• DHQ Hospital Multan Road Lodhran
  • info@dhqhospitallodhran.gop.pk
  • +92 608 362488

About Hospital

The Government of Punjab is making strenuous efforts for a better and effective Health Care system .The Defining step in this direction was to recognize the importance of Health Care at Primary & Secondary Levels. As a first step towards better health care at primary and secondary level, a separate department was created. The basic mandate of Primary & Secondary Health Department is to focus on preventive health care in primary sector along with basic diagnostics and treatment facilities at secondary level. The context is to primarily lessen the load on tertiary care health facilities.

Newly established District Head Quarter Hospital Lodhran was inaugurated by Worthy Chief Minister of Punjab "Mian Muhammad Shahbaz Sharif" on October 12th 2013.

Whether a patient is coming in for a routine or a specialized procedure, they will always benefit from Strong’s unique ability to quickly implement the newest discoveries and advancements in medicine. A few of Strong’s many highly specialized services include:

  • Established as Civil Dispensary (THQ) 1978
  • Upgraded as DHQ Hospital since 1992
  • Total number of Beds: 125
  • Total area: 168 K, 15 M (941120 Sq. ft)
  • Covered area: 44 K
  • Uncovered area: 123 K, 5 M
  • Residential Block (Covered Area): 22 K (2,42,879 Sq. ft)
  • Hospital Block (Covered Area): 22 K (2,42,879 Sq. ft)
  • OPD Block: 53230 Sq. ft
  • Indoor Block:61327 Sq. ft

The major challenge for Primary & Secondary Health Department is to boost the confidence of general public in the primary health care system. The reality is that most of the institutions at secondary level are not currently providing health care services up to the desired level, owing to multiple factors including large patient influx, scarcity of resources, human resource deficiency and non-functional equipment. Due to lack of planning and monitoring, the past efforts did not conclude in the shape of integrated health care regime rather these have resulted in haphazard construction, poor maintenance, lack of basic facilities, absence of waiting areas and shabby outlook. Resultantly the patients prefer to visit tertiary level hospitals for treatment of even very common ailments. With this in view, the department under the guidance of CM Punjab has decided to launch massive revamping of 40 THQ & DHQ Hospitals in the current financial year.