To provide outstanding and comprehensive child health and neonatology services, fostering a culture of excellence, innovation, and compassion, and to be recognized as a leading center of excellence in the region.
To improve the health and well-being of children and newborns in Sindh by providing high-quality, patient-centered care, conducting cutting-edge research, and training the next generation of child health and neonatology professionals. We are committed to making a positive impact on the lives of the children and families we serve, and to working collaboratively with our partners to achieve the best possible outcomes for our patients.
The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit offers inpatient and intensive care treatments for Newborns, providing the best possible specialized care to its tiny patients. The NICU is managed by experienced doctors and a nursing team to provide quality care. 59-bedded is equipped with State-of-the-art Ventilators, Oxygen Blender (High Flow), Syringe pumps, Advanced Monitoring systems, and Phototherapy LightsRead More
The Pediatric Intensive Care Unit is specially designed to treat children fighting life-threatening diseases, the Twenty-eight-bed facility will heal many more infants, toddlers, and pre-teens whose fragile health requires special attention. Every room is equipped with state-of-the-art ventilators and advanced syringe pumps and monitoring systems to administer essential medicines.Read More
The 31-bedded general ward with advanced monitoring systems is a specific care unit that is specialty based with international standards.
The general ward is managed by experienced doctors and a nursing team to provide the quality care we are soon expanding the general ward to 100 bedded units, to serve quality care to our future generation.
The Children Hospital, Korangi Laboratory plays a crucial role in the diagnosis, treatment, and monitoring of various diseases and medical conditions in patients and it is equipped with advanced technology and equipment to conduct a wide range of medical tests and procedures. These tests include routine blood tests, blood chemistry, microbiology tests, Hematology tests, etc.Read More
Pediatric rehabilitation is a specialized medical field that focuses on improving the health, function, and quality of life of children with physical and developmental disabilities or injuries. SICHN provides comprehensive pediatric rehabilitation services to children who require rehabilitation due to a range of conditions including but not limited to cerebral palsy, spina bifida, traumatic brain injury, muscular dystrophy, and developmental delays.Read More
The Department of Radiology offers 24/7 services that cater to the needs of Inpatients by providing the best possible and modern diagnostic facilities. The Department caters to approximately 673 patients a month. It is fortified with a team of Radiologists and Trained/Certified Radiographers. Committed to service quality and following the needs of the time, the department is providing film-less radiology and is equipped with Picture Archiving and Communicating System (PACS).Read More
The General Pediatric Outpatient Department (OPD) at Children Hospital, Korangi is a specialized clinic that provides medical care for children up to 12 years of age. The OPD is staffed by a team of experienced pediatricians, Nurses and Support staff who work together to provide comprehensive medical care to children.Read More
Upgrade and modernize the existing facilities to ensure that the institute is equipped with the latest technology and equipment to provide high-quality care to children and newborns.
Expand the range of services offered by the institute to include specialized care for children with complex and chronic conditions. This will include the development of dedicated clinics for conditions such as cancer, heart disease, and genetic disorders.
Develop a robust research program focused on improving the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of child health and neonatology conditions. This will involve recruiting leading researchers and building collaborations with other research institutions.
Develop and implement strategies to improve access to care for children and newborns in remote and underserved areas of Sindh. This will include building partnerships with local healthcare providers and developing telemedicine and mobile health services.
Develop a comprehensive training program for medical students, residents, and fellows to ensure that the institute is producing well-trained and highly skilled child health and neonatology professionals.
Develop a strong community outreach program to raise awareness about child health and neonatology issues and to educate parents and caregivers about how to keep children healthy.
Develop a culture of quality and safety throughout the institute to ensure that patients receive the highest-quality care in a safe environment.
Building collaborations with international institutions to share knowledge, expertise and resources to provide better healthcare services to children in Sindh
Develop a sustainable business model to ensure the institute’s long-term financial stability and to support its ongoing operations.
Establish a strong governance and leadership structure to ensure the institute is well-managed and that its activities are aligned with its vision and mission.
Member of National Assembly (MNA) from MQM-Pakistan, Mr. Muhammad Abu Bakr, visited Children Hospital Karachi(SICHN). He was welcomed by Executive Director Professor Syed Jamal Raza, Chief Operating Officer Dr. Shahid Raza, and HR Manager Yasir Rafiq Khan, and also visited all the departments of the hospital. He requested for the cleanliness and lighting of the surroundings of the hospital. He instructed the Director of DMC, Mr. Wasim Shamim, and other DMC officers present there to immediately resolve the issues.
Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah on Friday formally inaugurated the 200-bed Sindh Institute of Child Health and Neonatology (SICHN) Children Hospital Korangi, which has a 28-bed paediatric intensive care unit (PICU) and 52-bed neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).
The children hospital is equipped with 21 ventilators, 26 high-flow ventilations, and 20 phototherapy lights. The hospital has 41-bed general paediatric wards and it has an out-patient department (OPD) to cater to 350 patients per day.
Dr. Azra Fazal Pechuho, the Health Minister of Sindh, visited Children Hospital Korangi #5 to review the healthcare facilities provided to the children. During her visit, she interacted with the Executive Direcotr, medical staff and inquired about the available resources and infrastructure. The minister also visited the wards and checked on the health condition of the admitted children. She emphasized the need for improving the healthcare system and providing better healthcare services to the children.
Sindh Institute of Child Health and Neonatology (SICHN) is a over-arching body established under the administrative control of the Health Department of Government of Sindh to look after the matters of child health in the province of Sindh.
Under the umbrella of SICHN, we aim to develop hospitals and health facilities in the field of Pediatrics and Neonatology. We would be developing specialized services like Neonatology, Pediatric Intensive Care, and other sub-specialties like Neurology, Oncology, Endocrinology, Gastro-enterology. We also aim to develop various specialties under Pediatric Surgery, like urology, neonatal surgery, GI, Orthopedics, Plastics and Neurosurgery.