Ameen Hiyat Memorial Medical Centre
SHER SHAH, KARACHI
Center Timings: All Week Days 09:00 hrs to 14:00 hrs On Friday 08:00 hrs to 12:30 hrs
Contact # 021-2572480
Amin Hayat Memorial Medical Centers are staffed with 175 personnel including Specialists, Consultants, Medical Officers / Woman Medical Officers & Para-medical staff.
In financial year 2015-1016, all AHMMC’s managed by Hamza Foundation have provided medical services to 388,148 patients which is an increase of 32,222 patients or 12% as compared to year 2014-2015.
Another important milestone achieved by Hamza Foundation this year is that an evening shift has started at our AHMMC Pakki Thatti and Kasur centers. Consultants of different specialties provide medical care at extremely subsidized fee.
Medical Out Door
All the patients are screened in this department by experienced and qualified general physicians. The patients are sent to different departments based on their complaints after their provisional diagnosis and preliminary tests.
X-ray machines of very good quality have been installed at AHMMCs. Two of these machines i.e. at Pakki Thatti and Kasur have been upgraded to obtain digital x-ray images. This has improved the quality of resolution of x-ray films tremendously and helped in the early diagnosis of different diseases.
Ultrasound is currently investigation of choice because of being non-invasive. A latest Ultrasound Doppler has been installed at Amin Hayat Memorial Medical Centre, Pakki Thatti. USG facility is also available at other AHMMCs as well, on nominal charges. At Pakki Thatti and Kasur AHMMCs this service is also provided in the evening shift as well.
The Foundation has established a state of the art diagnostic laboratory equipped with hi-tech instruments like D-10 for HbA1C, AU 480 chemistry analyzer, immune-essay machine for special chemistry and sysmex-21 hematology analyzer. The central laboratory is situated at AHMMC, Pakki Thatti, Samanabad, Lahore providing coverage to all AHMMCs located at Lahore and Kasur. The Central Laboratory is open from 0730 to 2000 hours daily. The laboratory has played a vital role in providing services to patients in many fields.
At AHHMC Shershah, Karachi we have the services of an ophthalmologist available. We serve the patients on OPD basis only. No major surgical procedure like cataract is done here, although minor procedures are performed on regular basis.
In year 2016-2017 we have about 2268 patients so far.
At our AHMMC SherShah, Karachi so far in year 2016-2017 about 527 patients have been seen by ENT consultant.
The center has the facility of suction pump and other minor procedures relevant to ENT specialty.
AHMMCs managed by Hamza foundation also offered dental clinics. Qualified dental surgeons examine the patients and do the required procedure needed by patient. In the year 2015-16 11084 patients have seen by Dental Doctors at our centers and 6435 dental procedures are performed. Most importantly, all the patients are screened for Hepatitis B and C before any dental examination. Prosthetic dentistry is also done at our centers.
Number of Dental Procedures done during year 2015-16: 6435
AHHMC Shershah, Karachi has the services of an orthopedic surgeon available. He provides expert diagnosis and performs procedures at a nominal fee.
In year 2016-2017 there were about 427 patients seen by orthopedic consultant.
Family planning is the practice of controlling the number of children in a family and the intervals between their births, particularly by means of artificial contraception or voluntary sterilization.
At AHMMC Shershah, Karachi we have the services of a gynecologist available to guide and help the families interested in family planning.
The women are provided all available methods and proper education regarding the use of these methods.
Immunization is a proven tool for controlling and even eradicating infectious diseases. An immunization campaign carried out by the World Health Organization (WHO) from 1967 to 1977 resulted in the eradication of smallpox. When the program began, the disease still threatened 60% of the world’s population and killed every fourth victim.
The first diseases targeted by the EPI were diphtheria, whooping cough, tetanus, measles, poliomyelitis and tuberculosis.