Hospital Vision

Hospital Vision

To become the health care leader in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa and provide world-class medical care. .

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Mission Statement

Mission Statement

Hayatabad Medical Complex aims to deliver a comprehensive range of preventive, curative

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Our Values

Our Values

Human Dignity, Compassion, Accountability, Community of Service, Quality of Life and team work

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About MTI HMC

The idea of having a hospital in Hayatabad was conceived in 1979 to cater for the ever-increasing demand of a health care centre given the sudden increase in local population after the Afghan refugees’ influx. Construction of the Hospital however, started as an ADP- funded Eye Hospital during 1980 which was further expanded to include Mother and Child Health care, a year later with the grant provided by the Saudis and the British. In due course of time a total of 351 kanals of land was acquired keeping in mind the prospects for future expansion.  In1993, it was decided to convert the facility into a general hospital – Hayatabad Medical Complex. Three years later, the first phase of the Hospital was inaugurated with 289 beds though it became operational the following year with facilities for all basic specialties. In1998 a further 240 beds were added. As the facility grew in stature further specialties were added to its domain over the ensuing years and more wards constructed raising the bed number to the current strength of 1052.

Furthermore the set-up has benefitted from affiliation of institutes including Pakistan Institute of Community Ophthalmology (PICO) in 1998, Khyber Girls Medical College (KGMC) in 2003, Institute of Kidney Diseases (IKD) in 2007 and Khyber Institute of Child Health (KICH) more recently.  Easily accessible through multiple routes including Jamrud road and Ring road,MTI-HMC and its affiliate institutions offer services not only to people of the settled areas of KPK but the tribal belt and neighboring Afghanistan as well.

Under the current MTI Act 2015, MTI-HMC has been granted full autonomy with a well-reputed and motivated Board of Governors (BOG), ably assisted by a Medical and Hospital Director and Dean of the associated Medical College (KGMC) striving to improve the quality of health care provision and fostering educational and academic opportunities.

The following departments most of which are equipped with well qualified staff (doctors and nurses)are currently providing the crux of services in MTI-HMC including patient care as well as training and teaching of undergraduate and post graduate medical students/ doctors:

  • Accident and Emergency
  • General Medicine and allied specialties including Gastroenterology, Endocrinology, Cardiology, Paediatrics, Paediatric Cardiology, Dermatology, Psychiatry, Oncology
  • General Surgery and allied specialties including Gynae & obstetrics, Neurosurgery, Orthopaedics, ENT, Plastic Surgery, Ophthalmology, Dental & maxillofacial surgery
  • Support Services including Radiology, Pathology, Intensive care unit & Cardiac care unit

Special units enumerated below provide services unique to tertiary care facilities elsewhere;

  • Heart Hospice Home,
  • Spine surgery unit,
  • Pain clinic,
  • Vitreo Retinal surgery unit,
  • Tropical disease unit (catering for bird flu, swine flu, Dengue & Congo virus cases),
  • Thalassemia clinic

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