QIH was envisaged by a group of Pakistani doctors who had extensive training and highest qualification from USA. & UK. The aim is to establish an institution which is patient and physicians friendly, provides excellent quality health care to all in a very professional and compassionate way under one roof at a very affordable price and to provide free medical services to deserving patients as much as possible.
This group of physicians is already providing free medical services to many and are actively involved in other social and community welfare services from the platform of Q.I.H,
millions of rupees have been spent on earthquake hit areas by supplying food, clothes, and medicines etc. Over 300 women and children have been looked after for more than a year at the site of Q.I.H by establishing an earthquake relief camp including a school for earthquake affected children. Q.I.H is still providing shelter to many children studying in the best English medium schools of Islamabad.
Numerous other welfare activities including free Hepatitis B vaccination programs for general public including Islamabad traffic police, financial assistance to schools for special children and blind, free tube well for water supply to local population are some of the other examples.
Millions of dollars have been spent on the project without borrowing. The plan is to keep the project interest free. As we all know a lot of finances are needed for a project of this magnitude. We have come up with the Unique Concept of Partnership by offering some of the hospital rooms to the public and corporate sector, which will give both an opportunity to high yield investment and a positive contribution to health care sector, which is the most neglected area in our country. In addition we are also offering shares in General Partnership.
The success of this idea will change the health care system of our country and many volunteers and investors will come forward and start building excellent heath care facilities with this concept which otherwise seems very difficult as hospitals need huge capital to begin with. The success of this concept is evident from numerous successful housing and apartment schemes in our country.
The hospital will attract talent especially highly qualified physicians from abroad to come back to their home country and serve. It will not only provide employment to over 2000 people but will bring millions of dollars as foreign exchange to the country.
The plan of a hotel along with the hospital will be very convenient for patient’s families to stay and could be open for general public due to its location on GT. Road close to motorways and upcoming airport.
In the end I would like to thank all those who helped us in this project in any form and to thank those in advance who will join us in this noble cause.
Dr. Shaukat A. Bangash (M.D)
Chief Executive Officer
Diplomate, American Board of Internal Medicine
Diplomate, American Board of Infectious Diseases