Dr. Asim Hussain

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Designation: Doctor & Politician
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Dr. Ziauddin Group of Hospitals

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Dr. Asim Hussain, SI, HI is active in the field of health and education, and Pakistani politics as well. He is chairman of Ziauddin Group of Hospitals in Karachi, and former Advisor of Prime Minister for Ministry of Oil and Natural Resources, Pakistan. He currently serves as the Chairman of Higher Commission of Pakistan, Sindh and Chairman of Petroleum Institute of Pakistan. Dr. Asim Hussain belongs to the influential family of Sir Dr. Ziauddin Ahmed, who was one of the key political figures at the time of Independence of Pakistan and a close ally of Sir Syed Ahmad Khan. In recognition of his services to the nation in the fields of education and health care he has been conferred with the Sitara-e-Imtiaaz and Hilaal-e-Imtiaaz.

Early life

Hussain was born in Karachi, Pakistan on 28 November 1953. He is the grandson of Sir Dr.Ziauddin Ahmed, who was a famous mathematician, the longest serving Vice Chancellor of Aligarh Muslim University , and a key educationist prior to independence of Pakistan.

Hussain was born to Ms. Ejaz Fatima and Mr. Tajammul Hussain, the founding members of the Dr. Ziauddin Group of Hospitals.

Educational Background

Dr. Asim Hussain received his early education from the Karachi Grammar School and later enrolled in the Cadet College, Petaro. After serving a brief period in the Army, Dr. Asim Hussain retired as a Lieutenant and chose to pursue the degree of MBBS. He graduated from Dow Medical College (now, Dow University of Health Sciences) Karachi in 1978 and went to Europe for further studies. He successfully cleared M.C.P.S in 1981 and continued his studies in Vienne, Austria. After returning to Pakistan, he entered in politics.

Early Professional Career

Having been brought up in a family that placed a lot of importance on education, Dr. Asim Hussain continued his family’s mission and laid the foundation of the Ziauddin Medical University, an hence forming the Ziauddin Group of Companies. He is also the Chairman of the Dr. Ziauddin Group of Hospitals which now stands proud with four tertiary care hospitals under its umbrella. In 1995, Dr. Asim Hussain established the Ziauddin University, a chartered institution of the Provincial Assembly of Sindh and accredited by the Higher Education Commission (HEC) of Pakistan, which has now evolved into an institution providing education and training in nine different faculties producing graduates of outstanding quality. Graduates of the Ziauddin University’s College of Medicine, a quarter of whom are provided scholarships, are trained in Problem Based Learning (PBL) methodology and encouraged to serve in rural areas of the Province. The Hospitals provide cost effective health care to patients without comprising on quality of patient care. Ziauddin Group of Hospitals operates under Dr. Ziauddin Trust and caters to the latest medical treatment and patient care on affordable rates. Other Positions Held

Contribution to Community

Hussain has spearheaded initiatives geared towards uplifting impoverished communities in the Province and increasing access to health care.

As a former member of the Executive Committee of the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council, he has played an important role in revising the curriculum of undergraduate and postgraduate medical students. He is a strong proponent of cooperation between the public and the private sectors and has undertaken initiatives that promote service provision through forging these alliances. Hussain has also served as the President of the Private Medical Universities Association of Pakistan.

In rendering services in the health care and education sectors of Pakistan, he has been conferred with the Sitara-e-Imtiaaz and Hilaal-e-Imtiaaz awards.


Member, Economic Coordination Committee of Cabinet (ECC) of Government of Pakistan
Member, National Economic Council (NEC)
Member, Executive Committee of National Economic Council (ECNEC)
Member, Cabinet Committee on Privatization (CCOP)
Member, Cabinet Committee on Investment (CCOI)
Member, Cabinet Committee on Energy (CCE)
Member, Cabinet Committee on Regulator Bodies (CCRB)

Corporate Associations

President, Pakistan Nursing Council.
Ex-President, Pakistan Association of Private Medical and Dental Institutions
Ex-President, Association of Private Universities & Institutions
Chairman, Board of Governor, Ziauddin Medical University.
Member Syndicate, Dow University of Health Sciences (Governor’s Nominee)
Member, Task Force Committee, Sindh Blood
Ex-General Secretary, Chamber of Health and Allied Services
Counsellor, Pakistan Medical & Dental Council
Member, Executive Committee, Pakistan Medical & Dental Council

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kaleem murtaza ( karachi,Pakistan) Sunday, June 23, 2013 11:56:04 PM (MDT - USA)
a great cotribution towards health facilities for the general public an inspiring effort and i wish that it will keep on improving in the later days

syed Rashid hussain shah ( PAKISTAN,United States) Friday, April 27, 2012 7:28:57 PM (MDT - USA)
Dear most respcted sir i wana meet you u i wana some little bit time sir plz juist ont time u contet after that u find diffrent it's not my own word ........................ bcoz i want to tell u some wich ....................i saw in ur profile pic dear dr yo must give e some ints.................txn and by.........................hussain shah........................

Tahiri ( Toronto,Canada) Tuesday, April 03, 2012 2:36:49 PM (MDT - USA)
کل پی ای اے کی پرواز اپ کی وجھ سے لیٹ ھوئ ۔۔۔۔۔۔۔کیا یھ جاعز ھے۔۔۔۔۔۔

Dr irfan ( Islamabad,United States) Wednesday, December 21, 2011 3:00:48 AM (MDT - USA)
Treating a patient without medical education is a crime but running assets of pakistan upon which millions of lives depend without basic knowledge is justified...... How?

irfan ( khanewal,Pakistan) Tuesday, August 24, 2010 9:52:05 PM (MDT - USA)
Salam...Doctor Sahib.. i want to take some information ...i m now doing study in china.but my college is not affiliated from PMDC so if i migrate from my college to that college which affiliated from PMDC...then what is the status of that situation...

hasan jamal ( karachi ,Pakistan) Sunday, October 04, 2009 9:04:26 PM (MDT - USA)
i utterly agree with the notion put-forwarded by Mr A siddiqui . are`nt that would be a better option to grant MR ASIM a related mininstry . i sincerely hope that he ll more comfortable and effective there. or else his services can be acquired at some national health programme. . we have ample no of examples such as that of mr kirmani responisble for some heavy loss to PIA , . kindly do take these comments positively in the best favour of pakistan.

A.Siddiqi ( New York,United States) Thursday, January 01, 2009 7:29:01 PM (MDT - USA)
Pakistan has become a paradise for Miss-fits, thieves are custodian of treasury, Medical Doctors are adviser of oil & Gas, Health must be being looked after by somebody illiterate in Medical Sciences. What a country.

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