qaim Abbas is suffering with a rare disease called Gaucher, He needs your help to survive.
The Indus Hospital is now taking a major leap by moving into its Mega Expansion Phase 1 in which hospital ward beds will be taken from 150 to 996. Step forward and help TIH!
Indus Hospital Expansion Phase 1 will see 4 ward towers. Help us build them. A single ward tower costs PKR 240,000,000. The ward tower will consist of 144 Ward Beds.
The Indus Hospital requires four Automated External Defibrillators. The cost of one machine is PKR 450,000. Please come forward and help us.
Help Indus Hospital to treat patients for free by donating whatever amount you want.
Help Us treat a cancer child and bring smile to more around you.
TIH needs five Crash Carts to treat its patients more effectively. A Crash Cart costs PKR 50,000. Please come forward and help us in buying them.
Indus Hospital is providing child deliveries including normal and C-sections Free Of Cost. But we need your help to bear the expense. Step forward and Help!
Non-Communicable Diseases put a great burden on Pakistan's healthcare system
Cochlear Implant - Hearing Implants for near deaf children
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Jubilee life supports The Indus Hospital to save millions of lives.
At the Indus Hospital, more than 250 patients need to have X-Rays and number of such patients is ever-increasing. Please help us so that we can help them.
A life threatening operation where Indus hospital stepped into help fight it FREE Of Cost.
Dialysis is a Lifelong treatment. Help them survive it!
Indus Hospital is providing such treatments FREE Of Cost to those in need of it.
Help them Walk Again. Your donation can make them take steps all by their own.
The Indus Hospital needs urology laser machine to treat its patients more effectively.