Shalamar Hospital will be a leading regional health care organization, advancing the frontiers of clinical service delivery and research whilst strengthening team commitment.
In pursuit of our vision, our actions will be guided by our set of core values:
Compassion – We demonstrate empathy and kindness in our conduct.
Respect – We respect the dignity and privacy of all individuals.
Teamwork – We recognize and value the unique talents of all individuals.
Stewardship – We are honest, prudent and precise with our resources.
Innovation – We are committed to advancing healthcare through education and research.
Over 80,000 diagnostic imaging exams are being performed annually at Shalamar Hospital. Our technologists and radiologists offer one-on-one, compassionate care to our patients while using state-of-the-art technology like MRI, C.T Scan, Mammography, and Colour Doppler Ultrasound. We have the very latest in imaging tools needed to diagnose medical conditions early so patients have a better likelihood of being treated successfully.
Services offered at Shalamar Hospital Laboratories
a. All Lab Tests
All Laboratory test are offered under one roof.
MRI uses a strong magnetic field and radio waves to create detailed images of the organs and tissues within the body.
a. CT Scan
Performed by highly qualified and experienced technologists, under the supervision of senior most Radiologists in Pakistan.
All types of conventional ultrasounds, Color Doppler, TVS & 4-D USG and ultrasound guided procedures.
c. X -Ray
X-rays are types of electromagnetic radiation probably most well-known for their ability to see through a person's skin and reveal images of the bones beneath it.
A Fistulogram is a special x-ray procedure. It uses contrast (x-ray dye) to look at the blood flow in your fistula or graft (dialysis access). This procedure can check to see if it is blocked or if there is any narrowing (stenosis).
A Doppler ultrasound is a noninvasive test that can be used to estimate the blood flow through your blood vessels by bouncing high-frequency sound waves (ultrasound) off circulating red blood cells. A regular ultrasound uses sound waves to produce images, but can't show blood flow.