FAQs | Liaquat National Hospital and Medical College



You can get the information by calling our UAN 111-456-456 and asking for respective clinical department

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.