Jinnah Hospital, Lahore

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Jinnah Hospital
جناح سپتال
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Jinnah Hospital, Lahore is located in Pakistan
Jinnah Hospital, Lahore
Location in Pakistan
Location Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
Coordinates 31°29′05″N 74°17′51″E / 31.4846°N 74.2975°E / 31.4846; 74.2975Coordinates: 31°29′05″N 74°17′51″E / 31.4846°N 74.2975°E / 31.4846; 74.2975
Care system Tertiary care
Funding Ministry of National Health Services
Punjab Department of Health
Hospital type Teaching
Affiliated university Allama Iqbal Medical College
Founded 1996
Lists Hospitals in Pakistan

Jinnah Hospital (Urdu: جناح سپتال‎) (named after Quaid-e-Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah founder of Pakistan) in Lahore[1] is the second largest[citation needed] teaching hospital in the Pakistani province of Punjab spread over 105 acres (42 ha).


The hospital is named after the founder of Pakistan, Muhammad Ali Jinnah. It began operations in 1994, with very limited facilities, and was formally inaugurated on 2 February 1996, although with only basic specialties at first.[2] In 2005 it added a new 100 bed Accident & Emergency Department.

The number of patients increased from 500,000 in 2003 to 700,000 in 2007.[2]

The Medical Magazine[edit]

Medical related magazine Med-Mag founded by Dr.Asad Ali and Prof.Dr.Arif Siddiqui under patron-ship of Prof.Dr.Javed Akram starting from Jinnah Hospital Lahore in March 2012. The magazine will comprise Research section, Cases section, Articles section, Future & advancements in the field of medicine, the schedules of symposiums, workshops & a newsletter.[citation needed] The Medical magazine intend to provide platform for the house officers, postgraduate trainee’s, and other medical related personnel to include their minor or major researches, case compilations, their articles of interests and any message from faculty members which they want to share with other doctors through this magazine.[3][non-primary source needed]


  1. ^ Google maps. "Address of Jinnah Hospital". Google maps. Retrieved 23 September 2013. 
  2. ^ a b "Archived copy". Archived from the original on January 15, 2012. Retrieved January 8, 2012. 
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