As the saying goes, every brilliant idea is inspired by a personal need. For us at Rahmat hospital, it was no different. I owe it to this country, to the people of this country, and most importantly, I owe it to my father.
I vividly remember my world turning upside down when I heard about the serious illness of my father eleven years ago. We took him to several hospitals in Kabul, however, as fate would have it, my father did not recover from that illness and passed away. It was then and there that I decided to build Rahmat Hospital, which would deliver trusted and quality care to our people. That dream has become a reality now.
Rahmat Hospital is designed and built by Turkish architects, and is equipped with state of the art medical equipment and technology. Whilst we have purchased our MRI, CT-Scan, X-ray, and ultrasound Machines from Hitachi Japan, we use German and American diagnostic machines at our laboratory. In addition to providing quality health services to our people, we intend to provide work opportunities for 500 Afghans over time.
I have instructed all my team to serve the patients irrespective of their race, language, gender, or religion. I have tremendous amount belief in my medical and operation team’s capabilities, and I believe if we can get you the right treatment at a reasonable price, I would consider our work a success.
You deserve to be healthy, we enable it!
Rahmat Hospital was founded by Engineer Mohibollah Naseri on November 5, 2013 in the town of Sultan Mahmoud Ghaznavi in Qasbeh, District 15th, of Kabul city. The Rahmat Hospital has been designed by Turkish engineers based on the European Union and Turkish standards. Its construction work was completed on November 9, 2020 and became ready for operation.