Capital Smart City establishes world-class first ever Smart International Medical Research Institute
The Capital Smart City will establish a highly developed International Medical and Research Institute soon. The groundbreaking ceremony for the institute and contract signing took place in Islamabad on 6th April, 2021. People from different professions were seen attending the ceremony; including real estate magnates, doctors, and investors.
The institute was claimed to be the ‘biggest’ International Medical and Research Institute by the eminent Urologist Dr. Saeed Akhtar in his speech. For this very purpose; Mr. Zahid Rafiq, Chairman FDHL has donated 500 canals of land free of cost to IMRI.
The hospital will not only provide all types of health facilities but will also a great addition to the Capital Smart City when the pandemic is soaring towards the sky. It is said to be the initial host to a multidisciplinary hospital with 200 beds and includes medical, nursing, and smart research centers.
Institutes like these will help in bringing a sense of community while promoting continuous learning. The institute which will be established in Islamabad not only shows us the wonders of real estate but also contributes towards the facilitation of scientific collaboration and provides research support.
The hospital management further added that another ultra-modern medical college might just be in the works; which will offer MBBS, Pharmacy, and Nursing degrees to be precise. In connection with the aforementioned, an MoU has been signed with Future Development Holdings.
The addition of both these institutes in Islamabad is a step towards building the future of medicine. Health research has always been of high value to society as it can provide information about disease tendencies and risks which is what the institute will strive for.
It is hoped that more institutes like these are established all over Pakistan so that potential talent in the medicinal field doesn’t go to waste and no individual is left without access to medical treatment.