1. CURRICULUM VITAE
First Names Amin Ullah
Date of birth
CURRENT & ALL PREVIOUS MEDICAL LICENSING AUTHORITIES
Licensing Authority Country of
Registration Type Registration Number
Pakistan Medical &
Pakistan Full Registration
Ireland Medical Council Ireland General Registration
QUALIFICATIONS OBTAINED (PRIMARY & POSTGRADUATE)
Qualification Name of University / College Country of
1 Year Internship Khyber Teaching Hospital, Peshawar Pakistan 2013
MBBS KMU Institute of Medical Sciences, Kohat,
IELTS Overall 7 band Pakistan 2014
MEDICAL OFFICER (04/02/2014 TILL DATE)
Dates 4th Feb, 2014 Till Date
Position Title Medical Officer / In charge of Basic Health Unit (BHU)
Responsibilities Being the in charge (I/C) and head of the BHU, I Provide and manage direct patient
care, including physical examinations, evaluations, assessments, diagnoses,
referrals and treatments.
Involved in the management of variable cases of Medicine/Surgery Allied,
Paediatric, Gynaecological/Obstetric, and management of cut wounds and minor
Emergency and Critical patients managed according to the proper management
protocols of WHO/MoH, and follow up with or refer patients as appropriate.
Prescribe pharmaceuticals, other medications, and treatment regimens as
appropriate to assessed medical conditions.
Refer patients to specialists and to relevant patient care components as
2. Direct staff and coordinate medical activities.
Conduct health and sanitation inspections, and prepare reports and
recommendations as appropriate.
Monitor on-going medical treatment, review diagnostic studies, conduct clinical
assessments of abnormal results, and follow up with or refer patients as
Participate in specified health promotion, education and/or prevention programs.
Monitor medical trends and presentrecommendations on Health departmentpolicy,
new forms of treatment,the need for equipmentand facilities, staff, and budgeting.
Review plans for patient rehabilitation.
Review clinical records of patients.
Oversee the pre- and post-operative care of surgical cases.
Community health awareness through meetings and visits.
Union Council Polio Eradication Committee (UPEC) Chairman
Advise staff on unusual or difficult medical problems.
Plan, assign, and supervise the work of others.
Facility Basic Health Unit / Ministry of Health, Government of Pakistan
City/State Peshawar/ KPK
1 YEAR INTERNSHIP/HOUSE JOB (01/06/2012 TO 31/05/2013)
Medicine & Allied (6 Months) / Surgery & Allied (6 Months)
Dates (1st Jun, 2012) To (31st May, 2013)
Position Title House Officer
My job was full time, regular and residential.
Learnt basic medical & surgical skills, clerking and managing patients
Regularly attended the indoor & outdoor patient clinics, managed critically ill
patients, as well as performed emergency duties as per rota, ward rounds and
presented cases in clinical discussions
History taking, physical & clinical examinations, record keeping, patient care,
conducting relevant investigations, chalking out proper management protocols,
providing a diagnosis with a list of differential diagnosis, and counselling the
patients and their families
Carrying out routine laboratory procedures, I/V cannulation, administering
parenteral medications, nasogastric intubation and catheterization of patients
Pre & Post-operative management of critically ill patients
As part of daily work routine in ward, I required to:
- Check pre & post-op bloods on the daily basis.
- Prepare paperwork for discharge of patients on the daily basis
- Take history and examine patients and making sure recent blood data are
- Work closely with multi-disciplinary team which involves nursing staff, physios,
OTs, and the ward pharmacist.
- To attend any patients who are not well
- To liaise with other medical teams / Outreach team if there are concerns
regarding any patients.
House officer hospital notes
Attended the departmental & hospital clinical/pathological conferences and
presented cases of clinical interest.
Facility Khyber Teaching Hospital
City/State Peshawar/ KPK
Details of Clinical Rotations during Medicine & SurgeryInternship
3. Department Responsibilities Dates
General Medicine House officer general responsibilities
Managed Emergency patients of Stroke, CRF with
complications, CLD with complications, COPD,
Congestive heart failure etc
Dealt with emergencies like acute severe asthma,
epilepsy, chest pain, arrhythmias, drug overdose,
diabetic coma and poisoning etc.
