Prof. Dr. Farhat Naz

Professor of Obstetrics & Gynae.
Contact Number: 0333-4282112

Prof. Dr. Farhat Naz

Gynae unit IV is headed by Professor Farhat Naz who was the best graduate of her session. She is an author of 21 research papers. This unit provides emergency services every alternate day & admits about 15,500 patients per year and cater annual births around 9000. Unit confers its services on three OPD days, where on the average 300-350 patients are attended every day. We are involved in undergraduate and post graduate teaching and training with a structured training programme with formative and summative assessment. Unit has developed SOP’s for smooth & standard management of patients.

  • To provide healthcare and medical education of highest quality in a compassionate, friendly and professional environment.
  • To achieve excellence in professional education, research and patient care which encompasses comprehensive health care needs of women and and eventually full spectrum speciality services in obstetrics and gynaecology at par with international standards
Gynae Unit IV

List of Faculty Members

Name Designation Qualification

Contact Information



Dr. Farhat Naz Professor MBBS.FCPS 0333-4282112
Dr. Iffat Naheed Assistant Prof. MBBS.FCPS 0300-9494002
Dr.Khadija Asim Assistant Prof. MBBS.FCPS 0333-4274228
  • Obstetric Emergency Drills workshops.
  • PPIUCD Training workshop for LHVs in collaboration with IRMNCH.
  • Guest Lecture: Asthma & COPD in pregnancy by consultant from Birmingham U.K.
  • There is utmost emphasis on teaching and training of future gynaecologist and there is monthly regular conduction of Parinatal meeting, Statistical meeting, Maternal mortality & near miss meeting, Journal club meeting, clinical risk management meeting. Post Graduate trainees of FCPS and MS are trained with ward rounds, skill demonstration session for TOACS preparation, Clinical case discussion and small group discussions.
  • Weekly one SEQ writing is mandatory for PG students.
  • Effect of modified surgical technique on the incidence of vault haematoma after vaginal hysterectomy.Esculapio , Vol.09,issue,01 jan-March,2013
  • An audit of increasing caesarean section rate in primigravida.Pakistan journal of medical sciences.Vol.8,  Oct-Dec,2014
  • Cervical Ectopic pregnancy . Case report (Accepted in Annals of KEMU)
  • Morbidly adharent placenta. An obstetric dilemma.
  • Comparison of Middle Cerebral artery doppler and umbilical artery doppler in predicting fetal outcome in IUGR.
  • Comparison of Tab. PGE2 and PGE2 gel in induction of post-date pregnancy.
  • Effectiveness of I/V oxytocin and sublingual Misoprostol in reducing blood loss within first two hours of caesarean section
  • Comparison of probiotic Lactobacilli with Metronidazole in treatment of bacterial vaginosis.
  • Comparison of Misoprostol with PGE2 in induction of labour at term.
  • LA-MET: Lady Aitchison Maternity Emergency Training in co-ordination with NHS Midyorkshire NHS trust,UK.This a series of workshops for PGRs, residents and Nurses for comprehensive training to deal with life threatening obstetric emergencies.
  • Establishment of Skill Lab is in process
  • Comprehensive EmONC Services apart from routine OBGY services
  • Complicated, critical near miss cases management and rehabilitation
  • Family planning services with special emphasis on PPIUCD
  • Laparoscopic Gynaecological Procedures.
  • Gynae-oncology services with multidisciplinary approach.
  • Mesh procedures for prolapse.