Well-known urban area Lahore, founded four thousand years ago.
Lahore was the cultural center of the Mughal Empire, which glorified it with palaces, gardens, and mosques. It is the second-largest city in Pakistan and the capital of Punjab. Lahore is known as CITY OF HEARTS. Lahore is also home to several other well-known mosques, museums, and parks.
LC has Shaikh khalifa bin zayed al nahyan medical and dental college attached to renowned tertiary care hospital ( Shaikh Zaid Hospital Lahore) multispeciality Hospital, provide required medical treatment and advanced medical facilities to patients. Well equipped with trauma care center, Operation theaters, ICU's , diagnostic center, and advanced pathology lab and special high risk obstetrics unit and good flow of patients.
Hospital offers an exchange in the following departments: General surgery, ENT , Internal Medicine, Paedriatics
Head and Neck Surgery.
2 meals per day will be provided
Students will be placed in a safe area under the university management.
Students will be accommodated in Hostels/ flats monitored by Hospital administration within the hospital premises
IFMSA Pakistan will send someone to pick you from the ALLAMA IQBAL INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT LAHORE.
airport is just 16km away from the hosting hospital
You will be provided with cars/ mini buses to tavel officially.
LOCAL TRANSPORT; Auto rickshaws are readily available everywhere at reasonable prices . Taxis and buses are also available in the city .
We will take care of all transportation costs for the social program and the pick-up, and that students will be closely in touch with us and CPs during their exchange to ensure their safety.
Some of its historical sites include the Royal Fort, which was built in 1566 by Akbar the Great,
Wazir Khan's mosque, which was built in 1683 and is still considered one of the most beautiful mosques in all of South Asia.
Another ancient but still famous site in Lahore is the Shalimar Gardens, which were originally laid out in 1642 by Mogul emperor Shah-Jehan. The garden is surrounded by high walls and a watchtower at each of the four corners. The garden is used as the site of regular special state receptions.
A more recent historical site in Lahore is the Minar-e-Pakistan, where a resolution was passed in 1940 demanding creation of a separate homeland for the Muslims. The minar is an estimated 197 feet (60 meters) high.