​CMS Urgent Care Services


CMS has an Urgent Care Centre and does not offer Emergency Services. For emergency health conditions, patients can go to our Emergency Services at our University Campus Hospital on Stadium Road, Karachi. Not every illness or injury requires a visit to the emergency. If you or a loved one experiences any of the following, your emergency may be more suited for Urgent Care Services:

  • Minor injuries

  • Sprains and strains

  • Coughs, colds, and sore throats

  • Ear infections

  • Fever or flu-like symptoms

  • Skin irritations (rashes)

  • Mild asthma

  • Diarrhoea /vomiting

  • Blood pressure variation

  • Removal of stiches

  • Change of dressing

  • Medication administration

  • Patients with life threatening conditions will be provided initial care for stabilizing their condition and then transferred to our Main Hospital Campus on Stadium Road.​

For Adults:

  • Bleeding that will not stop

  • Symptoms of a heart attack, including severe chest pain, sweating and shortness of breath

  • Change in mental status (unusual behaviour, confusion, difficulty arousing)

  • Obvious compound fractures and/or dislocation of bones

  • Feel like committing suicide

  • Severe persistent vomiting, vomiting blood or coughing up blood

  • Prolonged seizures for more than 5 minutes

  • Head or spine injury

  • Fainting or loss of consciousness

  • Sudden injury (gunshot wound, road accident, near drowning or smoke inhalation)

  • Sudden severe pain anywhere in the body (back, neck, abdominal (tummy area))

  • Sudden dizziness, weakness or change in vision

  • Swallowing a poisonous substance or drug over dose

  • Pregnant women experiencing sudden issues related to pregnancy


For Children:

  • Persistent fever (> 38.5 ºC/100.4 ºF)

  • Persistent vomiting and/or diarrhoea

  • Will not eat or drink, particularly infants

  • Obvious compound fractures and/or dislocation of bones

  • Severe persistent vomiting, vomiting blood or coughing up blood

  • Prolonged seizures for more than 5 minutes

  • Head or spine injury

  • Fainting or loss of consciousness

  • Sudden injury (gunshot wound, road accident, near drowning or smoke inhalation)

  • Sudden severe pain anywhere in the body

  • Sudden dizziness, weakness or change in vision