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Dr. Tayyab Saeed Akhtar

DOCTOR1 Dr. Tayyab Saeed Akhtar is working as Medical Officer in the Department of Medicine in Holy Family Hospital Rawalpindi. 
He is Registrar of Medicine (FCPS) From College of Physician and Surgeons Pakistan.
He has done his MBBS from the most prestigious college of Pakistan “THE KING EDWARD MEDICAL COLLEGE LAHORE.
He is also running an Academy Titled as “Foreign Students Academy” Where He and His Faculty Helps those students who have graduated from foreign Medical colleges and willing to pass the pre-registration test of Pakistan Medical and Dental Council.
He has Published Many research papers and considered one of the most honorary and respectable resident of the Department of Medicine in Holy Family Hospital Rawalpindi.
He has also been participating and delivering lectures in several national and international conferences.
The flash slides of his lectures can be seen in
He has worked as Medical officer RHS Domeli Jhelum Pakistan.
Had been House surgeon and House Physician in Mayo Hospital Lahore.
Honours: Letter of Appreciation by Chief Minister, Govt of Punjab, Health deptt., to be an active member of Punjab health team for providing medical cover to IDPs of sawat, malakand and Bunair 3rd position photography, 2nd intercollegiate arts & photographic exhibition 2004 Executive sports committee 2003-04 Editor sports vision 2003-04

He joined in early 2011.
Dr Tayyab Saeed Akhtar Gif


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