Performed procedures like I/V Cannulation, Urinary
Catheterization, Lumbar Puncture, Ascitic tap, Pleural
tap, Paracentesis, Thoracocentesis, Nasogastric
Intubation, Endotracheal Intubation and Arterial
Participated in departmental journal clubs, EKG
conference, death review discussions & radiological
(1st Jun, 2012)
(31st Aug, 2012)
Nephrology House officer general responsibilities
Assisted common procedures including central line
insertion, peritoneal dialysis, haemodialysis and renal
Learnt and assisted management of patients in
haemodialysiscentre and assisted seniors in
(1st Sep, 2012)
(31st Oct, 2012)
Cardiology/CCU House officer general responsibilities
Dealt with a variety of cases particularly those in need of
Learnt basic medical skills, clerking and managing
Cardiac Care Unit patients
Learnt & performed several important life saving
procedures like cardiopulmonary resuscitation and
defibrillation apart from managing patients in shock,
deranged electrolytes, acute coronary syndrome, acute
pulmonary oedema, acute fibrillation and other
conditions related to Cardiac Care Unit patients
Learnt how to apply and monitor various equipments like
pulse oximeters, defibrillators, 12 lead ECG etc
(1st Nov, 2012)
(30th Nov, 2012)
Burns & Plastic
House officer general responsibilities
Assisted in both minor & major surgical procedures,
including paediatric and reconstructive plastic surgery,
acute and reconstructive surgery for burns
(1st Dec, 2012)
(31st Dec, 2012)
Orthopedic House officer general responsibilities
Assisted & learnt skills of reducing fractures & joint
dislocations, giving full Plaster of Paris casts, backslabs,
skin and skeletal tractions and other orthopaedic ward
protocols and management
(1st Jan, 2013)
(28th Feb, 2013)
General Surgery House officer general responsibilities
Confidently dealt with all types of surgical emergencies.
Assisted surgical procedures like Cholecystectomy,
Thyroidectomy, Exploratory Laparotomy,
Appendectomy, Vascular Repair, Right Hemicolectomy,
Assisted and learnt suturing wounds of all types,
Incision and Drainage, Circumcision, Chest Intubation,
Venous cut-down, supra-pubic cystostomy etc.
(1st Mar, 2013)
(31st May, 2013)
4. CLINICAL/PROCEDURAL SKILLS
Competent Observed And Assisted
Taking I/V line Central Venous Catheterization
Arterial Blood Gas Sampling Chest Intubation
Pleural Tap Lower GI endoscopy
Nasogastric tube insertion Oesophagoscopy
Urinary catheterization Peritoneal dialysis
Anterior and posterior nasal packing Epidural Catheterization
Ascitic Tap Echocardiography
Suturing all types of wounds TURP
Lumbar puncture Thyroidectomy
Chest Tube Insertion Tracheostomy
Electrical Cardioversion Bronchoscopy
Central Venous Catheterization Incision and Drainage
Joint Aspiration Pace Maker Insertion
SKILLS / ACTIVITIES
Community-based Management of Acute Malnutrition & Infant-Young Child
Feeding (CMAM & IYCF) Workshop 2014 Peshawar, Pakistan
Diabetes / Eye diseases Workshop 2014 Peshawar, Pakistan
Medical Paper Writing Workshop 2011 Peshawar, Pakistan
Basic Life Support Workshop 2011 Peshawar, Pakistan
Worked Voluntarily with ‘Real Medicine Foundation Organization’ for Flood
Victims (August-December 2010)
ECHO Workshop Cardiocon 2010 Hyderabad, Pakistan
21st Annual Cardiocon 2010 Hyderabad, Pakistan
Author of “Formulacology” (mnemonics book of Pharmacology)
KMU Symposium 2009 Peshawar, Pakistan
Young Leader Conference 2007 Lahore, Pakistan
Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power point)
Typing speed 48 wpm
Good Time and Team management level
Fluent and good communication skills in English (IELTS = 7.0), Urdu, & Pashto