PM&DC will be made one of the best regulatory authority-Prof.Masood Hameed Khan


New Executive of the Council elected

PM&DC will be made one of the best
regulatory authority-Prof.Masood Hameed Khan

KARACHI: Prof. Masood Hameed Khan Vice Chancellor of DUHS was elected as President while Prof. Syed Muhammad Awais from King Edward Medical University was elected as Vice President of the Pakistan Medical & Dental Council at a meeting held on August 5th. 2013. According to a press release issued by DUHS, the Executive Committee members of the council were also elected in this meeting which includes Prof. Azam Yousfani VC Peoples University of Medical and Health Sciences Nawabshah, Prof.M. Hafizullah Vice Chancellor Khyber Medical University Peshawar, Prof.Sadat Khan, Head Dept. of Urology at Bolan Medical College Quetta , Prof.Abdul Salam from Khyber Pakhtoonkhwa and Dr.Khursheed from DGP Islamabad.
The newly elected President of the Council has stated that efforts will be made to make PM&DC as one of the best medial regulatory authority. There is lot of room for improvement and it would be his foremost priority to equip PM&DC with the state of the art technology. I am in contact with all the stake holders including the federal government to ensure standards in medical education and all rules and regulations will be enforced in true letter and spirit to bring about a more positive image of the council, he added.
PM&DC will also establish new cells in Multan, Rahim Yar Khan, Nawabshah, Hyderabad, Abbottabad and Muzafarabad to cater to the needs and problems of doctors working in the remote areas of the country. He also promised to facilitate registration of doctors and faculty members which will be streamlined on urgent basis. A new system of software connected to a mobile sim, would be launched to auto-direct emails of the complaints or suggestions to the concerned authorities including President, Vice President and the Executive committee members. All the section of PM&DC would be fully equipped with information technology, the press release further added.