P.N.S. Rahat Hospital

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PNS Rahat
Naval Jack of Pakistan.svg
Active 1954 - Present
Country  Pakistan
Branch Naval Jack of Pakistan.svg Pakistan Navy
Type Military hospital
Nickname(s) Pakistan Naval Hospital Complex-II
Motto(s) To conduct basic, mid career and specialized professional courses for Officers, AFNS Officers and Sailors of Medical Branch of Pakistan Navy and Allied Navies.
Surgeon Commander of Pakistan Navy Vice-Admiral Rashid Ahmad Khan, Surgeon General

The Pakistan Naval Station Rahat, or PNS Rahat Hospital, is a Pakistan Naval hospital and a technologically advanced[clarification needed] medical treatment center. Located at Karsaz Road in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan, PNS Rahat was established in 1954, by the United States Navy. It was given commissioned in 1994, and Vice-Admiral Rashid Ahmad Khan was appointed its first Surgeon-General of the PNS Rahat. The hospital has a team of Pakistan Navy medical doctors and surgeons, providing the best services to naval officers.

The hospital was upgraded in 1974.

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