- Completion of Spine Centre.
- Installation of Latest MRI
- Installation of Latest CT Scan
- Establishment of "Real Time PCR Lab" on modern basis.
- Installation of Computerized Radiography System (CXR) in Radiology Department
- Installation of "Operating Microscope" for Eye Department cost of Rs. 03 Million
- Provision of 'Dual Electric Supply' for the hospital to ensure uninterrupted Electrical Supply.
- Installation of new "Ventilator with built-in Incubator" for Paediatrics Nursery Intensive care unit.
- VIE SYSTEM Installed, for uninterrupted Oxygen supply to operation Theaters, ICU, NICU and Emergency Department on 24th March 2010.
- "EVENING SPECIALIST CLINICS" started on 1st July 2010 for the unreached and under privileged population of the area.
- Free Eye Camp at Al-Madad Free Hospital, Fateh Gargh, 20th & 24th March 2010.
- Free Dermatology Camp, at Jamia Usmania, Daroghawala, 6th April 2010
- Free Gynaecology Camp, at Jamia Usmania, Daroghawala, 7th April 2010.
- Free Surgical Camp at Al-Madad Hospital, Fatehgarh, 26th April 2010.
CONTINUED MEDICAL EDUCATION PROGRAMME.
- "CARDIAC FIRST RESPONSE COURSE" By DRIP & NASC (UK) conducted on 24 and 25 May 2010. 31 Participants attended this course.
- State of the Art Lecture "TO ERR IS HUMAN, TO DELAY IS DEADLY" by Muhammad Abduhoo Zia, Guest Speaker from USA.
- "UPDATES ON MANAGEMENT OF ASTHMA", by Dr Aitzaz Ahmad, Pulmonologist.
- "BIANNUAL EYE CONFERENCE FOR PUNJAB" organized by Department of Ophthalmology, 9th October 2010.
- 1ST ANNUAL SYMPOSIUM ON DIABETES organized with the courtesy of Department of Medicine on 25th November 2010.
- 2ND INTERNATIONAL ARTHROSCOPY WORKSHOP organized by Department of Orthopaedics on 27th November 2010.
- "WOUND DRESSING & STERILIZATION", Course for Nurses & Dressers organized on 16th January 2010
DISASTER MANAGEMENT :
Sozo Water Park Disaster 2004: The hospital attended this calamity single handed and successfully treated all the injured school children & teachers in a most congenial atmosphere. Spending Rs. 0.13million
Earthquake of 2005: Ghurki Trust Teaching Hospital responded to this disaster calamity and was the 1st Medical Institution to setup a camp at Muzaffarabad, which was later up-graded as a hospital. Minor operations were performed at the site while major complicated and advanced surgeries were done at GTTH on the victims shifted at Lahore. The effectees were provided with free treatment, food, clothings and even wheel chairs. In Lumpsum Rs. 10.50 million were spent on this calamity.
Manawan Police Station Terrorist Attacks 2009: Ghurki Trust Teaching Hospital again responded to this calamity and its ambulances & staff worked shoulder to shoulder with the local administration and shifted the Emergencies, Injured and the causalities. The hospital staff setup “Blood Collection Centers” to provide blood to the needy. 43 emergencies were admitted and all sort of Surgical & Medical treatment was provided as per requirement. Rs. 0.26 million was spent on them.
Flood Management in Muzaffargarh: During flood disaster GTTH played a very vital role and a medical team of Orthopaedic Surgeons and Medical Officers visited with all necessary medicines and surgical logistics for flood victims.
Wahga Border Terrorist Attacks 2014: Ghurki Trust Teaching Hospital again responded to this calamity and its ambulances & staff worked shoulder to shoulder with the local administration, Pakistan Rangers and shifted the Emergencies, Injured and the causalities. The hospital staff setup “Blood Collection Centers” to provide blood to the needy. 111 emergencies were admitted and all sort of Surgical & Medical treatment was provided as per requirement. 50 dead bodies also received in Ghurki Hospital.