OPD & IBP 24 Hours
30 modern operation theatres.
70 senior Pakistani doctors recruited from UK & other countries.
Dr-Suleman Khan Assistant Professor & Head Of Department Of Rheumatology
Radiology Department MRI
Radiology Department MRI
Welcome to Lady Reading Hospital
Lady Reading Hospital It was established in 1927 and it is just 200 meters away in the south of the Grand Trunk Road, behind the famous historical Qila Balahisar. Famous Masjid Muhabat Khan,Ander Shehr bazaar, Qissa Khawani bazaar and Khyber bazaar is across the road of LRH. LRH is just outside historical wall in the jurisdiction of cantonment board.
History of Lady Reading Hospital
This was the highest office in the British India ever attained by a Jew. He was accompanied by his spouse Lady Reading. She was fascinated by the view of the city from Qila Balahisar where they had lodged.She expressed her desire to see the city. She was provided horse in compliance with her desire. She visited the city. As she was returning to the fort the horse took the fright causing fall of the Lady from the horse. This resulted in some injuries to the Lady Reading. Non-availability of medical aid instantly made her unconscious. She was rushed to Agerton Hospital where the facilities were scanty. Unable to deal with her injuries, she was shifted to the Royal Artillery Hospital now called "Combined Military Hospital" (or CMH) Peshawar, where she was given proper treatment. The immense impact of this incident on her made it imperative to construct a hospital. On retirement of Lord Reading in 1926 she came to Peshawar from Delhi and campaigned to construct a standard hospital in place of Agerton Hospital. She donated Rs.52,000. (Fifty two thousand) for the construction. This new hospital was subsequently named Lady Reading Hospital.
Later on, the hospital was given into status of District Headquarters hospital with 150 beds and in 1930 it was a 200-bed hospital. Doctor Khan Bahadur Abdul Samad Khan became the first Medical Superintendent of the hospital. Doctor Muhammad Ayaz Khan was appointed the first Administrator of the hospital in 1973. This hospital became affiliated to Khyber Medical College in 1955 with medical, surgical, ENT, Eye, and T.B. wards. According to a 2008 estimate, its out-patient clinic sees above 2500 patients per day and the casualty cases at the Accidents and Emergency department number more than 1500 or 1800 per day.
- To treat patients with dignity, respect, and compassion.
- To respect the privacy and confidentiality of all patients.
- To provide equal treatment to all patients without regard to age, race, creed, or gender.
- To provide the most accurate diagnosis and the best available treatment to all patients.
- To provide the highest quality of teaching for all medical and non-medical trainees and students.
- To conduct all procedures and activities with transparency, equity and justice.
- To treat all employees with justice, respect and honesty.
At LRH Hospital we recognize the value of every person and are guided by our commitment to excellence. We demonstrate this by: providing exemplary physical and psychological care for each of our patients and their families, building a work environment where each person is valued, respected and has an opportunity for personal and professional growth Our management is providing technical guidance to the Hospital.
- To provide safe and quality health care to patient.
- To provide health care that is timely, geographically reasonable, and provided in a setting where skills and resources are appropriate to medical need.
- To provide health care that is adherent to an evidence base and results in improved health outcomes for individuals and communities.
- To provide health care in a manner which maximizes resource use and avoids waste.
- To provide health care which does not vary in quality because of personal characteristics such as gender, race, and ethnicity.
- To provide health care which takes into account the preferences and aspirations of individual service users and the cultures of their communities.
- To improve the organizational structures and leadership focus on quality improvement and patient safety culture by creating awareness and providing education and training in these areas.
- To monitor success towards institutional vision by strategic measurements using structure, process, and outcome indicators/measures for all the core clinical and managerial processes.
- To improve core clinical and managerial processes with the aim of providing well-coordinated patient centered care that will enhance customer and/or patient satisfaction.
- To train more and more faculty and staff members on quality improvement and patient safety issues through different techniques and tools.
- To integrate and coordinate all the various components and activities of quality improvement and patient safety across the institution.
- To comply with, maintain, and continually improve the quality and patient safety through internationally recognized accreditation, Joint Commission International Accreditation (JCIA) Standards for Hospitals including standards for Academic Medical Center hospitals etc.
Quality health care "the degree to which health care services for individuals and populations increase the likelihood of desired health outcomes and are consistent with current professional knowledge."
- Quality Assurance Department aims to institutionalize quality through ongoing assessment and using results of assessment for continues quality improvement.
- Govt. of KP through Health Care Commission (HCC) given the task to Third Party of conducting the performance audit of tertiary care MTIs.
- Two assessments conducted since April 2017
- Identified areas for improvement and recommendations given according to hospital requirements
- These assessments will continue to be conducted in future.
- The performance is measured according to Joint Commission International Accreditation (JCIA) Standards 5th Edition.
The policies/protocols for first eight chapter’s i.e.
- International Patient Safety Goals (IPSG)
- Access to Care and Continuity of Care (ACC)
- Patient and Family Rights (PFR)/Patient Family Education (PFE)
- Assessment of Patients (AOP)
- Prevention and Control of Infections (PCI)
- Facility Management and Safety (FMS)
- Staff Qualifications and Education (SQE)
- Medical Professional Education (MPE)
It has been approved and circulated for implementation.