National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases is a tertiary cardiac-care centre became fully functional in 1971. In 1956, it took its humble beginning from small Central Heart Clinic located in ward of Jinnah Postgraduate Medical Centre (JPMC). The funds and equipments received by Government of Pakistan and Japanese Government enabled NICVD to become a major primary heart-care provider for Pakistanis. In 50 years of its establishment NICVD, it has served millions of patients ailing from heart diseases. Until 1979, NICVD worked as a NON Governmental Organization (NGO). Presently, NICVD is an autonomous body working under legislation of Federal Ministry of Health. The government of Pakistan nationalized it for greater good.
The Chief Minister of Sindh is chairman of board of governors of NICVD. NICVD provides services of outdoor and indoor patient facilities. The patients who have cardiovascular diseases are guided about preventive measures, diagnosis facilities, treatment and rehabilitation for recovery at NICVD. The doctors at NICVD are working for well being of human beings and all ailing patients are treated with same respect and care regardless of their caste, creed, financial background, religion and ethnicity. The self less services delivered by doctors and administrative staff of NICVD to patients are the reason behind people trusting NICVD for treatment. NICVD has research department which is delivering highly effective results. The hospital thrives to become a leading cardiovascular diseases treatment facility in Pakistan and across the globe by ensuring quality treatments and health care to patients. The individuals interested in availing emerging vacancies at National Institute of Cardiovascular Diseases can obtain detailed information from our website.