HOPE's Four Hospitals in Pakistan:
HOPE Hospital Gurumandir

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HOPE’s Gurumandir Hospital was founded in 2012 and saw 90,080 patients in 2017.  It is a 12 bedded hospital located in the heart of Karachi and provides health care services and medicines free of cost.  HOPE Gurumandir has a labor and delivery room, cesarean section facilities, 24 hour emergency unit, surgery facilities, and outpatient services.  The following services are offered to the impoverished population:

 

  • Prenatal and maternal care

  • Incubator and neonatal care

  • Diagnostic services (ultrasound, labs, etc.)

  • General surgeries

  • Laboratory

  • Gynecologist

  • Pediatrician

  • General outpatient services

 

In 2017, a total of 90,080 patients were seen at HOPE Gurumandir Hospital.  These included: 54,000 outpatient cases, 14,400 ultrasounds, 12,600 labs, 3,600 inpatient cases, 3,600 emergency cases, 1,800 surgeries, and 1,080 normal births.

HOPE Hospital Zia Colony

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HOPE’s Hospital in Zia Colony was built in 2002 and services Korangi district, a region in Karachi with a population of 70,000 people.  It is a 50 bedded hospital and the patients are mainly women or children, and many times victims of industrial or traffic accidents.  HOPE’s Hospital in Zia Colony is the only facility in the area which treats obstetric complication and emergencies.  Services provided include:

  • Outpatient procedures

  • Gynecologist

  • 24/7 emergency services

  • Orthopedics

  • Vaccinations

  • Normal deliveries

  • Surgeries

  • Neonatal facilities

  • Prenatal and maternal services

  • Diagnostic services (ultrasound, labs, etc.)

 

In 2017, HOPE’s Zia Colony Hospital treated a total of 187,200 cases.  These included: 108,000 outpatient cases, 21,600 X-rays, 18,000 ultrasounds, 18,000 labs, 9,000 inpatient cases, 7,200 emergencies, 3,600 surgeries, and 1,800 normal births. 

HOPE Hospital Thatta

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HOPE’s Hospital in Thatta was established in 2006 through funding from the Japan Embassy.  It services the district of Thatta, which is located 62 miles from Karachi and has a population of one million people.  Thatta is the largest district in the state of Sindh, but its impoverished constituents suffer from many diseases due to the lack of health facilities.  HOPE is the second charitable hospital serving Thatta.  In 2017, 213,480 patients were treated at this 50 bedded facility.  Services include:

 

  • Outpatient procedures

  • Gynecologist

  • Orthopedic services

  • Vaccinations

  • Prenatal and maternal services

  • Neonatal care facilities

  • Diagnostic services (ultrasound, labs, etc.)

 

 

In 2017, 213,480 patients were treated at HOPE’s Hospital in Thatta.  These included: 115,200 outpatient cases, 21,600 labs, 21,600 ultrasounds, 19,800 X-rays, 18,000 emergencies, 10,200 inpatient cases, 4,320 surgeries, and 2,160 normal births.  In 2020 HOPE Hospital was declared as a quarantine facility for Covid-19 patients. by the Pakistan army. 

HOPE Hospital Sujawal

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Sujawal is a densely populated area about 80 miles from Karachi and 16 miles from Thatta.  Its 800,000 constituents live in dire poverty conditions and health facilities in the area are nonexistent.  HOPE’s Hospital in Sujawal began humbly as a basic health unit sponsored generously by Citibank.  It is now a 15 bedded secondary care hospital which serviced 60,480 patients in 2017.  HOPE’s hospital in Sujawal receives emergency cases that have been rerouted from other basic health units in the area.  Services include:

 

  • Prenatal and maternal services

  • Outpatient procedures

  • 24/7 emergency unit

  • Gynecologist

  • Diagnostic services (laboratory)

  • General surgeries

 

In 2017 60,480 patients were seen at HOPE’s Hospital in Sujawal.  These included: 43,200 outpatient cases, 5,400 ultrasounds, 3,600 labs, 2,520 inpatient cases, 1,800 X-rays, 1,800 normal births, 1,080 emergency cases, and 1,080 surgeries.