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Indus Hospital – Karachi 2009-2016

Indus Charity Hospital is 150 bedded hospital and is a unique project in a county like Pakistan. Every patient is treated completely free irrespective of his or her status. The hospital is run by charitable donations from rich industrialists mainly and provides a very high quality service for patients who cannot afford it. Since 2009 until 2016 IMRA team has performed over 70 Major Ear cases on extremely poor patients. IMRA has donated 3 Microscopes, extensive Anaesthetic and Paediatric airway equipment, 3 Nerve Monitors, Colposcope, 3 Audiometers and various surgical instruments and appliances worth totalling £100,000 and over 700 Hearing Aids worth approx. £10,000.


Anaesthetic Equipment
Anaesthetic Equipment Donated



3 Microscopes


Extensive Anaesthetic and Paediatric airway equipment


3 Nerve Monitors




3 Audiometers


Various surgical instruments and appliances


700 Hearing Aids

TOTAL OVER £100,000

Cochlear Implant Team
Cochlear Implant Before Surgery
Cochlear Implant Patient
Cochlear Implant

Pioneering Project Providing Free Cochlear Implants to Poor Patients: In many third world countries there is no governmental facility for the poor to get access to Cochlear Implantation (a cure for total deafness). A child who is born or becomes totally deaf is deprived of hearing everyday sounds and it is almost impossible for them to develop spoken language. Approximately 250,000 people worldwide have received cochlear implants (to date) and the vast majority have been done in developed countries (approx. £20,000 per implant).

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