UM Healthcare Trust

Affordable healthcare for rural Pakistan

  • Death Anniversary of Mrs. Umrana Mumtaz- The visionary behind the hospital

    The people of the rural areas near Mardan had to travel miles to get to a hospital. Apart from the distance, the transport cost and the loss of a day’s wages were significant hurdles for the locals. Even after managing to get to a hospital, often their turn never came ...

  • International Youth Day- The Pakistani Potential

    12th August is celebrated as International Youth Day in order to raise awareness about the various issues the youth faces all around the world. This need for awareness is much more significant for a young country like Pakistan with a 60-64% under-29 population. With such a large youth bulge, Pakistan ...

  • Welcome To Our Team

    We are excited to welcome Ms.Sarah Rathore as our new Program Coordinator at UM Healthcare Trust.  Ms. Sarah is a development worker with a background in Clinical Psychology with experience in providing mental health services and conducting social research. She did her Masters in Psychology from Quaid-i-Azam University and MS in ...

  • Welcome to team

    We welcome Dr. Muhammad Kashif for joining us as a Medical Officer at UM Healthcare Trust. He has done MBBS from Peshawar Medical College, and completed his House job from Mardan medical Complex. We wish him best of luck and looks forward for his contribution at UM Trust.

  • Vote for Us

    UM Healthcare is participating in The Global Innovation Competition 2015 for its innovative idea for “Rapid Response to Crisis Victims via Toll Free SMS” at the platform of Making All Voices Count. We need your votes to get to the next level. To vote; Please click http://ideas.makingallvoicescount.org/a/dtd/Rapid-Response-to-Crisis-Victims-via-Toll-Free-SMS/94716-26650 Upon clicking the voting option, it will ...

  • Extending our SMS (Mobile Services) to Narowal, Punjab

    We are thrilled to announce that UM Healthcare Trust and National Rural Development Program (NRDP), a  non-profit development advocacy and humanitarian organization committed to working with marginalized and vulnerable people and communities to unlock their potentials for a sustainable change,  have signed a contract to replicate Jaroka Tele-Healthcare Project specifically Short ...

In the month of August 2015, a total of 1916 patients were treated. Off which 391  (20.40%) were male , 837  (43.68%) were Female  while 688 (35.90%) were children.

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The people of the rural areas near Mardan had to travel miles to get to a hospital. Apart from the distance, the transport cost and the loss of a day’s wages were significant hurdles for the locals. Even after managing to get to a hospital, often their turn never came ...

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International Youth Day- The Pakistani Potential

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12th August is celebrated as International Youth Day in order to raise awareness about the various issues the youth faces all around the world. This need for awareness is much more significant for a young country like Pakistan with a 60-64% under-29 population. With such a large youth bulge, Pakistan ...

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Disease Trends For July 2015

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In the month of July 2015, a total of 1311 patients were treated. Off which 270  (20.59%) were male , 521  (39.74%) were Female  while 520 (39.66%) were children.

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Disease Trends For June 2015

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In the month of June 2015, a total of 1865 patients were treated. Off which 377  (20.21%) were male , 826  (44.28%) were Female  while 662 (35.49%) were children.

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Documentry Fliming

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" I have visited UM Healthcare Trust multiple times and am impressed by the way it is contributing in extending the best possible healthcare to poorest of poor.  Furthermore, I am deeply inspired by the commitment and devotion of the staff and the services being provided at the hospital.I wanted to ...

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Disease Trend For May 2015

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In the month of May 2015, a total of 2026 patients were treated. Off which 370  (18.26%) were male , 901  (44.47%) were Female  while 755 (37.26%) were children. In the month of May 2015 respiratory tract infection (upper and lower) was on the peak. The possible risk factors were polluted ...

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LOOKING FOR CERTAINTY IN UNCERTAIN TIMES

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I check the locks ten times every night to make sure we are not burgled” “I don’t go to crowded places, what if I have a heart attack and my family isn’t around to help me?” “I’ve stopped applying for jobs, my city doesn’t have any career opportunities, I don’t feel like ...

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Disease Trends For April 2015

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In the month of April 2015, a total of 1987 patients were treated. Off which  395 (19.87%) were male , 839  (42.22%) were Female  while 753 (37.89%) were children.  

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Health Workers: A Lone Ray of Hope

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The Global Health Workforce Alliance has been celebrating April 8-12 as World Health Worker Week since 2013 in an effort to recognize the invaluable services of health workers and increase awareness of the issues plaguing them.  Health workers are of paramount importance in developing countries, they’re at the forefront of ...

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