Jinnah Hospital, Lahore

About the Project

Jinnah Hospital Lahore, initially a 1100 Bed tertiary care hospital, after addition of new specialties/departments and completion of a fourth floor, will have over 1500 beds now. The hospital is attached to the Allama Iqbal Medical College and provides teaching facilities and training to undergraduate medical students.

IDAP assessed the present building facilities through its specialized consultants to gauge the quality systems present in the hospital. A report prepared by the consultants has provided the basis for the upgrading and modernizing work being carried out. It is essential to remove the primary infrastructural faults which include resolving general maintenance and repair issues, improving sanitary systems and washrooms, rehabilitation and upgrading of electricity systems and elevators.


Infrastructure Development Authority of the Punjab (IDAP) is an autonomous body established under the Infrastructure Development Authority of the Punjab Act 2016, for planning, designing, construction and maintenance of infrastructure in the province, in line with the best international practices, to cope with futuristic development needs. IDAP is a specialized organization free of encumbrances prevalent in public sector departments ... [Read More]