Pakistan is the sixth most populous country in the world, with sixty percent of its population under the age of thirty. Some of the rural areas of Pakistan are hugely underserved in the healthcare perspective and a large part of the population turn to our hospitals with high hopes and expectations of getting treatment.
Today, Indus Health Network on average is able to provide life-changing treatments to over 300,000 individuals per month, in 42 districts all across Pakistan through primary care units, mobile clinics and tertiary hospitals.
Indus is currently providing free treatment at a globally recognized healthcare standard. We take pride in not having a cash counter at our facilities and we are 100 % donation run. No priority is given to anyone and we have a strict ticketed system in place for all those waiting to ensure fair treatment of all.
Due to the demand we are continually trying to expand our facilities. We firmly believe that no individuals should be denied the right of receiving quality health care due to their in ability to pay for it.
Together, we can change the paradigm of healthcare in Pakistan.