Afghan Biographies

Muhammad Ali Jinnah Hospital Kabul

Name Muhammad Ali Jinnah Hospital Kabul
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A 200-bed state-of-art Jinnah Hospital, completed at a cost of US$ 24 million, was officially handed over by Pakistan to the government of Afghanistan. The hospital's foundation stone was laid on 10 October 2007. Jinnah Hospital's design and construction services were undertaken by NESPAK and the National Logistics Cell. Public Health Minister Feroz appreciated Pakistan’s assistance in the health sector which also included under construction 100-bed Naeb Aminullah Khan Hospital, Logar costing US$ 19 million and other completed projects including Nishtar Kidney Center Jalalabad.(20190420)

Muhammad Ali Jinnah Hospital comprises a two-story structure spread out over an area of 16,700 m2. The building has ten towers. It includes a casualty block, blood bank, outpatient department, dialysis centre, administration block, intensive care unit, constant care centre, thalassemia centre, wards for gynaecology, medicine and surgeries, as well as pediatrics, emergency and food services. Also included are a pharmacy, laundry and sterilising department. The blocks are accessible and connected to each other via covered corridors, stairs and lifts. The hospital's infrastructure includes overhead water tanks, two tube wells, five 1,000 kVa diesel-powered generators, a pump house and septic tanks, an electrical transformer, and fire alarm and nurse calling systems.According to the Pakistani embassy, Jinnah Hospital's furnishing and equipment costs – in addition to training of doctors, paramedics and other hospital staff – shall be covered under a grant provided by Pakistan.

Last Modified 2022-04-23
Established 2019-04-20