Prof A.S. Chughtai
MBBS, MPhil, MIAC, FCPS, FCPP, FRCPath
Dr. Akhtar Sohail Chughtai is the Chief Executive Officer, Central Park Medical College. He is a graduate of King Edward Medical College, year 1974 and ever since has been associated with the teaching of undergraduate and post-graduate students at various medical institutes including King Edward Medical College, Faisalabad Medical College and Lahore Medical & Dental College. A successful entrepreneur who still pursues his passion for teaching, values real-world learning, believes in strategic leadership, empathetic to the core with a positive attitude, has been monumental in defining the career paths of many students and health professionals.
As the CEO & Dean of Central Park Medical College, I take this opportunity to introduce our college and myself to you. I am a graduate of King Edward Medical College, Lahore, year 1974. I have been associated with the profession of teaching ever since at under graduate as well as post graduate level. I am an entrepreneur who still pursues his passion for teaching and believes in strategic leadership. Over the years I have been able to develop a nationwide healthcare system and Central Park Medical College is a part of Chughtai Health Care.
Central Park Medical College boasts of an environment that fosters competitiveness, creative thinking and innovation in order to promote holistic personality development for nurturing future leaders in healthcare sector. The backbone of an institute are the teachers and our college has a high concentration of talented faculty members who are not only great teachers but role models in their respective specialties. Our college is proud to oﬀer a mentorship-based education system and provides opportunities to learn through knowledge enhancement, skill development and positive attitude formation. There is no dearth of knowledge in books and resources available on the worldwide web but no one can deny the role of eﬀective and efficient teachers. We take pride in the fact that our students not only hold accolades in the healthcare department but have proven to be reliable, productive and civilized individuals in society. Our students got admissions in top universities internationally as well as locally including service in armed forces. In modern day medical education, it is crucial to introduce socio-humanism and population health sciences into the teaching program in an integrated manner. I am confident that the new admitted students will benefit the most from this institute whose philosophy is to produce knowledgeable doctors and good human beings.