The Indus Hospital
The Indus Hospital is a not-for-profit entity and is funded by the Islamic concept of WAQF, Zakat, Kahirat, Sadqat and sharing of excess wealth with the Ummah.
The humble beginnings of The Indus Hospital can be traced back to the year 2005, when a group of dedicated doctors, philanthropists and businessmen came forward and pledged support for the disadvantaged communities in Karachi by establishing a state-of-the-art, free hospital.
Fuelled by a passion to serve people unable to afford health-care facilities, their determination planted the seeds of a vision that culminated in the creation of a 150 bed tertiary care center in July 2007 with the philanthropic support of The Ruffaydah Foundation and The Islamic Mission Hospital Trust.
Spread over 20 acres of land and located in the densely populated Korangi area, today The Indus Hospital is a symbol of hope for the most vulnerable members of our society.
It is the only initiative of its kind in Pakistan to provide premium health-care in an impressive, state-of-the art health center completely free to everyone.
With the sole motivation of PLEASING ALLAH SwT, The Indus Hospital will enhance the Islamic value of service to humanity at large.
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 is funded by the Islamic concept of WAQF, Zakat, Khairat, Sadqat and sharing of excess wealth with the Ummah.