The Fauji Foundation Hospital (FFH) Rawalpindi is the teaching hospital of the FUMC. It was established in 1959 as a TB ward. Over the years, it has grown into a tertiary care/referral hospital of 600 beds. The hospital is being converted to 850 bedded modern teaching hospital at the cost of about Rs. 1.6 billion with provision of further expansion to 1200 beds. It has all the requisite specialties as per the PM&DC rules. It is financed and managed by the Fauji Foundation. It caters to the health needs of ex-servicemen and their dependents. In order to ensure the optimum utilization of the facilities at the FFH, these are now being extended to the private patients. The hospital is spread over an area of 53 acres and is staffed by highly qualified/experienced medical personnel and has the latest equipment for diagnostic facilities alongwith modern operation theaters, intensive care units (ICUs) and a coronary care unit (CCU). The hospital is considered as the prime health facility of the Fauji Foundation.
The FFH Rawalpindi is recognized by the Pakistan Medical & Dental Council (PM&DC) for undergraduate & postgraduate medical teaching, besides the house job training in the fields of Surgery, Medicine, ENT, Eye and Anaesthesiology. In addition, the FFH is recognized by the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Pakistan for the fellowship (FCPS) training in the subjects of General Medicine, General Surgery, Orthopaedic Surgery, Gynae/Obs, Otorhinolaryngology, Anaesthesiology, Urology, Paediatrics, Psychiatry and Haematology.
These are the non-beneficiary patients,who are provided medical treatment at affordable rates. Besides a Special Ward(with single occupancy rooms), there are general wards also for the patients in this category.
Operation Theatres (OTs):
Two fully equipped and air conditioned OTs, with six operating rooms, are available for major surgical procedures.
Artificial Limb Centre (ALC):
The ALC is an advanced and the best centre in South Asia. It provides free of cost artificial limbs to the beneficiaries and, on nominal payment, to handicapped civilians.It thus contributes tremendouslyto the alleviation of distress in such patients.
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