Our Front line warriors
The Doctors at KGN Bannu ❤
Welcome to Bannu MTI
Hospital Director Message
We believe in the prays of our patients when they recover from any disease, Consequently, we strive for excellence, a safe environment, and the best healthcare not only limited to the patients but the community that strives to provide healthcare facilities and the best housekeeping of the hospital.
In the current COVID-19 pandemic we focused on patients’ care in isolated wards, and we want the community to know that they strive for their well-being and healthcare. While our healthcare practitioners at every level are driven to keep up to date with the latest advancements in healthcare so that patients get the most up-to-date care.
Dr. Akbar Jan ( Hospital Director )
Compellingly synergize granular portals with progressive models. Collaboratively evisculate
Collaboratively negotiate bricks-and-clicks value vis-a-vis 24/7 technology. Dramatically enable
Conveniently provide access to worldwide core competencies after efficient manufactured products.
Rapidiously administrate timely e-services vis-a-vis client-centric testing procedures.
We are here for you
Board Of Governors (BOG)
Right now, our healthcare workers are on the frontlines of battling the novel coronavirus disease (COVID-19) that’s spreading rapidly throughout our city, state, and nation. They are putting themselves in the path of this virus. Our doctors, nurses, technicians, transporters, EMTs, pharmacists, and everyone who supports patient care is rising to the occasion and caring for our most vulnerable populations.
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