History

Established in the year 1981, Hashmanis has successfully developed itself one of the most reputed names in the field of eye care. Launched as an institution keen to integrate the latest advancements in the field of eye care, Hashmanis is credited to introduce IOL in Pakistan in the year 1982 and then later introducing Phacoemulsification in the year 1995. Through Phacoemulsification, it was able to remove Cataract through small incisions without the need of any stitches.

Hashmanis streak of introducing new technologies has never stopped since its establishment in 1981. In 2004, Hashmanis introduces Wave Front LASIK technology in Pakistan. The following year, Hashmanis introduced the microphaco technique with rollabl IOLs, followed by the introduction of Torsional Phaco in 2006, and later on with the introduction of PHAKIC IOLs in Pakistan in the year 2007.

Throughout the years since its establishment, Hashmanis has been able to achieve one milestone after the other. It is one of the only few institutions in Pakistan which has been running nationwide campaigns to prevent blindness and has organized over 200 free eye camps in collaboration with the Muslim Association to provide the best eye care facilities to the people in remote areas. Today, Hashmanis is running five various charity hospitals in Pakistan, with two hospitals in Karachi, one in Swabi (KPK), one in Sahiwal (Punjab) and one in Kotri (Sindh). Hashmanis hospitals are recognized by CPSP for post graduate training as one of the best institutions for eye care.