Allied Health Sciences

Modern Health care is a team work and more often than not, the first person a patient meets in any setting or type of care is a highly skilled health professional. This alliance of essential health care partners has demonstrated improved health outcomes wherever it is utilized. In the country’s rural areas, a distinct lack of health services may limit appropriate patient care that can increase mobility and independence.
Patients have complex needs. Through active collaboration in order to identify, evaluate, prevent, and treat diseases, disabilities, and disorders, allied health practitioners greatly influence health care delivery system. The Allied Health Professionals are qualified and highly trained professionals who are considered the backbone of any health care workforce especially in Pakistan.

The department is offering undergraduate and post graduate programs designed to meet the ever-growing needs in the field of Health sciences. The Department comprises of highly trained and qualified faculty members who are actively engaged in teaching as well as research productivity in line with the local as well as international level in the fields of Physical Therapy, Nutrition as well as Medical Labs sciences.

Dr. Muhammad Mustafa Qamar
Assistant Professor / Incharge