(Late) Abdul Razzak Tabba
(Late) Abdul Razzak Tabba founder and first chairman of Tabba Kidney Institute was not only a well known entrepreneur but also a great philanthropist. His mission was to eliminate poverty from people of Pakistan in return of what he earned from this country. The Foundation has many projects in hand, in the fields of housing, education and healthcare throughout Pakistan. The healthcare facilities include state of the art Cardiac and Kidney Institute. Both facilities are situated at the Centre of thickly populated Karachi and providing welfare service to underprivileged community at large from all over Pakistan.
2016 - Tabba Kidney Institute expansion
Tabba Kidney Institute expanded its services and relocated into new premises in 2016.
2012 - Urology Services and ICU
Further in 2012, Urology Services and an Intensive Care Unit have been added to the hospital.
2010 - ISO Certified
In 2010 it was ISO certified.
2001 - Transformed Into Complete Nephrology
In 2001 it was transformed into a complete nephrology care set-up with inpatient and outpatient facilities and renamed Tabba Kidney Institute.
1995 - Foundation
TABBA Kidney Institute (previously known as Aziz Tabba Dialysis Centre) was started as a dialysis centre in 1995.
TABBA Kidney Institute (previously known as Aziz Tabba Dialysis Centre) was started as a dialysis centre in 1995. Today it enjoys the distinction of being a private sector-enterprise, dependant entirely on the generosity of Tabba family at large, pro- viding renal treatment of all kinds under one roof, without any distinction of cast, colour, creed or ﬁnancial status, with the help of state-of-the-art technology and modern expertise.
The nephrology service at the institute started with four station dialysis units in 1995 and since then nephrology service has grown exponentially. At present, the service is run by full time nephrologists. It is supported by registrars and resident medical officers. The fully established state-of- the-art Hemodialysis department has been operating since July 1995. The department is equipped with 50 dialysis stations running four shifts a day. It has dedicated machines for hepatitis C reactive, hepatitis B reactive and for negative patients. It has more than 350 registered patients. Outpatient services provide consultation where a nephrologist is available seven days a week. The department is backed by state-of-the-art ICU, fully equipped with latest monitoring system, along with ventilators to support both surgical and medical patients.
The in-patient Nephrology services include a 26 bed general ward in addition to private rooms. Recently a state-of-the-art high-ﬂux dialysis unit is established with six stations; where every patient is provided a separate cubical to provide privacy. On the vision of our CEO, to convert this institute into postgraduate nephrology training programme. A comprehensive postgraduate training programme is formulated and soon will be submitted to College of Physicians and Surgeons, Pakistan for approval. The Urology Department of the Tabba Kidney Institute had also a very modest beginning in 2012. Initially there was only one Junior Consultant. There was only a single operating room and that too with very limited facilities for open surgery and a few endoscopic procedures. Support services of Radiology and Laboratory were available but the anesthesia service was also limited.
However even with the limited facilities, quality care was ensured and efforts were directed to providing continuous improvement.
With the efforts of our CEO and his support in form of funds, we were able to expand. In 2016, the urology department was able to move to its present location on the third ﬂoor where a complete unit with provision of up to 30 inpatient beds is made. At about the same time, our present operating suite with three operating rooms and a recovery area along with surgeons and technicians rooms are opened. A C-arm image intensiﬁer and other endoscopic equipments are also added to the department.
Now the department of urology has one full time and two part-time Urologists. A female urologist/urogyne-cologist is also available who offers the latest surgical technique of TVT [mid-urethral sling] for female stress urinary incontinence.
Tabba Kidney Institute is now an ISO certiﬁed 100 bed renal care hospital. It provides comprehensive Nephro-urological and allied medical treatment under one roof on a not for proﬁt basis.
Mission & Vision
Tabba Kidney Institute aims at providing comprehensive care, of highest standard, to patients with kidney diseases on a not-for-profit basis. Create awareness about kidney diseases and its prevention. To be a teaching, training and research Centre par excellence.
Tabba Kidney Institute is committed to improve the quality of life through:
• Prevention Awareness and Education to the masses.
• Care Providing compassionate, fair, equitable and ethical care to our patients.
• Education Develop healthcare Professionals through structured educational programs related to Renal and Renal related diseases.
• Research Carry out research to prevent and cure the disease
- Patient care and priority.
- Quality health care.
- Honesty & Integrity.
- Consistent improvements.
- Creativity & Innovation.
MUHAMMAD YOUNUS TABBA (CHAIRMAN AZIZ TABBA FOUNDATION)
In the business world, profit and growth are given the highest priority. However, the ultimate assessment of any business enterprise, especially the larger ones,is its social function. This applies particularly to its utilization of profit, be it for the best possible upliftment of its workforce, espousing social and national development causes, or for rendering services to mankind as a whole by way of charity to alleviate poverty and serving the underprivileged members of society. It has become imperative that resourceful people either jointly or in apersonal capacity work as building-blocks to improve the ethical values in our society. I personally feel that the suffering of individuals has increased multifold because of erosion in human values. In order to address these inequalities, inequalities, the Aziz Tabba Foundation was established in 1987 with the aim of providing housing, medical care, education, marriage and vocational training facilities to build a strong and vibrant Pakistan. The Aziz Tabba Foundation is playing its part to complement the state infulfilling the constitutional directives of providing basic liberties and developing a more equitable society. The Aziz Tabba Foundation aspires to facilitate a just, humane, equitable and sustainable Pakistan. It is a daunting task but one we consider our national responsibility. The Foundation reiterates its unflinching commitment to serve the people, giving a ray of hope and a helping hand to those who would otherwise feel alone and abandoned. In the last but not the least, I must congratulate Muhammad Ali Tabba (CEO) of Tabba Kidney Institute for his recent achievement, in building a state of the art kidney care facility.
MUHAMMAD ALI TABBA (CEO TABBA KIDNEY INSTITUTE)
The Aziz Tabba Foundation was established in 1987 with the aim to provide humanitarian and welfare services as well as medical treatment of the highest standards to the poor and the needy and serves as a testimony to the philianthropic spirit of our forefathers. The foundation is a manifestation of an audacious dream to inspire and facilitate transformative change – a philosphy which is committed to enhance the quality of life of people from marginalized and vulnerable communities. The foundation carries out various activties for the betterment of our society in the areas of health, education enhancing economic prosperity and uplifting the underprivileged. Through such efforts, we strive to bring about a positive change in our society and reform the lives of those in need. One of the key area of focus of Aziz Tabba Foundation is health care and providing advanced medical treatment in the field of cardiology, nephrology and urology to patients at an affordable cost. Under its patronage the foundation runs Tabba Heart Institute which is a specialized cardiac institute comprising of 175 beds with a primary objective to promote excellence in the field of cardiovascular health. The Aziz Tabba Foundation aspires to facilitate a just, humane and sustainable Pakistan. It is a daunting task but one we consider sacred. We face huge obstacles but are determined to perform social activities in order to serve our communities and ensure the wellbeing of society. On this auspicious occasion I pray that the Tabba Kidney Institute stands as a beacon of excellence in Pakistan and be a source of deliverance and convalescence for its patients and community at large.