List of hospitals in Pakistan

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List of hospitals in Pakistan shows the hospitals in Pakistan by administrative region and city with links to articles in WikiPedia on notable hospitals. According to 2016 statistics, Pakistan has more than 1200 public hospitals and 700 private hospitals.[1] Besides these hospitals, there are also small Medical Clinics plus Maternity & Child Health Centers in different areas of Pakistan.[2] The fees of public hospitals are marginal and affordable for all. However, private hospitals are expensive. All the doctors who are providing their services are certified and they all have a legal licence from Pakistan Medical & Dental Council (PMDC) to practice this profession.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, hospitals in Pakistan take all the necessary measures and tackle the pandemic very effectively.[3] The sections below show list of some of the hospitals by administrative region of Pakistan with links to notable hospitals that have articles in Wikipedia.


Punjab is the most populated and industrialised province of Pakistan. It has almost 58 cities. Some of the most notable public and private hospitals in a few cities of Punjab are mentioned below.


The following are some of the hospitals in Lahore:

  • Services Hospital Lahore
  • Doctors Hospital
  • Lahore General Hospital
  • Jinnah Hospital
  • Mayo Hospital
  • Shaikh Zayed Hospital
  • Shaukat Khanum Memorial Hospital
  • Sir Ganga Ram Hospital
  • United Christian Hospital, Lahore
  • Lahore Care Hospital
  • Ittefaq Hospital (Trust)
  • Model Town Hospital , Model Town Circular
  • Hameed Latif Hospital
  • Social Security Hospital KLP , Lahore
  • Masood Hospital , Garden Town Lahore
  • Horizon Hospital Lahore
  • National Hospital & Medical Centre , Lahore
  • Medix Hospital , Lahore
  • Family Health Hospital , Johar Town Lahore
  • Aadil Hospital
  • Fatima Memorial Hospital
  • Saira Memorial Hospital
  • Alam Hospital
  • Ihsan Mumtaz Hospital
  • Shadman General Hospital
  • Ammar Medical Complex
  • Wazir Hospital
  • Farooq Hospital
  • Children Hospital Lahore
  • Shalamar Hospital
  • Health City Hospital
  • Surgimed Hospital
  • Orthopaedic Hospital & Medical Complex
  • Noble Hospital
  • Nawaz Sharif Social Security Hospital
  • Mumtaz Baktawar Hospital
  • Lahore Health care
  • Bahria International Hospital
  • Health Care Hospital
  • Lady Aitchison Hospital
  • Khawaja Hospital
  • Citi Hospital
  • Roshaan Hospital
  • Zahid Welfare Hospital
  • City Hospital , 99F8+8FW Kahna Nau , Lahore
  • Society Hospital , Nabipura Lahore
  • Zarar Shaheed Trust Hospital
  • City Hospital , Institute of Mother & Child Heathy Lahore
  • Pak Hospital , Ichhra Lahore
  • Noor Hospital
  • Lady Willingdon Hospital


The following are some of the hospitals in Rawalpindi, Pakistan:

Multan / Bahawalpur[edit]

The following are some of the hospitals in Multan, Pakistan:


The following are some of the public and private hospitals in Faisalabad, Pakistan:

  • St. Raphael's Hospital
  • Allied Hospital
  • DHQ Hospital Faisalabad
  • Faisalabad Institute of Cardiology
  • Institute of Dentistry, Faisalabad
  • Govt. General Hospital G.M.Abad
  • Govt. General Hospital Samanabad
  • Govt. General Hospital 224 R.B.
  • Children Hospital Faisalabad
  • Aziz Fatima Hospital, Faisalabad
  • Wapda Hospital, Faisalabad
  • The National Hospital Faisalabad

Other hospitals[edit]


Sindh is the second-most populous province of Pakistan. Karachi is the main city of this province. It has many public and private hospitals that are providing medical services to the people of Sindh.


The following are some of the public and private hospitals in Karachi, Pakistan:

Kutyana Menon hospital kharadar


The following are some of the public and private hospitals in Hyderabad, Pakistan:


  • Bilawal Medical College Hospital, Kotri


  • Civil Hospital Sukkur
  • Pir Abdul Qadir Ali Shah Jillani Institute of Medical Sciences, Gambat (GIMS)


Shaheed Benazirabad[edit]

Other Hospitals[edit]

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa[edit]

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa also known as KPK has well-developed hospitals, including the following.


Peshawar has the following notable hospitals.

Other hospitals[edit]


Balochistan is the fourth most populous province of Pakistan. Hospitals in Balochistan include those listed below by city:


Following are some of the hospitals located in Quetta:


The following hospital is located in Gilgit-Baltistan:

Islamabad Capital Territory[edit]

"Tabber" monument at the Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences in Islamabad.

The following hospitals are located in the Islamabad Capital Territory:

Azad Jammu and Kashmir (AJK)[edit]

The following hospitals are in Azad Jammu and Kashmir:

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Healthcare Resource Guide: Pakistan". (A United States export website). Retrieved 29 April 2021.
  2. ^ "Hospitals/Dispensaries and Beds by Province (Progressive)" (PDF). Pakistan Bureau of Statistics.
  3. ^ "Combating COVID 19 in a public sector hospital in Pakistan". Annals of Medicine and Surgery. 60: 372–379. 1 December 2020. doi:10.1016/j.amsu.2020.10.041. ISSN 2049-0801. PMC 7577919. PMID 33106759.
  4. ^ a b c d KARACHI: Govt may allow private units to treat trauma cases Dawn (newspaper), Published 22 September 2004, Retrieved 29 April 2021
  5. ^ Yumna Rafi (7 October 2015). "Meet the hidden angels of Jinnah Hospital". Dawn (newspaper). Retrieved 23 August 2020.
  6. ^ Nizamuddin Siddiqui. "KARACHI: Unit for children at SIUT set up". Dawn (newspaper). Archived from the original on 29 September 2004. Retrieved 23 August 2020.
  7. ^ DHQ Hospital at Gilgit Dawn (newspaper), Published 15 October 2008, Retrieved 29 April 2021
  8. ^ Mohammad Asghar, Munawar Azeem and Kashif Abbasi (9 June 2020). "Citizens reluctant to get tested for Covid-19 even for free". Dawn (newspaper). Retrieved 29 April 2021.