Around seventy per cent of patients that seek treatment at TKC are under privilege and cannot afford the cost of treatment. Therefore, with generous support of our donors, we provide comprehensive renal care either free-of-cost or at largely subsidized rates to “mustaheq” patients who cannot afford the cost of treatment.  So far in the last financial year (July 2016-June 2017), our Welfare Department has spent over Rs. 273,294 million on treatment of 89,272 patients.  All Zakat/charity funds are utilized to support patients who are unable to afford their medical treatment.

Recent medical surveys show that one in four Pakistanis suffer from some form of Kidney disease and any patient requiring maintenance dialysis will be dependent on a machine for the rest of his or her life!

Moreover, the very nature of Kidney failure in which a vital organ of the human body, which works 24 hours cleansing our blood of all toxins, begins to fail and requires a machine to do the work instead, has serious implications. This realization has not only a physical but a deep psychological impact on the patient. That is when the support of a hospital, in terms of services and professional expertise, becomes a key factor in the well-being of a patient.

 Amount (PKR)
Dialysis (per month) (13 sessions)Rs.35,100
Dialysis (per year) (156 sessions)Rs. 421,200
Erythropoietin Injections (per month)Rs. 6,000
Advance diagnostic procedures (e.g. CT Scan)Rs. 10,500
Lithotripsy Package Rs. 21,375
Stent Insertion/RemovalRs. 26,270
URS (Uretro-Renoscopy)Rs. 35,000
TURP (Removal of Prostate)Rs. 46,750
Nephrectomy (Kidney Removal)Rs. 54,000
PCNL (Endoscopic Procedure)Rs. 54,750