White coat reflective of doctors’ sanctity, respect: Zafar


Doctors’ white coat is reflective of sanctity and respect of medical profession and it is prime responsibility of medical students to keep it high.

These views were expressed by Post-Graduate Medical Institute (PGMI) Principal Prof Dr. Sardar Muhammad Al-freed Zafar while addressing students of MBBS, who were enrolled as the 10th academic session of Ameer-Uddin Medical College (AMC), affiliated with the Lahore General Hospital (LGH).

He said that the medical professionals should prefer selfless services to ailing humanity from day one. He added that the medical students of the PGMI were already brightening the name of Pakistan across the world so the new generation should also become an example of high morale and service to the suffering humanity after completion of their studies.

The PGMI Principal urged the female medical graduates to work in hospitals instead of sitting at home after completion of MBBS.

Later, while talking to the media, chief guest Prof Muhammad Tayyab and guest of honour Prof Agha Shabbir Ali said that the government had set significant priorities in the health sector.

They congratulated the students of Ameer-Uddin Medical College and said that the Institution was established 10 years ago and in a short span of time, it got a unique position.

Earlier, the MBBS students of the new medical session were sworn in.

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