Dr. Neelam Siddiqui (Head of the Department)
Dr. Ather Saeed Kazmi
Dr. Narjis Muzaffar
Dr. Najeeb Niamat Ullah
Dr. Adnan Ali Zaidi
Dr. Abdul Hameed
Dr. Umm e Kalsoom
There are a number of fellows in Medical Oncology and Clinical Oncology
as well as junior medical officers to support the consultants.
Trained oncology nurses provide services both in the outpatient chemobay and inpatient floors.
Facilities & ServicesThe department provides comprehensive medical oncology care for solid tumours and haematological malignancies, including chemotherapy and autologous bone marrow transplant. A facility for allogeneic bone marrow transplant is being planned. A recently expanded 15 bed chemobay ward provides outpatient chemotherapy facilities. Inpatient care for chemotherapy, supportive care and treatment of emergencies and complications is available. Multidisciplinary teams for a number of cancer types are well established including lymphomas, sarcomas as well as breast, genitourinary, ovary, gastrointestinal and thoracic cancers.
TrainingTraining in Medical Oncology has been established within the department. The fellowship programme in Medical Oncology provides training in all aspects of medical oncology through a structured training programme recognized by the College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan, leading to FCPS in medical Oncology. The department also supports a training programme in Clinical Oncology leading to FRCR(clinical oncology).
ResearchThe department has been involved in a number of in-house clinical research projects as well as participating in several multinational clinical trials. The department has contributed posters and abstracts to several national and international meetings.