Khyber Teaching Hospital

Khyber Teaching Hospital is a university hospital of Khyber Medical College in the city of Peshawar, Pakistan. KTH is one of the largest hospitals in the country. It is a tertiary health care facility serving a large population of the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (KPK). The more than 500-bedded hospital has most of the major and minor medical and surgical departments.

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