The Sindh Institute of Urology and Transplantation ('SIUT') is a largest dialysis & kidney transplant centre in Pakistan.
All services including dialysis and transplantation are provided free of charge.
It was founded by Dr. Syed Adeebul Hasan Rizvi and it is the country's largest kidney disease center, as well as Parkistan's largest public sector health organisation.
The Institute started as a department of urology at the government-run Civil Hospital, Karachi in 1970 and received autonomy in 1991.
They perform 10 to 12 transplants every week, and in 2003 performed Pakistan's first liver transplant. In 2004, a unit for child was opened.