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Imran appoints Shaukat Khanum CEO as health adviser

ISLAMABAD: Prime Minister Imran Khan has appointed Dr Faisal Sultan, the chief executive officer (CEO) of the Shaukat Khanum Memorial Cancer Hospital & Research Centre, as his special assistant on national health services, regulations and coordination, a statement issued by his office said on Monday.

Dr Sultan, who also serves as the prime minister’s focal person on Covid-19, will replace Dr Zafar Mirza, who had resigned last week. According to the statement, he will hold the status of a federal minister.

A consultant physician on medicine and infectious diseases, Dr Sultan completed his graduation from Lahore’s King Edward Medical College University (KEMU) in 1987. He also holds the postgraduate degrees of Diplomate American Board of Internal Medicine (1992) and Diplomate American Board of Infectious Disease (1994).

Responding to his successor’s appointment, Dr Mirza said: “I am very pleased about the appointment of Dr Faisal Sultan as SAPM health. As [a] federal minister he will be able to make decisions which [are] important.”

He termed Dr Sultan “a capable professional with a good worldview” and a good friend, wishing him success in his new role.



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