The Art of the Possible

Established in 2014

Acute Burn

Acute Burn Management with ICU Care, provision of Skin Allografts.

Reconstruction

Services for Reconstruction of Burn Related Complications.

Microsurgery

Microsurgery and Limb Replantation Service.

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR​ Prof. Kamran Khalid

15+

YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

35+

YEARS OF EXPERIENCE

Prof. Moazzam Nazeer Tarar

The College of Physicians & Surgeons of Pakistan bestowed on him honorary Fellowship in Plastic Surgery in recognition of his academic contributions and achievements in 2010. He was awarded SITARA-E-IMTIAZ by the President of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan for meritorious public service in 2014.

Former Executive Director
(SITARA-E-IMTIAZ)

6 Days Outdoor Unit Service in the Centre

Major Causes of Burn

The only possible way to reduce the incidence of burns injuries is through prevention. There is a need to create awareness at all levels of the society to impart information on prevention from burn injuries.

Our Services

Expert Doctors at service

WE Are Here To Help

7+

Years of Experience

4500+

Successful Surgeries

10000

Satisfied Patients

Our Expert Doctors

The Team of Best Doctors in the Hospital

Prof. Kamran Khalid
Executive Director
Prof. Yawar Sajjad
Professor
Dr. Ahsan Riaz
Assistant Professor
Younas Mehrose
Assitant Professor
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Patients Reviews

A short Story

This department recently opened in Jinnah Hospital and they show little bit rules and regulations and discipline hope they will be ruined upcoming days.
State of the art, and only Burn center in Pakistan. With exceptional facilities. Round the clock emergency services
It is a great and inspiring health facility provided by the Govt. to burn and plastic surgery patients. this institute is a role model hospital for the other hospitals.

COVID-19

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