Mirwais Hospital is a hospital in . It is named after Mirwais Hotak, who is known in the area as Mirwais Neeka (Mirwais the Grandfather). The hospital was destroyed during the long period of unrest in the country. It is state-run and funded for 70% by the International Committee of the Red Cross, who has about 30 expatriate staffs working permanently at the hospital. Kandahar, Afghanistan
According to a report by The Senlis Council, not only people from Kandahar province are treated at Mirwais Hospital but also from neighboring Helmand, Zabul, Oruzgan and others.