KARACHI: Pakistan Islamic Medical Association (PIMA) has elected Dr Muhammad Azeem Uddin as new president Karachi in a recently held annual election. A large number of PIMA members participated and cast their votes. Dr Azeem will head PIMA Karachi for the session 2013-2014.
Moreover, Pakistan Islamic Medical Association (PIMA) was established in Oct, 1979. Since its inception PIMA has been striving to achieve its goals in professional and training of doctors, calling its members and associates towards Islamic way of life through its regular Dawah and training workshops and seminars. PIMA played a significant role in enrichment of professional skills through regular hands on workshops to meet the requirements of the country in particular and of international community during wars, disaster and peace.
The health institutions of PIMA like hospitals, clinics, free medical camps and specialized campaigns remained instrumental alleviating the suffering of those who are otherwise not cared. PIMA has developed specialized expertise in managing disasters of all sorts whether man made or natural. PIMA Project POB has remarkable services for the prevention of blindness national and International Levels.