National Medical Center
The National Medical Center is a large hospital that was founded in 1999, the building has 148 beds available for patients as well as numerous specialties and technology. The hospital has been internationally accredited and also follows numerous safety guidelines, including environmental guidelines.
To Book an appointment with any of the doctors at National Medical Center, Karachi, call on 021-38140600 or click the “Book Appointment” button.
The hospital has a ten bed dialysis center as well as a high tech cardiac surgery center, allowing the doctors to provide the best possible care to even the most extreme cases. Their ICU is also very well equipped and employs specially trained nurses who regularly deal with different kinds of critical illnesses.
Most Experienced Doctors at National Medical Center
The Hospital sports an impressive roster of 143 highly experienced doctors. The following are some of the most experienced doctors available at National Medical Centre:
Prof. Dr. M. Zaman Shaikh
Dr. Sonia Naqvi
Dr. M. N. Lal
Dr. Khalid Ahmed Khalil
Prof. Dr. Noshad Shaikh
The National Medical Center is particularly well known for the diverse range of specialties that it offers. It of course covers the standard specialisations such as cardiology and nephrology but also offers chiropractic services, rehabilitation services as well as a specialised infectious disease department. This infectious disease department provides patients with medical advice for travel, medication for diseases not commonly found in Pakistan and therapy for infections that are particularly difficult to treat.
The National Medical Centre is open 24/7 although doctors do have particular timings for consultations and appointments.
Like many hospitals of its calibre, The National Medical Center has a top of the line in-house laboratory that aids doctors with diagnosis. Their radiology department places special emphasis on neuroimaging, using numerous different techniques and machines to get accurate and detailed images of the patient's brain and body. They are presently able to scan patients of any age and type.