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Introduction of Health Care Program of Qarshi foundation


Qarshi Foundation is dedicated to ensuring healthy lives, promoting well-being for all of all ages, provide patient-centered healthcare with excellence in quality, service, and access. We aim to establish a community in which all people achieve their full potential and well-being across their lifespans.

Qarshi Foundation has designed the following projects to complete its Mission:

  • Qarshi Hospital Lahore (QH)

  • Qarshi Clinics of Natural Medicines (QCNMs)

  • Qarshi Mother and Child Healthcare Center (QMCHCC)

  • The Indus Hospital - QF & NST Campus

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The Indus Hospital - QF, NST & SMP Campus

In 2016, Qarshi Foundation and Naimat Saleem Trust, under a collaborative agreement with the Indus Hospital Karachi, donated their land and cash (worth more than PKR 4 Billion) to set up the Indus Hospital - QF, NST & SMP Campus, a 600 beds tertiary care hospital in Jubilee Town Lahore.

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Directorate of Natural Medicine (DNM)

The Directorate of Natural Medicine (DNM) is a groundbreaking initiative, pioneering the field of natural medicine on a global scale. In collaboration with Pakistan's largest health network, the Indus Hospital & Health Network, DNM has established itself as the largest and first-of-its-kind natural medicine setup in the world. Since its inception on March 13th, 2023, DNM has made significant strides in healthcare.

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Qarshi Clinics of Natural Medicines (QCNMs)

Qarshi Foundation operates a network of  100 Qarshi Clinics of Natural Medicines (QCNMs) across Pakistan including Punjab, Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, Baluchistan, Sindh, Gilgit Baltistan, and Azad Jammu & Kashmir.


Qarshi Hospital Lahore (QH)

Established in 2008, Qarshi Hospital is a primary care Hospital providing quality healthcare services to more than 20,000 patients from Lahore / Punjab.

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Qarshi Mother & Child Health Care Center (QMCHCC)

Qarshi Mother & Child Healthcare Center (QMCHCC) was established in 2001 providing quality neonatal services to more than 6,000 patients annually in the remote area of District Shiekhupura.


AAS Rehabilitation Center

In June 2018 Naimat Saleem Trust and Qarshi Foundation collaborated with AAS Trust Karachi to establish the first AAS Substance Abuse Rehabilitation Centre in Lahore. This first pilot project for Punjab is located in   Jubilee Town, Lahore and has the capacity to treat 30 patients suffering from heroin, hash, alcohol, white crystal any other forms of intoxicating addictions. 5 more center's are being planned to operate across Punjab within the next 5 years.

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