Padmashri Prof. (Dr.) Mohsin Wali

He has the distinction of being the first physician who has served three Presidents of India. Along with President Dr. Shankar Dayal Sharma, President R. Venkatraman he continues to be the personal physician consultant to President Dr. Pranab Mukherjee. Dr. Wali’s meritorious journey includes becoming MD Medicine and Fellow of American College of Cardiology along with training and research at Mayo Clinic (U.S.A.). He is a senior physician and consultant of Dr. Ram Manohar Lohia Hospital and Post Graduate Institute of Medical Education and Research New Delhi and is currently posted at the Rashtrapati Bhavan.

He is also the recipient of a Gold Medal for India from Cambridge and American Institute of Biography and has also been awarded the Presidential Seal of Honour from A.B.I. (U.S.A.). He is the pioneer of Geriatric Medicine in India which he helped introduce through the faculty of Geriatric Medicine, Ann Arbor, University of Michigan, U.S.A. Al Shifa is proud to have him serve as an advisor.

Prof. Dr. Ashraf Malik

He is a Professor of Paediatrics and has worked at the Aligarh Muslim University and has gained the reputation of being not only a great teacher but also a renowned doctor. He has the distinction of being the Principal and Chief Medical Superintendent at the Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College which has been ranked in the top 20 medical schools of India for decades.

He has also served as the Chairman of the Department of Paediatrics and has been honoured with the Lifetime Achievement Award by Aligarh Alumni Association of New England, Boston, U.S.A. in 2013. Currently he runs his own Children’s Clinic in Aligarh which is a known name in Paediatric Care for Infant Children and Adolescents.

Dr. Zeenat Hashmi

She is a board certified family physician practicing in Maryland, USA. She had previously trained in Ireland and certified in obstetrics and women’s health. She is very passionate about preventative medicine and especially pertaining to women’s health. In her practice, she provides regular cancer screening to all her patients and also follows up with her patients for continuing chronic disease management. She gives control to her patients to be actively involved in their health management and they have the liberty to freely communicate with her office pertaining to any concerns they have. She has encouraged her patients to sign on to the web portal of their electronic medical records so they are able to view their health records and laboratory results themselves and communicate with her through the web portal. This has created a harmonious atmosphere of easy accessibility for the patients with the provider with results of satisfaction in medical care.

She is also actively involved in community health screening programs and school health programs. She is aware of the lack of accessibility to health care services in the developing world countries and would love to be involved in the coordination of medical assistance to such patients to countries abroad where a complete health services package can be provided.