Hospitals are important for the treatment of serious illnesses, disorders of various types and severity. It provides long-term and continuous medical facilities to indoor patients and emergency services. Our hospitals provide medical facilities for all segments of society regardless of their socio-economic status.
Maternal, newborn, and child health care statistics in Pakistan are graded as very low and fall among the poorest statistics in South Asia. Despite improvements in the 1990s, Pakistan lags behind many of its neighbors in health and population outcomes.
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The infant mortality rate of 49 per 1000 live births and a recently-calculated maternal mortality rate of 140 per 100,000 live births is higher than in neighboring South Asian countries.