Nishtar Hospital

Nishtar Hospital is a teaching hospital of Nishtar Medical University, located in Multan, Pakistan. It is a tertiary care hospital, serving a large population of South Punjab, adjoining areas of Baluchistan and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa provinces.

Nishtar Hospital Multan
Nishtar Medical College
Nishtar Medical University & Hospital
Geography
LocationNishtar Road, Multan, Punjab, Pakistan
Organisation
Care systemTertiary care
FundingPublic hospital
Hospital typeTeaching
Affiliated universityNishtar Medical University[1]
Services
Beds1800
History
FoundedOctober 1, 1953
Links
WebsiteOfficial Website
ListsHospitals in Pakistan

History

It is named after Sardar Abdur Rab Nishtar, a Pakistan Movement activist, celebrated companion of Father of Nation Muhammad Ali Jinnah and then Governor of Punjab, Pakistan.

The construction of the Nishtar Hospital block started in 1953. The basic idea and its plan was provided by Dr. M. J. Bhutta. It started functioning with 80 beds on October 1, 1953.[2] Hospital's total bed capacity currently stands at 1,800, which is one of the largest in the country. Hospital now has 24 departments and divisions, over 31 wards, a burn unit, an outpatient and Accident & Emergency Department, in addition to 15 operation theaters. Currently Dr. Shahid Bukhari is the Medical Superintendent of the hospital.

References

  1. ^ http://nishtar.org/history.html
  2. ^ http://nishtar.org/nishtar-hospital.html

Coordinates: 30°12′09″N 71°26′40″E / 30.20250°N 71.44444°E

2017 Bahawalpur explosion

On 25 June 2017, a tanker truck exploded near Ahmedpur East in Pakistan's Bahawalpur District, killing 219 people and injuring at least 34 others. The truck overturned when its driver attempted to make a sharp turn on the N-5 National Highway. Once the news of the accident spread to nearby villages, hundreds of residents rushed to the scene to loot the truck of its cargo. The truck then exploded; early reports suggested the explosion was caused by someone lighting a cigarette.

2019 Tezgam train fire

On 31 October 2019, Pakistan Railways' Tezgam passenger train caught fire while traveling from Karachi to Rawalpindi, resulting in at least 75 passenger deaths. The train accident was the deadliest in Pakistan since 2005, when the Ghotki rail crash killed more than 100 people. Preliminary evidence suggested the explosion of a portable stove occurred because some passengers illegally cooked food aboard the train. Such use of gas stoves is common on Pakistan's railways; train authorities often turn a blind eye to the dangerous practice.

Abdur Rab Nishtar

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Ahmedpur East

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Halima Rafiq

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Javed Hashmi

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List of flyovers in Multan

Multan is on third rank of most numbers of flyovers in a city in Pakistan. In duration of 2009 and 2012, most of new flyovers was constructed in Multan including Yousuf Raza Gillani Flyover, Chowk Kumharanwala Level II Flyover and Nishtar Chowk Flyover.

List of hospitals in Punjab, Pakistan

The following is a list of hospitals in Punjab, Pakistan.

List of places in Multan

This is a list of all the notable places in Multan City and its surroundings.

Mausoleum of Baha-ud-Din Zakariya

Mausoleum of Shah Rukn-e-Alam

Mausoleum of Shah Shams Sabzwari

Mausoleum of Syed Musa Pak

Mausoleum of Shah Gardez

Mausoleum of Mai Maharban (Near Chowk Fawara Multan) is 1000 years old

Eidgah Mosque

Old City Multan also called Walled City Multan

Khooni Burj or Bloody Bastion on Multan City Wall Faseel Multan

Haram Gate and other gates of Multan

The City Hall, Multan Municipal Corporation or Clock Tower Multan

Haram Gate existing old gate of Walled City Multan

Multan Arts Council building and events

Multan Fort

Art Gallery on Damdama of Fort Kohna Multan

Ibne Qasim Cricket Stadium

Ruins of Parhaland Temple in Fort Kohna Multan

Delhi Gate, Multan

Multan Garrison Mess or Service club MGM 1880 AD in Multan Cantt

Ruins of Suraj Kund Temple

Ahmad Shah Abdali's Birthplace Monument

International Cricket Stadium Multan

Mausoleum of Akbar shah near (DHA)

List of roads in Multan

This is the list of roads in Multan.

Multan

Multan (مُلتان ; [mʊltaːn] (listen)) is a city in Punjab, Pakistan. Located on the banks of the Chenab River, Multan is Pakistan's 7th largest city, and is the major cultural and economic centre of southern Punjab.

Multan's history stretches deep into antiquity. The ancient city was site of the renowned Multan Sun Temple, and was besieged by Alexander the Great during the Mallian Campaign. Multan was one of the most important trading centres of medieval Islamic India, and attracted a multitude of Sufi mystics in the 11th and 12th centuries, earning the city the nickname City of Saints. The city, along with the nearby city of Uch, is renowned for its large collection of Sufi shrines dating from that era.

Nasreddin Murat-Khan

Nasreddin Murat-Khan (1904–1970) was a Russian-born Pakistani architect and civil engineer. He is remembered most for designing the national monument, the Minar-e-Pakistan. He was also the architect of the Gadaffi Stadium in Lahore and several other notable buildings and structures.

Nishtar Chowk Flyover

Nishtar Chowk Flyover is located in Multan, city of Pakistan.

It is a one way flyover constructed with Inner Ring Road Multan project. It is a one way flyover made to get easy access to Nishtar Hospital from LMQ Road. Construction was started in 2009 and completed in 2011. Client of this project was Multan Development Authority MDA. It has two lanes and leads to Nishtar road from LMQ road. It overpasses Nishtar Chowk and Old Bahawalpur Road. Inauguration was done on Friday 26 April 2011 by former prime minister Yusuf Raza Gillani

It was completed with an overall cost of Rs 180 million rupees. The 975-metre-long fly-over, with a width of 6.1 to 7.3 metres, starts from Pul Moj Darya and ends on Nishtar road.

Nishtar Dental College

Nishtar Dental College is a dental school and treatment facility located in Multan, Punjab, Pakistan.

Nishtar Medical University

Nishtar Medical University (formerly Nishtar Medical College) is a public sector health sciences university located in Multan, Punjab, Pakistan. It is one of the oldest and most prestigious medical institutions established after the creation of Pakistan.It offers medicine and surgery bachelors programmes and bachelor of Engineering.It is named after Sardar Abdur Rub Nishtar, Pakistan movement activist, and then Governor of Punjab, Pakistan.

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