West Surgical Ward is established since 1871. It is a place with traditions and values. The unit has produced numerous doctors who are professionally competent, humane and sympathetic. Our mission is to manage every patient, who comes across us, with dedication and commitment. Patient’s safety and satisfaction is our motto.
Our aim is to teach and train undergraduates and postgraduates so that they can meet all challenges in the fields of medicine. The unit has two Out Patient Department days in a week which is attended by the consultants, where on an average 150 patients are examined per day. The Third year, fourth year and final year students attend the OPD as part of their clinical skill enhancing, training programs and are instructed on the patients. There are two full elective lists per week which have on an average 20 to 25 cases. West Surgical Ward holds regular workshops for students and faculty to promote medical education. Young doctors are trained to developed communication and leadership skills. West Surgical Ward has taken the initiative of running a Breast Clinic in OPD where computerized statistical record is maintained and state of the art management is carried out for the patient’s having breast diseases. The center will focus on research regarding breast cancer in our set up and postgraduate training. These are operated upon by senior surgeons and trainees under direct supervision. The final year students attend the operating sessions and are demonstrated the operative techniques.
The unit is on call in Accident and Emergency Department on a 4 to 1 Rota basis. Each call day we receive an average of 250 patients of which 30 patients undergo surgery under anesthesia. The student of third, fourth and final year MBBS are taught in the weekly lectures. These students attend the wards where they are instructed in the art of history taking and physical examination. The unit has an average of 18 house officers per rotations who are trained in basic and advanced life support, trauma care and emergency management and in pre and postoperative care of surgical patient. There are total 46 postgraduate students pursuing FCPS and MS degrees. These students are trained on ward rounds, clinic-pathological conferences, morbidity and mortality conferences journal club meetings along with the routine working of the ward. They are also supervised while performing minor and intermediate surgical procedures.
Staff of West Surgical Ward is actively involved in all CME (Continuing Medical Education) activities.
Sitting L to R: Dr. Asad Saleem (PGR), Dr. Muhammad Ayyub Anjum (Registrar), Dr. Nasir Naseem Akhtar (Asst. Prof.), Dr. Somer Masood Malik (Assoc. Professor), Prof. Dr. Ayesha Shaukat (Professor of Surgery WSW), Dr. Khalid Mahmood Cheema (Assoc.Prof.) , Dr. Bahzad Akram Khan (Asst. Prof.), Dr. Hafiz Muhammad Asif Maqbool (Asst. Prof.), Dr. Fadumo Ahmed Liban (PGR)
Standing First Row L to R: Dr. Irfan Javed (PGR), Dr. Muhammad Anis (PGR), Dr. Ezza Waseem (HO), Dr. Kanza Afzal (HO), Dr. Huda Iftikhar (HO), Dr. Hadeeqa Jaffri (HO). Dr. Dr. Fatima Asim (PGR), Dr. Memoona Sultan (PGR), Dr. Tahira Triq (PGR), Dr. Hanna Shaukat Dar (PGR), Dr. Naeem Abnbas (PGR), Dr. Adnan Qasim (PGR).
Standing Second Row L to R: Mr. Muhammad Javed Iqbal (PA to Professor), Dr. Muhammad Rizwan (PGR), Dr. Hasaan Asghar (PGR), Dr. Shujaat Ahmad Riaz (PGR), Dr. Hafiz Zain ul Abedin (PGR), Dr. Jawad Ahmad (PGR), Dr. Hafiz Zahid Munir (PGR), Mr. Suleman Ali (Naib Qasid), Mr. Yasir Rashid (Bearer).
Name of Supervisors
Prof. Dr. Ayesha Shaukat, FCPS, Professor of Surgery
Dr. Somer Masood Malik [FCPS, MRCS, M Med (Singapore) FICS, MCPS, Dip (MIS)]. Assoc. Prof.
Dr. Khalid Mahmood Cheema, FRCS, FCPS, MS. Associate Professor
Dr. Bahzad Akram Khan, FCPS, Assistant Professor
- MS Total No. of Students: 12
• FCPS Total No. of Students: 09
• MRCS NIL
- Daily ward rounds.
- Weekly journal clubs case based discussion
- Monthly mortality meeting.
- Total No. of House Officers – 30
- Final Year MBBS – Total No. of Students per batch: 22
- Fourth Year MBBS – Total No. of Students per batch: 12
- Third Year MBBS – Total No. of Students per batch: 20
- Out-door teaching
- Indoor teaching
- Case based discussion