Pakistan’s health system lacks basic medical facilities as treatment is unaffordable and hospitals are not available in remote areas.
The Sarwar Foundation has set up two state of the art hospitals:
- The Foundation Hospital in Rajana, Toba Tek Singh, opened in 2005 and treats almost treats 6,000 patients.
- The Foundation Hospital in Chichawatni, Sahiwal, opened in 2009, and treats almost treats 7,000 patients.
Both hospitals offer a 24-hour emergency service and are equipped with operating theatres, labour rooms, general and private wards, a nursery and a 24-hour ambulance service. They offer free, quality healthcare, free medicines including treatment of Tuberculosis and Hepatitis to those who cannot otherwise afford medical care.
- 160 beds available
- 30,000+ babies successfully delivered
- 1.7 million+ patients treated
- General medicine
- Gynaecology and obstetrics
- General surgery
- Pain specialist
- ENT cardiology
Medical & Eye Camps
The Sarwar Foundation runs weekly medical camps with the help of leading doctors in the country to treat around 700 patients at a time, free of charge.
The Foundation focuses on mother and child care through:
- Vaccinations for children & mothers
- Screening during pregnancy
- Family planning and educational programs
The camps also cater to Tuberculosis and Hepatitis patients.
Eye camps provide free eye surgery, medicines and glasses.