Mayo Hospital Dialysis Center

Alarming Statistics: 22 million people in Pakistan grappling with renal issues

A groundbreaking study reveals that 22 million people in Pakistan are currently struggling with renal issues, with 22,000 individuals being diagnosed with End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) annually. These statistics emphasize the urgent need for increased awareness, proactive healthcare measures, and effective interventions to address this growing crisis. The prevalence of diabetes and blood pressure, along with their poor control, has contributed to the burden of kidney diseases among the population.

Renal replacement therapy (RRT) is a crucial treatment option for renal diseases but is often costly, placing a significant burden on patients and healthcare systems. Many individuals affected by renal diseases lack the financial resources to afford these life-saving treatments.

Free and High-Quality Treatment by AAKF: Relief for Kidney Patients and Their Families

To address these challenges, the Abdul Aleem Khan Foundation has emerged as a non-profit organization dedicated to making a positive impact. They have established a state-of-the-art dialysis center within Mayo Hospital, equipped with advanced technologies to provide comprehensive care to patients. This initiative aims to alleviate the burden on the government and individuals with limited resources. The foundation's efforts have resulted in free, high-quality treatment for kidney patients, offering relief to individuals and their families.

State-of-the-Art Dialysis Ward: A Beacon of Hope

The foundation has taken a significant step forward by establishing a state of the art, two storey dialysis ward that will serve as a beacon of hope for countless patients. The ward is equipped with cutting-edge facilities, ensuring that the appointed doctors and nurses have all the necessary tools at their disposal to deliver the highest quality of care.

Renovation Of The Emergency Ward: Mayo Hospital

Following the inauguration of the new dialysis center at Mayo Hospital in Lahore, the Abdul Aleem Khan Foundation directed its efforts towards renovating the Emergency Ward within the Department of Nephrology. This significant achievement involved the provision of six advanced dialysis machines, greatly improving patient care. The Mayo Hospital celebrated this transformative development, recognizing its profound impact on the treatment of individuals in need. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held in honor of the occasion, attended by Brigadier (Retired) Khalid Bashir, the CEO of the Foundation.