Khyber Teaching Hospital is a university hospital of Khyber Medical College in 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 Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK). The more than 500-bedded hospital has most of the major and minor medical and surgical departments.
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... 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 ... The hospital was commissioned in 1976 for the development of scientific and research base of the Province ... developmental phases of the 3 tertiary care hospitals namely LRH, HMC made these institutions more effective, viable and productive for the beneficiaries i.e ...
... Khyber Teaching Hospital formerly Hayat Shaheed Teaching Hospital opened in 1976 as a training and biomedical research facility for the medical students ... The hospital was commissioned in 1976 for the development of scientific and research base of the Province ... 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 ...
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