FSHN was founded in 2006, where it was originally known as Fawzia Sultan Rehabilitation Institute.
Our founders had initially set out to establish a specialized physiotherapy clinic that would institute a new standard of excellence within the field in Kuwait; hoping to fill what seemed to be major gap in the country’s healthcare landscape at the time. However, it soon became apparent that the healthcare needs of the Kuwaiti community ran much deeper, and the clinic’s non-profit, evidence-based model was expanded to multiple other specialties.
Over the course of a few short years, the one-time physiotherapy clinic evolved into a holistic healthcare institution providing multi-disciplinary rehabilitative services, and was eventually renamed the Fawzia Sultan Rehabilitation Institute (FSRI).
In the first decade since its inception, the Institute continued to develop steadily and consistently in order to better serve the needs of the local community. The next step in FSRI’s evolution came when the Institute broadened its services beyond rehabilitative healthcare into primary and preventative healthcare, with the inauguration of a medical clinic in 2015.
In 2017, our organization made the official transition into Fawzia Sultan Healthcare Network (FSHN), to better reflect who we are today. Today, we are proud to say that FSHN remains the only non-profit healthcare organization of its kind in Kuwait.