Civil Hospital Karachi:
The Civil Hospital Karachi as known as Dr. Ruth K.M. Pfau, Civil Hospital Karachi is almost a century old. It was established in 1898. It was established to tackle plague during era of Queen Victoria. After creation of Pakistan, it was converted to teaching and medical training hospital. During 1898 it had 250 beds facility; currently the hospital has a dozen operation theatres, 2000 beds and 34 departments. It has a very engaged and huge outpatient facility. The hospital has gone through several stages of progression and growth to accommodate sprawling population of Karachi. It has kept pace with changing and developing times and has adopted latest tertiary care techniques, technologies and advanced instruments and equipments. The tertiary care services offered by the hospital had treated people impartially despite their ethnicity, religion, race, sect or financial background.
It accommodates ailing patients belonging from low income background with sophisticated laboratory tests and radio graphical procedures, investigations and examinations and that performed totally free to benefit the poor patients. The attending doctors at civil Hospital Karachi have history of treating patients with utter care despite odds and limited resources. The hospital had the privilege of being attended by Ministers, Ambassadors, Dignitaries and Prominent people. They visitors had always praised the efforts of the administration and medical staff of the hospital. The hospital receives hundreds of patients each day patients out of which 95% of which are non-affording patients entailing a huge cost on medicines, laboratory facilities and other logistics. The job seekers intending to avail vacancies posted by CHK can get latest update regarding the jobs here on our website.