While SIUT as a medical institution is providing specialized medical care, it also keeps an eye on the future and ever growing needs of the population for specialized medical treatment in the days to come.
Sukkur: In 2009, SIUT Sukkur starts functioning, with an aim to meet the needs of the population living in remote parts of the Sindh province and other adjoining areas. Opening up of a full fledged unit at Sukkur has gone a long way in providing a comprehensive medical cover to the population at their door step. SIUT Sukkur's Unit provides outpatient facilities, dialysis, surgery, radiology, laboratory and lithotripsy. SIUT Sukkur caters to the patients who previously had to travel to Karachi to avail treatment from Baluchistan, Punjab and lower part of Sindh.
Kathore: In 2012 SIUT opened a Primary Health Care Centre in Kathore, which is a rural town of greater Karachi. SIUT has also acquired 100 acres of land there with a future plan of setting an Institute of Transplantation Sciences and Biotechnology. SIUT’s aim is to meet the challenges of medical sciences of the future. The proposed institute will house a training and research centre for post graduates, nurses and medical technologists.
Korangi: Always conscious and fully aware of the medical needs and logistical issues of the masses who are residing in far flung areas, in January 2013, SIUT established a hospital in Korangi Creek area of Karachi. Named after a philanthropist, SIUT Mehrunnisa Medical Center is presently performing over 1400 dialysis sessions per month.
Nazimabad: The SIUT-APWA Akram Khatoon Medical Center was also set up as a satellite dialysis center to facilitate the large number of kidney patients in district Central and West of Karachi. Ten dialysis machines function at the centre where over 8500 dialysis sessions are conducted annually. This center is of great benefit to the local community as it saves patients on commute time and cost. The premise was generously given by APWA was been renovated and refurbished by SIUT with the facility of a water purification plant, an essential requirement for dialysis.
Garden: Another satellite dialysis centre had started its services at Hajiani Chatul Bai Haji Khair Mohammad Shaikh of Matiari Complex Karachi in Garden West in August 2012. The building was donated by Shaikh of Matiary family. This centre equipped with 12 dialysis machines and a water purification plant is providing over 5000 dialysis sessions per year. Free to all patients residing in the vicinity.
Transplant Tower, Karachi: This project on completion is going to give a new dimension to the overall activities of SIUT as it is going to increase the scope of transplantation in Pakistan by expanding into liver and bone marrow transplantation. The future goal of SIUT is to include the transplantation of other organs as well. Construction of the Transplantation has already started.