KARACHI: The Institute of Business Administration (IBA), Karachi in collaboration with Martin Dow inaugurated a dedicated health facility at its main campus on Tuesday. The event was attended by prominent personalities from the corporate world, the IBA graduates, faculty and students. Martin Dow, one of the largest locally owned pharmaceutical groups in Pakistan, has collaborated with Pakistan’s top business school, IBA, to provide quality healthcare facilities for its students, faculty and staff. The Health Centre has been set up to provide quality healthcare facilities for IBA staff, students and faculty alike and will be operational six days a week. The clinic will provide the students of IBA with high quality medical facilities at the campus which will address the concern of medical needs during the rigorous academic schedules of the students throughout the study years. Dean and Director IBA, Dr Farrukh Iqbal, while acknowledging the generous contribution of Rs. 30 million from Martin Dow in setting up the clinic, said that the health centre will make a difference to the care and comfort of staff and faculty.” Speaking on the occasion, Sattar Akhai, Group Chairman Martin Dow said that he was honored to be opening the health centre for the members of the IBA family. “I understand that the routine in educational institute can be rigorous and can easily take a toll on your health. Hence it will take care of first-aid, emergency and the counseling needs here at IBA,” he added. Published in Daily Times, January 17th 2018.