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About Us

Pak Medical Centre

Pak Medical Centre is a project of Pak Welfare Foundation.  Working to facilitate the diagnosis & treatment of poor hepatitis patients. PMC has facilitated the treatment of more than 8000 hepatitis patients in Sialkot since its inception. A world class pathology laboratory has been established as part of our mission to facilitate the accurate & reliable diagnosis at very nominal prices. We offer treatment of liver disease on subsidized rates for general public and free of cost for deserving patients. Over the period of time, we have also started dental care services to offer safe dental practice to prevent the transmission of viral hepatitis.

A team of medical professionals is serving the humanity with OPD Clinics, Laboratory Services, Ultrasound, Dental Care, Ultrasound, ECG, Fibroscan & Medical Store Services.


Following is the list of our Departments

OPD Clinics

PMC OPD clinics offer access to qualified physicians at the cost of just 30 Rs per consultation. The patients are served as first come first serve basis through token system.

PMC Hepatitis Treatment

Hepatitis Treatment Services are offered at PMC at affordable rates. Upon completion of all the investigations, the patient is scheduled in Sunday Camp for consultation with medical specialist.

PMC Ultrasound

Pak Medical Centre offers all types of ultrasound studies at Pak Medical Centre on daily basis from 10 am to 11 am. Col. ( R ) Dr.  Nayyer Shahzad visit PMC on daily basis.

PMC Dental Care

The department of dental care at PMC was started in 2012 to provide specialist dental services for the residents of Sialkot & surrounding districts.

Women Health Clinic

The women health clinic has been established with the vision to offer world class healthcare services for females in a relaxed & confidential environment.


FibroScan® is a non-invasive device that assesses the ‘hardness’ (or stiffness) of the liver via the technique of transient elastography. Liver hardness is evaluated by measuring the velocity of a vibration wave (also called a ‘shear wave’) generated on the skin.


Hijama (Arabic: حجامة‎ lit. “sucking”) is the name in Arab traditional medicine for wet cupping, where blood is drawn by vacuum from a small skin incision for therapeutic purposes.1 Hijama is performed by Muslims as it is a form of medicine specifically mentioned and encouraged by the Islamic prophet Muhammad (PBUH).


Pak Medical Centre provides a complete range of local and international medicine allowed by the drug authorities in Pakistan.

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