- Khyber Teaching Hospital
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North-West Frontier Province
Country = Pakistan
Type = Teaching
Emergency = Casualty 20 Beds
Health Department Govt of NWFP
Beds = 1200
Founded = 1976
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Khyber Teaching Hospital is a university hospital of
Khyber Medical Collegein the city of Peshawar, Pakistan. KTH is one of the largest hospitals in the country. It is a tertiary health care facility serving a large population of the NWFPprovince. The more than 500-bedded hospital has most of the major and minor medical and surgical departments.
Khyber Teaching Hospital formerly Hayat Shaheed Teaching Hospital opened in 1976 as a training and biomedical research facility for the medical students of KMC, Khyber Teaching Hospital is now a major health care facility of the country.
The hospital was commissioned in 1976 for the development of scientific and research base of the Province. It is octagonal in shape with extension of Y shaped wings in the form of units. The present capacity of beds is 1150. The recently constructed under ground passage and the over-head bridge have made safer the smooth flow of patients and students between KMC, IRNUM and KTH. During this period of 1976 to 2000 additions and deletions taking place within the developmental phases of the 3 tertiary care hospitals namely LRH, HMC made these institutions more effective, viable and productive for the beneficiaries i.e. patients, undergraduate and postgraduate trainees playing major role n human resource development in the health sector.
Khyber Medical College, first Medical College of N.W.F.P came into existence on 2.05.1954. Fulfillment of the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council requirements necessitated the creation of a Teaching Hospital. Initially Lady Reading Hospital Peshawar, the District Head Quarter Hospital, was utilized for the purpose. But sooner the need was felt to have a Purpose-built teaching hospital in close proximity of the College. Plan for such a hospital was initiated in 1958 and the idea finally materialized, when General Mohammad Musa, the Governor West Pakistan, laid the foundation stone of Khyber Teaching Hospital (at that time named as Ayub Teaching Hospital) on 30th November 1967. Khyber Medical College, an undergraduate institution, has been improving the quality of service provided to the patients. Through its various teaching departments its has upgraded the quality service program. The provincial assembly of North West Frontier Province has passed the act for upgradation of Khyber Medical College and Khyber College of Dentistry to Khyber Medical University (KMC) Peshawar.
Khyber College of Dentistry as department of Dentistry was created in 1964. It was upgraded from the status of a department of Khyber Medical College in 1990. Dr. Ahmad Iqbal was appointed as first Chairman and Principal of the Khyber College of Dentistry. The first batch graduated in 1968 and Pakistan medical and dental council accorded recognition to B.D.S degree in Nov 1968. From the modest start it has grown to become a fully developed teaching institute with its modern Oral and Dental hospital. Surgeries, Operation theater and wards were included in its building with pace of time.
School of Nursing Khyber Teaching Hospital also works as an allied institution with KTH for training of student nurses since inception of the institution.
The examination and award of degree for Khyber Medical College, Khyber College of Dentistry, BSc Nursing is performed by University of Peshawar, whereas for Nursing School the job is done by the Board of Nursing Peshawar.
Management Council (MC)
MC formarly IMC (Insitutional Management Committee) is a constituent body of the institution. The institution includes three major components.
1) Khyber Teaching Hospital, Peshawar
2) Khyber Medical College, Peshawar
3) Khyber College of Dentistry of Peshawar
MC Structure and Members
1) Chief Executive (Chairman)
2) Principal, Khyber Medical College, Peshawar (Member)
3) Principal, Khyber College of Dentistry, Peshawar (Member)
4) Medical Superintendent, Khyber Teaching Hospital, Peshawar (Secretary)
5) Director Finance, KTH, KMC, KCD, Peshawar (Member)
6) Three Ex-Offico Members( Ex-offico & Public representatives)
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