Health

  • 190k Patients treated
  • 16 + Bed
  • 50,754 Children Treated
  • 98,721 Women Treated
  • 46,945 Males Treated
  • 20+ Villages

190k
Patients Treated

16+
Beds

50,754 
Children Treated

98,721 
Women Treated

46,945
Males Treated

20+
Villages 

SAHIBZADA FAZAL REHMAN HOSPITAL (SFH)

First and only charity-based high-quality healthcare provided in Tangi Banda, Kohat. Our doctors are devoted to treating every patient with clinical excellence. The 16+ bed hospital is equipped with basic machinery, lab facilities, 4-full time doctors and other paramedic staff. SFH is facilitating more than 100 patients daily and providing 15+ first aid as well as primary lifesaving facilities to the population of 120,000 approximately.

 

MOTHER & CHILD HEALTH PROMOTION CENTRE (MCHPC)

Poor access to education & health care services serves as primary factors impairing women’s health development, leaving it undervalued and neglected. To improve maternal health care conditions & to offer access to skilled health care professionals, SAF has launched ‘Mother and Child Health Promotion Centre’ in collaboration with ‘Pahchaan’. The initiative started providing free-of-cost facilities from June 01, 2019, onwards. Under this project, patients receive maternal & neonatal services with routine check-ups & free-of-cost medication. Along with maternal health care, patients are also facilitated with regards to personal hygiene, mental health, and family planning/counseling.

  • Provision of health education to the community through training;
  • Provision of a referral network for sick patients & child abuse;
  • Providing patients with a check-up of routine illnesses and health concerns;
  • Height, weight, and head circumference of babies are checked of appropriate advice is given to their mothers;
  • Maintaining a database of clients and conducting action research;
  • Prescribing and providing medicines;
  • Providing blood pressure monitoring charts to patients who are suspected to have hypertension;
  • Educating patients about their personal hygiene, as well as that of the community;
  • Giving nutritional advice to each patient;

Health Updates:

Free Medical Camps at SFCH are organized every quarter to raise awareness about important healthcare issues, encourage residents to adopt health practices and to improve mother and child health. Expert doctors and practitioners provide free of cost consultations and conduct awareness sessions.

 Free Medical Camps at SFCH are organized every quarter to raise awareness about important healthcare issues, encourage residents to adopt health practices and to improve mother and child health. Expert doctors and practitioners provide free of cost consultations and conduct awareness sessions.
In February 2020, SFCH facilitated 845 patients  through General OPD, Dental OPD Lab tests and Gynea

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