The Australian Concept Infertility Medical Center was established in 1998 with Australian technical collaboration in Karachi, Pakistan. His Excellency Mr. Geoffrey-C-Allen, The then Australian High Commissioner of Pakistan, formally inaugurated the Australian Concept Infertility Medical Center on the 9th of October 1998. It still remains an unforgettable day for all our dedicated team because it was on this day that we also recorded our first positive pregnancy for one of our patients.
The satisfaction and pride we feel when we see the happiness and joy on the faces of positive patients is our ultimate reward. We, at Australian Concept, put our patients before everything else. Our sole concern is to give you what you yearn for most – a child that you so rightly deserve – and that too in the safety of the most technologically advanced and hygienically controlled environment that can easily compete with international standards.
Australian Concept Infertility Medical Center is proud to be the pioneer in offering world-class Infertility Treatment options across Pakistan. Australian Concept Infertility Medical Center has developed expertise in the transfer of technologies, procurement, training, implementation, operation, and efficient management and delivery of healthcare services. Below are some of the key highlights of Australian Concept Infertility Medical Center achievements since its inception in 1998.
Dr. Hussain is a graduate of medicine from Dow Medical College. He passed the Sindh Public Service Commission exam in 1974 and joined the Health Services of Government of Sindh. Throughout his career of 34 years with the Government of Sindh, Dr. Hussain held many important positions. For example, Dr. Hussain was RMO GEN-1 responsible for entire Surgical and Medical store procurement at one of the biggest hospitals in Pakistan. In recognition of his passion for the service of humanity combined with his unique skills in public dealing, conflict resolution, and management, Dr. Sajjad promoted to the important positions of Deputy Medical Superintendent and Additional Medical superintendent. He remained in the mainstream administration of a highly demanding and overloaded prestigious institute of Civil Hospital Karachi from 1974 to 1995. At the time Civil Hospital Karachi was the biggest Hospital of the country with bed strength of 1750 and 9 operation theatres and 36 departments. The Hospital had one of the busiest Emergency Departments in the world. He has headed many large public hospitals as the Chief Executive / Medical Superintendent. In 1995 he joined the World Bank Family Health Project as the Project Director. He was instrumental in developing rural health service structure and primary care services along with various immunization programs. He was also a member of many project committees with the World Bank and represented the Health Department at the top economic planning commission forum from 1995 to 1997