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Pakistan’s healthcare problems are numerous. When we look at the average citizen seeking healthcare he or she is faced with few options, the quality options are beyond the budget of the average Pakistani while the affordable ones typically do not offer great quality. The patient self-medicates, pays excessive amounts for good quality care in a private setup or waits in long lines at government run OPDs.

Clinic5 was created as a solution to these problems. The idea is simple, we provide quality care at a cost that the average Pakistani can afford.

Every woman and child should receive quality healthcare that is affordable.

Establish clinics for women and children across all tier 1 and tier 2 cities of Pakistan, which offer quality services, at an affordable price.

  1. Bridge the gap between tertiary care centers and private clinics.
  2. Reduce the burden of disease over all by providing primary care in communities we serve.
  3. The quality and affordability is always monitored.
  4. Patients are given time and medical attention, and counseling is an integral component of the care pathway.

Founding Members

Dr Naseeruddin Mahmood

Dr. Naseeruddin Mahmood

Co-Founder, Director Strategy

Dr. Mahmood is a co-founder of Clinic5. Trained in the USA and Canada he is a renowned pediatrician based out of Karachi. He is one of the founding trustees of Child Life Foundation and also on the board of Sina Trust. He is a faculty member at Aga Khan University Hospital and also runs his own private pediatric practice. Dr. Mahmood is a philanthropist at heart and advises both the Indus Hospital and Karachi Relief Trust.

Dr Mohsin Ali Mustafa

Dr. Mohsin Ali Mustafa

Co-Founder, Director Operations

Dr. Mustafa is a co-founder at Clinic5. Dr. Mustafa graduated from the Aga Khan University and chose to pursue public health and healthcare management. He managed strategy for health ventures at the Aman Foundation in the past. This position allowed him to engage at several levels of healthcare delivery within Pakistan, and during this time he developed a particular interest in sustainable market-based health solutions. He is a 2015 Asia 21 Young Leader at the Asia Society and a regional fellow at the Acumen fellowship for social entrepreneurs.

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