ISLAMABAD,  (Parliament Times) : In recognition of excellence in healthcare and medical education, Dr. Akbar Niazi Teaching Hospital (ANTH) and Islamabad Medical & Dental College (IMDC) were invited to participate in a graceful book launch event which was organized by Pakistan Broadcast Corporation, National Skills University Islamabad, and Cholistan Development Council Bahawalpur, to unveil the book titled Rafaqaton Ka Safar  written by the established author Farooq
Ahmad Khan.
The ceremony, held at National Skills University, was graced by the presence of distinguished guests, including DG Radio Pakistan Muhammad Tahir Hasan as the Chief Guest, and Vice Chancellor NSU Prof. Dr. Mukhtar, who presided over the ceremony.
DG Police Academy Dr. Sohail Habib Tajik and Director ANTH Dr. Areej Neyazi were the Guests of Honor, adding to the significance of the occasion. Notably, Imran Ali Ghouri, the Head of ANTH/IMDC Communications, Rana Nisar, The Group Head of Regulatory Affairs PARCO and also graced the event with his presence.
During the ceremony, the outstanding contributions of ANTH and IMDC in the fields of healthcare and medical education were heartily acknowledged by the DG Radio Pakistan and VC NSU. ANTH, in particular, received praise for its remarkable implementation of the government  Sehat Sahulat Program (SSP), which has brought significant
benefits to thousands of needy patients from various regions, including Punjab, KPK, Kashmir, and Islamabad. With
a reputation for providing quality care at affordable prices, ANTH boasts a roster of highly qualified and experienced doctors, as well as state-of-the-art technology and equipment to offer the best possible medical services. Similarly, IMDC was commended for its efforts in elevating the standard of education in medical, dental,
nursing, and allied health sciences. The college has played a pivotal role in nurturing future healthcare professionals, contributing significantly to the overall advancement of medical education in the country.
The notables also lauded the visionary leadership of ANTH/IMDC Chairman, Dr. Ghulam Akbar Khan Niazi, and CEO Yasir Khan Niazi, for their invaluable contributions to Pakistan  healthcare and education sectors.
Dr. Sohail Habib Tajik, a renowned government official of high repute, particularly expressed his interest in
academic activities and education sector. Dr. Areej Neyazi and Imran Ali Ghouri invited Dr. Tajik and VC NSU to visit
ANTH/IMDC and interact with medical, dental, nursing and allied health sciences students and their faculty sharing
their valued experiences and knowledge with them.
In the spirit of collaboration and progress, VC NSU and Dr. Tajik expressed their desire to work closely with ANTH
and IMDC in the future. Recognizing the remarkable impact of both institutions on patient care and medical education, they looked forward to potential partnerships that could further enhance the healthcare landscape in the country.
The event also featured a heartwarming gesture, as Dr. Areej Neyazi and DG Radio Pakistan distributed souvenirs and commemorative shields among prominent personalities and the book author, Farooq Ahmad Khan.
Additionally, a captivating documentary on the Cholistan Award  was screened, adding an artistic touch to the
As a token of appreciation, VC NSU, a representative of Cholistan Development Council, and DG Radio presented a souvenir to Dr. Areej Neyazi, expressing gratitude for her attendance and contribution to the success of the event.
The graceful book launch event served as a testament to the unwavering commitment of Dr. Akbar Niazi Teaching
Hospital and Islamabad Medical & Dental College in making a positive impact on Pakistan healthcare and medical
education landscape. Their dedication and innovation continue to inspire and shape a brighter future for the nation  health and well-being. As these institutions join hands with esteemed organizations and receive accolades from respected leaders, they remain steadfast in their pursuit of excellence, setting new benchmarks for the entire healthcare and education fraternity in Pakistan.

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