Govt. Teaching Hospital Shahdara was established in March, 2013 by the Govt. of Punjab. The main purpose of constructing this hospital was to provide best healthcare facilities to the population of Shahdara and other towns in the vicinity. It was declared a Teaching Hospital in July, 2015 and was attached to Fatima Jinnah Medical University. In 2017, it was approved for FCPS training in Surgery, Gynae, Medicine, Nephrology, Paediatric Medicine, Anaesthesia and Urology. Since Jan-2018, postgraduate residents have been inducted in GTHS through CIP in both the FCPS and MD/ MS Programs. Recently, MS residents have also been inducted in the Orthopaedics Department. A total of 55 residents are getting their training in the above-mentioned disciplines. Total sanctioned beds in GTHS are 300, out of which currently 203 beds are functional. The faculty includes Associate Professors, Assistant Professors and Consultants working in various departments of GTHS and providing teaching and training to the postgraduate residents. The Indoor Department includes a Medical and Surgical Ward each consisting of 20 Beds (10 for males & 10 for females ), a 40-Bedded Gynae & Obstetrics Ward, a Paediatrics Ward of 20 Beds, a 10 bedded Paediatric Nursery Ward and a CCU/ ICU comprising of 07 beds. The hospital has a blood bank to cater for the blood need of emergency and indoor patients. A Pharmacy has also been provided for provision of free medicines to the patients.