You can get the information by calling our UAN 111-456-456 and asking for respective clinical department
You can visit OPD Schedule at our website and / or confirm by calling 021-34413011 or 021-34413012
Yes, you can call on OPD numbers.
If available, the following shall be brought at the first appointment:
- Medical records - past medical records pertinent to your diagnosis, such as x-rays, test results, and consultation reports
- Immunization records - an up-to-date record of immunizations.
- A list of any allergies this includes food, medication and materials.
- Referral letters from General Practitioner (GPs) or any doctor (if applicable).
In case of appointment, one hour after the registration.
When you will arrive at the registration counter, you will be given a Medical Record Card along with registration slip.
On your second visit to LNH, bring your Medical Record Card for your information retrieval. In case if you forget your Medical Record Card, give your name and cell number at the registration counter. Once the initial evaluation is made, your medical team will develop a management plan specifically for you. This plan will be explained to you in detail.
For information and queries you may contact our Department of Radiology which can provide you the information regarding the different tests performed at LNH.
You may contact on:
- For CT Scan: 021-34412252
- For MRI: 021-34412698
- For Ultra sound: 021-34412280
- For Nuclear Medicine:021-34412483
- For Mammography:021-34412351
Reporting time depends upon the type of test being performed. Reports of simple procedures are available earlier while the more complex ones need more time. The reports will be available on line and can be collected from report collection units on the time communicated to you while the receipt was given to you; however it is advisable to confirm the pickup time for the test report collection from the relevant department. For information and queries: 021-34412585 & 021-34412573.
Yes, LNH offers rehabilitation services in following disciplines:
- Cardiac Rehabilitation
- Pediatric Rehabilitation
- Geriatric Rehabilitation
- Neurological Rehabilitation
- Hand Reconstructive Surgery Rehabilitation
- Occupational Therapy
- Speech Therapy
- Psycho Therapy
You may contact 021-34412216 and 021-34412605 for further queries and details.
Conveniently located at the centre of the city as an eminent landmark in Karachi, LNH is the largest private tertiary care hospital with 700 plus beds serving the community for more than 60 years in all medical disciplines. The hospital functions round the clock. It is fully equipped with the most advanced and sophisticated equipments to meet all your diagnostic and treatment needs. Coming to Liaquat National Hospital means complete management and treatment under one roof.
In case of an emergency, it is advised to bring the patient directly to the Accident and Emergency Department in LNH.
At Liaquat National Hospital, patient can get admission through OPD, E/R depending upon your need and the nature of your problem. Details can be obtained from the admission office at 021-34412262, 021-34413078 & 021-34412811.
Before your patient leaves the hospital, you will be counseled regarding the follow-up appointment in our outpatient clinic.
Visits from family and friends can make a hospital stay seem shorter and brighten a patient's day. However, it's also important that our patients get the rest they need to recover and be ready to go home.
Daily visiting hours are from 4:30 pm to 6:30 pm.
Only two visitors at a time are permitted for each patient. Children under the age of 14 are not allowed to visit the patients. Our patients are more vulnerable to infections, so visitors with a cold, flu, vomiting, diarrhea, fever, rashes, fifth disease, head lice, chicken pox or other infection should wait until their condition has improved before visiting.
No jewelry or large sums of money. LNH is not responsible for money or other valuables brought in by patients and families. Alcoholic beverages, weapons or illegal drugs are not permitted in any area of the hospital. Any visitor who brings these items to the hospital will be escorted out by a security guard and may be refused subsequent visiting privileges
Keep a list of all the medications your patient takes, including herbal or nutritional supplements and vitamins. Bring a list of medications and reports to all your appointments. Include prescriptions, over-the-counter medications and dietary supplements like vitamins and herbs. Tell your doctor about drug allergies if known. Ask about side effects and what to avoid while taking the medication. Ask the pharmacist if the medicine looks different than one you previously used.
Our hospital cafeterias serve breakfast, lunch and dinner at minimal cost and are open to patients and families.
No, LNH is smoke free facility and we appreciate your cooperation.
Process needs to go through Social welfare Department.
Yes, if registered in Hospital Corporate Department.
You can fill the feedback form available in all OPDs or visit hospital complain department.
LNH advertises job vacancies in leading newspapers from time to time. You may also visit our Careers page at www.lnh.edu.pk/careers for current job vacancies.
LNH inducts postgraduate trainees for FCPS Residency Training, twice a year in January and July. The advertisement for residency training appears in the selected national newspaper, a month prior to the induction date. The advertisement is also updated on LNH Website.
The online application form will be available after admissions are announced through an advertisement. The advertisement is published in the selected newspaper and updated on the LNH Website. Applicants are required to complete the online application form and submit the printed Application Form along with the required documents and the prescribed fee, to the Cash Department, Ground Floor, Administration Building at Liaquat National Hospital from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, or from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturday.
The following documents must be submitted along with the application form:
- Four recent passport-size photographs
- Updated CV
- FCPS Part 1 Letter
- MBBS Degree with Mark Sheet
- House Job Certificate
- Certificates and Marks sheets of Matric/O-Level and Intermediate/A-Level.
- Valid PMDC Registration/License
- Computerized National Identity Card (CNIC)
- COVID Vaccination Certificate (must be fully vaccinated)
- Experience certificates (if any)
The online application form will not be processed unless the printed version of the application form is submitted along with the pre-requisite documents and prescribed application processing fee.
The application processing fee is payable in cash at the Cash Department, Ground Floor, Administration Building, Liaquat National Hospital, from 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, and from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. on Saturday. The fee is non-refundable and non-transferable.
The application processing fee is Rs.2500. The fee can only be paid after the applicant has submitted the online application form. The Fee Voucher can be downloaded after submitting the online application.
Applicants can apply for residency training in multiple disciplines for which an online application form must be filled out and submitted separately for each discipline along with the separate fee and documents.
The application deadline for LNH residency training is June 3, 2023. Applications received after the deadline will not be accepted.
Eligibility criteria are as follows:
- 1. MBBS degree from an institution recognized by Pakistan Medical & Dental Council (PM&DC)
- 2. One-year Internship/House Job
- 3. Valid PM&DC Registration/License
- 4. FCPS Part 1 from the College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan (CPSP)
- 5. Required training completed in either General Medicine or General Surgery as applicable for any subspecialty
The candidates who have submitted the application form, paid the fee and submitted the documents will be contacted by the HR Department through email and SMS for a test schedule or interview date (as applicable). The test schedule will also be updated on the LNH Website.
The test comprises scenario-based MCQs covering clinical subjects.
The scenario-based multiple choice questions mostly cover clinical subjects.
No, there is no prescribed book(s) to prepare for the test.
Applicants must bring the Applicant’s Copy of the fee voucher along with the original CNIC. Photocopies of the fee voucher and screenshots shall not be accepted.
No, if you have chosen a specific path in General Medicine/General Surgery (2-year or 4-year), you cannot switch to another path, according to CPSP criteria.