Haroon Rashid


Location: UK

Personal statement

Seeking to become one of those leaders who mentor and guide young people to become upstanding citizens and doctors. Like to excel in my field and become one of the best.


Queen University                 MSc Clinical Anatomy         2022-2023

ISRA University                    MBBS                                     2004


Work Experience

·         Orthopaedics Resident. Medina National Hospital, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, from 02nd February 2020 until 10th August 2022

§  Being a resident doctor, one should take care of patients under the supervision of more experienced seniors. Providing care to patients requires a range of skills technical and soft. Making a critical decision regarding the management of critically ill patients in the emergency department and post-operative patients.

·         Orthopaedics Resident.  Wahat Al Shifa Polyclinic, Medina Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, from 10th January 2016 until 10th January 2020.

·         Postgraduate trainee. KRL Hospital, Islamabad Pakistan from 30th January 2013 until 11th September 2015.

·         Orthopaedics Resident Ministry of Health, Al Namas KSA from 9th January 2011 until 06 January 2013.

·         Postgraduate Orthopaedics trainee Benazir Bhutto hospital Rawalpindi Pakistan from 29th January 2011 until 06 January 2013.

·         Postgraduate General Surgery trainee Benazir Bhutto hospital Rawalpindi Pakistan, from 10th January 2008 until 25th October 2010.

·         House officer at Rawalpindi General Hospital, Rawalpindi Pakistan in Medicine: 24th March 2004 until 23rd September 2004.

·         House officer at Rawalpindi General Hospital, Rawalpindi Pakistan in general Surgery from 18th October 2004 until 17th April 2005.


Technical skills

History, clinical examination, relevant investigation, pre-and post-operative management, and assisting and under-supervision surgeries.
Emergency management of the patient with the relevant investigation, fracture reduction and application of a POP cast, reductions of dislocations, management of open fractures, and admission of patients
Personal skills

Communication, teamwork, management and leadership, planning and organization, empathy, time management, taking initiative, adaptability and flexibility


·         Comparison of closed reduction and percutaneous pin fixation versus open reduction and internal fixation in selective Gartland’s type supracondylar fracture of the distal humerus in children.


First language:                   Urdu

Other languages:               English, Hindi, Punjabi, Arabic


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