Critical care is defined as medical care for patients whose illness requires close, constant watch by a team of specially trained caregivers. Most critical care takes place in a Medical Intensive Care Unit (MICU) or a Surgical ICU or Neonatal ICU and when matters are better under control, in a High Dependency Unit (HDU). Karachi Hospital has set up this complete range of critical care. Here we attempt to provide some basic information on how they work and what a patient and their family can expect
Our diagnostic services are divided into three departments: Radiology, the Cardiac Catheterisation Laboratory and the Pathology Laboratory.The section on the Cardiac Catheterisation Lab we have covered the frequently asked questions on the most commonly performed procedures. All the contact details and timings for this department are listed, and we recommend you keep them handy in case of emergencies.
Billing will handle admissions when: Your patient is admitted to the hospital through: The Emergency RoomFor non-emergency elective procedures, referred to by a family physician
Karachi Hospital’s success is based on its formula of bringing together a consortium of medical specialists and providing medical care the way it should be.
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My opinion each member of Staff who came in contact with me always showed interest and care in what I needed and took care to make me comfortable and suit my needs. Loved night and day Staff - all very busy but always gave smiles and made time for each of us - really friendly. The team - no word can describe my gratitude to them - I am so happy. Thank you all for giving me and my daughter our lives back!.
Mr Yaqoob MemonHeart patient
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