List of AIDs Treatment Centers in Pakistan

Federal:

  1. Pakistan Institute of Medical Sciences (PIMS), Islamabad.

Punjab:

  1. Combined Military Hospital (CMH), Rawalpindi.
  2. Benazir Bhutto Shaheed Hospital, Rawalpindi.
  3. Mayo Hospital, Lahore.
  4. Services Hospital, Lahore.
  5. Services Hospital, Lahore (Pediatric).
  6. Shaukat Khanum Hospital, Lahore.
  7. Jinnah Hospital, Lahore.
  8. Fountain House, Lahore.
  9. Basheeran Begum Welfare Hospital Jalalpur Jattan.
  10. DHQ Hospital, Sargodha.
  11. DHQ Hospital, Kot Momin.
  12. DHQ Hospital, D.G. Khan.
  13. DHQ Hospital (Pediatric), D. G Khan.
  14. Aziz Bhatti Shaheed Hospital, Gujrat.
  15. Shabir Sharif Shaheed Hospital Kunjah (Pediatric), Gujrat.
  16. DHQ Hospital, Sheikhupura.
  17. Allied Hospital, Faisalabad.
  18. DHQ Hospital, Chiniot.
  19. DHQ/Civil Hospital, Multan.
  20. Sheikh Zayed Hospital Raheem Yar Khan.
  21. DHQ Hospital Mianwali.
  22. DHQ Hospital Jehlum.
  23. DHQ Hospital Okara.
  24. THQ Shahkot Nankana.
  25. DHQ Hospital Bahawalnagar.

Sindh:

  1. Civil Hospital, Karachi.
  2. Civil Hospital, Karachi (Pediatric).
  3. Indus Hospital, Karachi.
  4. Aga Khan Hospital, Karachi.
  5. Aga Khan Hospital, Karachi (Pediatric).
  6. FHC Liyari Hospital, Karachi.
  7. Jinnah Post Graduate Medical College Hospital, Karachi.
  8. Abbasi Shaheed Hospital, Karachi.
  9. Chandka Medical College Hospital, Larkana.
  10. Sheikh Zayed Hospital (Peads), Larkana.
  11. Liaqat University of Medical Sciences Hospital, Hyderabad.
  12. Ghulam Muhammad Mehr Hospital, Sukkher.
  13. THQ Hospital, Ratodaro.

KPK:

  1. Hayatabad Medical Complex, Peshawar.
  2. Lady Reading Hospital, Peshawar.
  3. DHQ Hospital, KDA Hospital, Kohat .

Balochistan:

  1. Bolan Medical Complex, Quetta.
  2. DHQ Hospital, Turbet.

 

The total estimated HIV/AIDs Cases in Pakistan are 165,000 while the number of registered cases data received from Province/District wise till September 2019 is as follow:

 

Note: The above data was shared with the National Assembly of Pakistan by the Minister for National Health Services, Regulations and Coordination on January 6, 2020.

 

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