Unfortunately, Pakistan does not have the required infrastructure and facilities to provide the complete free healthcare solutions, especially to the underprivileged. Number of public hospitals/ clinics is far below the required figure. Moreover. Most of the public hospitals lack the required facilities and private hospitals are out of public reach. Also we do not have a well developed system for the social welfare to cover the medical expenses of the poor and unprivileged. This leaves little hope for many despaired to obtain required medical services.
Bahria Town is operating 5 state-of-the-art hospitals under the Bahria Town International Hospitals name where thousands of patients are receiving all sorts of free healthcare treatments, from dialysis to open heart surgeries and general treatments. These hospitals are being managed by highly qualified doctors and are equipped with the most modern medical equipment.
We also have mobile hospital & medical units distributing free medicines in the rural areas where people don’t have access to proper medication. Bahria Town makes regular donations to Al-Shifa, Shaukat Khanum Memorial Trust, Sahara Trust, SOS Village and many other healthcare organizations. Medical camps are also established to provide free healthcare facilities to the affectees of natural disasters & unfortunate accidents.