|Active||1954 - Present|
|Nickname(s)||Pakistan Naval Hospital Complex-II|
|Motto(s)||To conduct basic, mid career and specialized professional courses for Officers, AFNS Officers and Sailors of Medical Branch of Pakistan Navy and Allied Navies.|
|Surgeon Commander of Pakistan Navy||Vice-Admiral Rashid Ahmad Khan, Surgeon General|
The Pakistan Naval Station Rahat, or PNS Rahat Hospital, is a Pakistan Naval hospital and a technologically advanced medical treatment center. Located at Karsaz Road in Karachi, Sindh, Pakistan, PNS Rahat was established in 1954, by the United States Navy. It was given commissioned in 1994, and Vice-Admiral Rashid Ahmad Khan was appointed its first Surgeon-General of the PNS Rahat. The hospital has a team of Pakistan Navy medical doctors and surgeons, providing the best services to naval officers.
The P.N.S. Rahat is a naval medical hospital, operated by Pakistan Navy. The hospital was established in 1954 and upgraded in 1974.
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