Rashid Latif Medical College (RLMC) was established in 2010 on a purpose-built campus spanning 28 acres of land on Ferozepur Road, Lahore. RLMC holds recognition from the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC) and is affiliated with the University of Health Sciences (UHS). The college annually admits 150 MBBS students and boasts advanced laboratories, a well-equipped library, an e-library, highly qualified teaching faculty, a spacious auditorium with 650 seats, a sports complex including a cricket ground, and an adjacent 760-bed Arif Memorial Teaching Hospital. Additionally, the college provides separate on-campus accommodation for female and male students.
By the end of five-year MBBS Program, our graduate will be able to demonstrate:
Apply biomedical scientific principles, methods following knowledge to medical practice and integrate these into patient care and clinical decision-making.
Apply their knowledge and skills in a competent, ethical and professional manner and taking responsibility for their own actions in complex and uncertain situations.
Communicate effectively, openly and honestly with patients, their relatives, and with colleagues and maintain patient confidentiality.
Perform a range of diagnostic, therapeutic and practical procedures safely and effectively and identify, according to their level of skill and experience, the procedures for which they need supervision to ensure patient safety. They must prescribe medications safely, appropriately, effectively and economically and be aware of the common causes and consequences of prescribing errors.
The college encourages development of student’s well-being in leadership and team building. We conduct workshops on personal growth and empowerment. The focus is on whole well-being of faculty and student with acquisition of leadership skills.
Apply the principles, methods and knowledge of Public health and apply the principles of public health for improvement of health and sustainable healthcare. They must be aware of use advocacy and public awareness in disease prevention.
Demonstrate and promote practice of Evidence based medicine as is being done all over the world.
Apply scientific method and approach to medical research and integrate these with a range of sources of information used to make decisions for care.