At Indus, we work tirelessly to provide our patients with access to skilled care during pregnancy and childbirth to ensure prevention, detection and management of complications.
A recent study from WHO indicated that 30% of births in Pakistan were not attended to by a skilled health personnel. The lack of healthcare available to deal with the complications during pregnancy and childbirth has a direct effect of mothers and the new-born’s chances of survival.
The major complications that account for most of maternal deaths are severe bleeding infections and high blood pressure during pregnancy. Indus Health Network is trying to provide rural areas with access to healthcare as most of these complications that develop during pregnancy are treatable.
Improving the availability of maternal healthcare has been a nation-wide goal as it has been a neglected area of public healthcare in Pakistan. We are one of the first hospitals to offer a primary care model that has a dedicated campus for Maternal, Neonatal, and Child Health (MNCH).
With your continued support we can reach out to expecting mothers in rural areas and provide them and the new arrivals the best care possible.