Bahria Town Int’l Hospital is picking up steam for its best medical practices


Staff Reporter
Bahria Town International Hospital Karachi has garnered humongous popularity among the masses in recent months. Professional and highly qualified doctors, trained nursing and paramedic staff, availability of top-notch machinery and top of the line medical facilities has caused positive word of mouth which consequently attracted ever-increasing footfall. Patients are not only coming from Karachi but from as far as interior Sindh and Baluchistan.
Renowned Cardiologist Dr. Kashif Shaikh along with his team has so far treated many heart patients successfully. Simpler tests to complex cardiac treatments, all are available under one roof like Angiography, Angioplasty, Pacemakers, right & left heart Catheterization, Intravascular Ultrasound, Balloon Valvuloplasty, Nuclear Imaging, Echocardiography, Pericardiocentasis etc.
Similarly, the dental department is gaining popularity with each passing day due to its expert team working under the renowned dental specialist Dr. Kamran Pervaiz.
The department equipped with most advanced machinery to handle the complex processes of Dental Implants, Crown and Bridges, Root Canal treatment, Laser Teeth whitening & Bleaching, Cosmetic Smile makeover, Orthodontic Fixed Braces, painless Dental Surgeries etc.
In a short span of one year, Bahria Town International Hospital has made a name for itself due to its top class medical facilities and selfless service to humanity. Internationally trained and experienced doctors are on board to provide quality treatment and care.
It is a 120 bed hospital, fully equipped with complete medical services like 24/7 emergency and trauma center, Ophthalmology (ENT), Gastroenterology, Cardiothoracic Surgery, General Surgery, Urology, Orthopedics, Dental, Liver, Neurology, OBS & Gynae, ICU, NICU, CCU, Radiology, ECG, MRI, CT Scan, Mammography, Laboratory, Blood Bank, X-Ray, ECG, diagnosis and treatment. State-of-the-art GMC ambulances are also part of the hospital.

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