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Dr. Siddique Akbar Satti

Dr. Siddique Akbar Satti Capital Hospital Islamabad Pakistan
Dr. Siddique Akbar Satti
Specialty: Internal Medicine, Gastroenterology
Degrees: MBBS, FCPS, BSc

Clinic Info:
Address: Mishel Clinic , 18-basement , Zaki Centre , I-8 Markaz , Islamabad, 46000
Ph: +92 (51) 300 8797

Dr. Siddique Akbar Satti is the head of department of medicine, Capital Hospital Islamabad, Pakistan. He graduated from Rawalpindi Medical College in early 80s. He joined Capital Hospital in 1992. He also served as Executive Director of the hospital.

Dr. Siddique Akbar Satti is also a fellow and examiner of College of Physician and Surgeons Pakistan (CPSP). He played a vital role in the development of his department in Capital Hospital. The Medicine department of Capital Hospital is the largest of all departments. Every year Capital Hospital receives more than hundred thousand patients in the out-patient department of medicine alone. More than 10,000 patients are admitted in the department of medicine every year.

He is the one of the pioneer gastro-enterology fellows of CPSP.  He is an expert endoscopist and is well-known for his expert abilities.
He is also well-know among his colleagues for his fitness and everlasting young looks.
“It is surprising to me, how Dr. Satti has maintained his fitness, he still looks young and athletic, in our busy profession, I wonder how he does that” Said, Dr. Saleem Qureshi of KRL Hospital during a medical camp in Kalyami village near Islamabad.
Dr. Satti is also a certified supervisor for the training of post-graduate students. He delivers comprehensive lectures on daily basis. He takes personal interest and monitor the training of his students all by himself. Some of the examples of his teaching and clinical sessions can also be seen on this website.
In November 2014 he also organized a Mock exam of Intermediate Module of College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan. Post-graduate trainees from all over the Pakistan came to participate in this exam and his efforts were appreciated.
“This exam was really helpful, now we know what we are going to face in real exam and now we will be fully prepared because now we know what to do and how to prepare” said by one of the participants.
Dr Siddique Akbar SattiDr. Siddique Akbar Satti, highly appreciated the efforts of the Founder - “Dr. Adil Ramzan”.
Your medical website is an excellent effort, and your efforts are commendable. You are so young and in such a young age you have started something really big and it will help you to have a bright future. You are writing and if you are writing it means you are surviving in the field of medicine” the words of appreciation said by Dr. Satti during his meeting with the chief editor.
The editorial team of is really thankful to Dr. Siddique Akbar Satti for all of his appreciations and good wishes. We are thankful to him that he has allowed us to post the transcripts of his clinical and teaching sessions on this website so that our visitors can learn from these sessions and apply that knowledge in their daily clinical practice.


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