Department of Medicine
Prof. Dr. Khawar Abbas Chaudhry (HOD)
Dr. Amina Nawaz (Infectious diseases consultant)
Department of medicine came into existence from the very start of incorporation of continental medical college.
The department strives to be a national leader in the delivery of health care by providing medical treatment focused on patient experiences and empowering medical students and residents to change the world.
We are devoted to enhancing the health of our communities, transforming care for the underserved and eliminating health disparities in the surrounding labor colonies.
To excel in patient care, research, education and community outreach. These missions are supported by our dedicated team of faculty, medical officers, interns and the administration.
The Department of Medicine considers medical education to be a top priority. Unique features of our department include:
- A strong emphasis on bedside teaching. On all of our units, attending rounds are conducted at the bedside daily.
- To maximize exposure to a wide array of subspecialists and patients, interns rotate among the various inpatient subspecialty services
- A bedside procedure service in which residents receive intensive formal procedural training and direct attending level procedural supervision.
Our tradition fosters strong peer and faculty mentor relationships with emphasis on excellence in patient care, attention to detail, and a scholarly approach to clinical issues.
Medicine department actively participates in clinicopathological conferences organized by the institution.
Interactive lectures using multimedia are used to harmonise the physiology and pathological bases of disease blended with the clinical niche.
- Clinical Rotations
The students posted in Medicine Clinical Rotation are enthusiastically mentored with stress on patient approach and management in clinical settings.
- Class Assignments
In order to improve key concepts students are allotted assignments in theory and clinical classes and given feedback on their performance.
Students are routinely assessed in both clinical and theory areas in order to assess their grasp of major clinical concepts and practical approaches.