UM Healthcare Trust

Affordable healthcare for rural Pakistan

  • Watch the Glimpse of Nursing Counter-(e-data of patient)

    At UM Healthcare Trust,  we are successfully running a Jaroka Tele-Healthcare Project which uses web and mobile technology to make healthcare accessible at remote and resource challenges rural areas. As part of Jaroka, we electronically record the patient data including their vitals, treatment history, medical results and perceptions of  all of ...

  • Myths Proved False

     “It was astonishing to find out that Wi-Fi was available free of cost at UM Trust. Furthermore, the hospital management is offering it free for students, rural health workers and communities so that they can stay connected with outside world while living in the remote area” – Mariam Mustafa “At nursing ...

  • NEGLECTED? Not Any More

    “I always took my son as a normal child who suffered from severe weakness due to serious spiritual problems. Since I couldn’t afford to visit hospitals in city, the only choice I had was to take my son to holy shrines for prayers for his healthy life. ”—Bilal’s mother.  No one ...

  • Some people live forever — Farewell Sher Akbar Kaka

    "Farewell dear friend, close your eyes, be not afraid.  Life’s not about how long you stayed it’s a reflection of the lives you touched, for whom you cared and loved so much”.  -- Obituary (reference newspaper) Mr.Sher Akbar, known as Kaka was one of the founders of UM Healthcare Trust and member ...

  • Warm Welcome to Dr.Jamila

    UM Healthcare Team is pleased to announce the selection and recruitment of Dr.Jamila as the new addition in the family of UM Healthcare Trust. Dr.Jamila joined us in July, 2013 as a Female Medical Doctor. Dr.Jamila has done her MBBS from Kandhaka, Medical University, Peshawar and she also holds a degree ...

  • TEDMED 2013 – How I see it.

    Last month (16-19th April), I had the incredible opportunity to attend world largest healthcare event, TEDMED 2013, as a Frontline scholar at John F. Kennedy Center, Washington DC, USA. This was my first ever TED experience and I am extremely grateful to ISIF ASIA and APNIC to have provided me ...

Disease Trends For March 2014

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In the month of March  2014, a total of  1660  patients were treated. Off which 324  (19.51%) were male , 765  (46.08%) were Female  while 571 (34.39%) were children.

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Disease Trends For February 2014

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In the month of February  2014, a total of  1649  patients were treated. Off which 295  (17.88%) were male , 771  (46.75%) were Female  while 583 (35.35%) were children.  

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Watch the Glimpse of Nursing Counter-(e-data of patient)

Posted by Shamila Keyani Comments Off

At UM Healthcare Trust,  we are successfully running a Jaroka Tele-Healthcare Project which uses web and mobile technology to make healthcare accessible at remote and resource challenges rural areas. As part of Jaroka, we electronically record the patient data including their vitals, treatment history, medical results and perceptions of  all of ...

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Myths Proved False

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 “It was astonishing to find out that Wi-Fi was available free of cost at UM Trust. Furthermore, the hospital management is offering it free for students, rural health workers and communities so that they can stay connected with outside world while living in the remote area” – Mariam Mustafa “At nursing ...

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Disease Trends For January 2014

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In the month of January  2014, a total of 1615  patients were treated. Off which 363  (22.47%) were male , 679  (42.04%) were Female  while 573 (35.47%) were children. RTI (upper & lower) were mostly recorded in the month of January due to infectious agents and environmental factors. Gastroenteritis patients were enrolled ...

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Disease Trends For December 2013

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In the month of December 2013, a total of 1828  patients were treated. Off which 337  (18.43%) were male , 650  (35.55%) were Female  while 841 (46.00%) were children.

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Disease Trends For November 2013

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In the month of November 2013, a total of 1424  patients were treated. Off which 261  (18.32%) were male , 602  (42.27%) were Female  while 561(39.39%) were children. In November as the weather is going on dry and dry so diseases of respiratory system are on peak. Beside it Gastroenteritis and ...

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NEGLECTED? Not Any More

Posted by Shamila Keyani Comments Off

“I always took my son as a normal child who suffered from severe weakness due to serious spiritual problems. Since I couldn’t afford to visit hospitals in city, the only choice I had was to take my son to holy shrines for prayers for his healthy life. ”—Bilal’s mother.  No one ...

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Disease Trends For October 2013

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In the month of October 2013, a total of 1571  patients were treated. Off which 339  (21.57%) were male , 668  (42.52%) were Female  while 564(35.90%) were children. In the month of October RTI were on peak as the weather is going on cold so RTI are observing almost and specially ...

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Disease Trends For September 2013

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In the month of September 2013, a total of 2210  patients were treated. Off which  465 (21.0%) were male ,  977 (44.2%) were Female  while 768 (34.8%) were children. In the month of September as the climatic condition in transition stage becoming cold so Respiratory tract diseases were on peak. Gastroenteritis were ...

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