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The Aga Khan University Hospitals, Medical Centres, Laboratories, Diagnostic Facilities, and Pharmacies are following strict infection control and safety protocols to keep you safe during the pandemic waves. At the Aga Khan University Hospital, we have dedicated facilities for COVID-19 patients; all other patients are treated in separate areas.

Our experts continue to be at the forefront, providing outstanding care, educating the public, advising the government and other health institutions, and conducting research to better understand the virus and its impact on health. Our Hospital was the first private hospital in Pakistan to join the Government's free-vaccination programme and has continued the service, free-of-cost, since early 2021. To date, we have administered over 100,000 vaccines, including boosters to our healthcare workers and members of the general public.

During this difficult time as always, we are committed to providing the same high-quality care for which we have always been known. ​

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Aga Khan University Hospital, Stadium Road, ​
Bed,​ *Nursing and Ancillaries Charges for COVID-19 Patients​


Infectious diseases patients such as those with COVID-19 are admitted in General Care Isolation, Special Care and Intensive Care Unit (ICU) rooms.

Descrip​​tion 
Bed Charges​
Nursing and Ancillaries* ​Total Charges per  Day
​General Care Isolation
​PKR 14,790
​PKR 17,810
​PKR 32,600
​Special Care
​PKR 7,140​
​P​KR 30,620
​PKR 37,760
​ICU
​PKR 16,520
​PKR 32,850
​PKR 49,370
​Ventilator

​PKR​ 11,030

Patient Welfare and Zakat options are available for eligible patients with financial constraints. Speak to our financial counsellor for more information.

The above charges are exclusive of Laboratory Tests, Radiology Imaging, Pharmacy, Medical and Surgical Supplies and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) which are charged on the basis of actual consumption.

​*Nursing and ancillaries include Nursing and healthcare support, patient meal at the bedside, linen and housekeeping services and other utilities.

COVID-19 is a disease caused by the virus SARS CoV-2.
It spreads through droplets that are released when people sneeze, cough, and even talk.   

It usually causes a mild to moderate respiratory infection; however, it may lead to severe complications and fatality, especially in the unvaccinated individuals, the elderly, and those who are immunocompromised or have other chronic diseases. 

Vaccines with boosters repeated as recommended, have been known to reduce the risk of infection and the severity of the diseases. 
To keep yourself and others safe: 

  • Wear a mask, especially indoors or when in close-proximity, outdoors.
  • Wear a mask if you or someone around you has symptoms of COVID-19.
  • Regularly wash your hands, especially after sneezing or coughing.
  • Avoid touching your eyes, nose, or mouth without first washing your hands.
  • Follow cough/sneeze hygiene practices (cough or sneeze in a tissue or your elbow/ sleeves) and discard used tissues appropriately in the dustbin; do not reuse.
  • Avoid large gatherings or attend while wearing a mask and keeping a safe distance from others.

COVI​​D-19 Symptoms:

​Some common symptoms of COVID-19 include fever, cough, body aches, tiredness, and loss of taste or smell.  Other symptoms may include headache, body pain, gastric problems, sore throat, and other flu-like symptoms. This is not an exhaustive list; the disease continuously presents with new variants and symptoms. 
These may appear between 2 and 14 days after exposure.

Mild Symptoms: 

​You should immediately self-quarantine at home. Please follow the national guidelines for re-testing and coming out of quarantine.

M​oderat​​e Symptoms: 

Make an appointment for a tele-consult with a physician for your evaluation. 

Severe Symptoms:

You should consult a doctor immediately or rush to the Emergency.

Emergency Department:​

Our Emergency Department is OPEN 24/7 and is caring for ALL sick patients, including patients with COVID-19. Please call to check if we have space to take patients. When we reach maximum capacity, you will be diverted to another hospital for your own safety.​
  • Testing for COVID-19 is offered at the Main Hospital in Karachi, at a dedicated testing site. 
  • Our Emergency Department at the Main Hospital in Karachi will screen, admit, test and care for very sick patients.
  • Door-to-door sample collection service is also available in Karachi, Hyderabad, Lahore, Rawalpindi, Islamabad and Multan.
  • You can also perform self-sampling through a nasal swab and drop it at your nearest collection point for testing. 
  • Drive-through service is available at select Collection Points.​


Main Hospital, Karachi: Emergency Service is OPEN 24/7 and is caring for ALL sick patients, including those with COVID-19. Please call to check if we have space to take patients. When we reach maximum capacity, you will be diverted to another hospital for your own safety.​​
Phone number: ​+92 21 3486 1090​

Women and Children Hospitals: OPEN for women and children.

Clifton Medical Services (CMS): Urgent Care Services are OPEN 24/7. Please call​​ before coming.​

Home Lab Sample Collection Services: Our phlebotomist can come to your home to collect your sample.

Please call​ for more information and to book your service.
Home Pharmacy Delivery Service: You may get your prescription refilled from our pharmacy and delivered to your door. 

Check if this service is available in your area.
Call: 021 331 03180
Home Health Services: ​
  1. Long Stay Home Care​
  2. Home Nursin​g Short ​Procedures​
  3. Home Physician ​Consultation
  4. Palliative care
  5. Medical Eq​uipment
  6. Home Physiotherapy
Click here​ or call​​ for more information and to book your service.​
Strict infection control policies​: These have always been in place. In addition, we have implemented the following to reduce the number of people at our facilities and thereby reduce the risk of infection:

  1. Patients can only be accompanied by ONE ATTENDANT.
  2. Everyone is required to wear masks at all times.
  3. Specific areas have been assigned for COVID-19 suspected or infected patients. These patients are separated from all other patients.
  4. All our doctors, nurses and health support staff are required to wear personal protective equipment, appropriate to their work.
  5. Our disinfection and cleaning practices have been intensified.
We are accredited by the Joint Commission International and the College of American Pathologists, which insist that we follow and practice internationally recognised quality standards.​





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