French Medical Institute for Mothers and Children (FMIC) - founded in 2006 is a unique four-party public-private partnership between the Governments of Afghanistan and France, a French NGO – La Chaine de L’Espoir and the Aga Khan Development Network through the Aga Khan University Hospital. The evolution of FMIC from a children’s hospital to an-all-inclusive healthcare facility in 13 years speaks volumes about its growth and impacts. With the availability of 169 beds, modern facilities and above all, well-trained human resources, FMIC has risen to the challenge of charting a course towards sustainable health solutions for Afghanistan. Being the first ISO certified hospital in Afghanistan, FMIC envisions to be a leading institute of excellence and innovation in healthcare, research and education, providing exemplary, safe, comprehensive, accessible, sustainable services to Afghanistan and surrounding regions, while positively impacting the lives of patients and all others whom it serves.
Treating patients with problems with glands. Analyzing, examining, and investigating patients and their medical histories for signs and symptoms of hormonal imbalances.
- Review the patient’s medical records, including X-rays, blood work and other lab tests.
- Conduct a physical exam and order additional laboratory tests.
- Care the high-risk patients such as HIV/AIDS patients, who are at increased risk of secondary infections
Diagnosing and treating kidney-related illness or disease.
- Diagnosing and treating arthritis and other diseases of the joints, muscles, and bones.
- Conduct research to determine the causes and find better treatments for helping your patients fight and overcome disabling and often fatal diseases.
- Consultation for outpatient and inpatients
- Performing night duties, taking care of emergency patients, care of patients as per institution and department’s policies and protocols
- Training of Residents (in context of PGME Program), medical officers and junior doctors within department