The FMIC in Kabul, Afghanistan has evolved from a unique partnership between the French NGO, La Chaine de L’Espoire (CDE), the Aga Khan Development Network (AKDN), the French Government and Government of Afghanistan. These organizations and institutions have made a joint commitment to sustaining and building FMIC over the long term so that it eventually becomes a center of medical excellence for the region.
The Aga Khan University (AKU), Karachi, is responsible for managing FMIC.
Currently, the hospital provides160-bed inpatient care for children and adults, including 16 beds for paediatric intensive care, 17 bed adult cardiac care with a state of art cardiac catheterization laboratory, 52 new beds for maternal care and a 14 bed neonatal intensive care unit, six operation theatres, a department of radiology which includes CT-Scan and MRI capabilities, a state-of-the-art laboratory, a 24 hour pharmacy service and outpatient services for the adult population in medical and surgical specialties.
FMIC is working towards expansion of its health services towards establishing a comprehensive 400 bed Academic Medical Complex