Link Medical Institutes

We are dedicated to making our medical institute a place where everyone is respected and feels like they belong. Our goal is to train amazing doctors and healthcare workers who will change the world for the better. We promise to always work hard and do our best in teaching, research, helping our community, and working together.

Our Mission

  • ducation: We give our students the best medical education possible. We teach them real-world skills, how to think critically, and how to always do the right thing for their patients.

  • Research: We're always pushing the boundaries of science to discover new cures and treatments. We want to make a real difference in how diseases are understood and how patients are cared for.

  • Community Service: Helping our neighbors and those in need around the world is important to us. We offer great healthcare, promote healthy communities, and make sure everyone can get the care they need.

  • Professional Development: We know doctors and staff need to keep learning. That's why we help them grow as leaders and innovators in healthcare.

  • Collaboration: We work closely with other schools, hospitals, and businesses. This helps us make our education and research even better, and lets us provide top-tier medical care.

Our Vision

Link Medical Institute, Lahore, aspires to be a beacon of excellence in the realm of medical education, research, and healthcare services on a global scale. Our vision is to foster a community of healthcare professionals who are not only academically and technically proficient but also possess the ethical grounding to address the ever-evolving healthcare needs of society effectively. We aim to contribute to the improvement of global health outcomes, nurturing a workforce that is compassionate, knowledgeable, and ready to lead with innovation.

Organizational Structure

Patron-in-Chief: The Patron-in-Chief serves as the Chancellor of Link Medical Institute, Lahore, embodying the highest level of authority within the institute's structure. This role signifies the ultimate oversight and commitment to the institute's foundational values and objectives.

CEO: Functioning as the Chief Executive Officer, the CEO holds the pivotal position of overseeing all operational, academic, and administrative aspects of the institute. As the primary executive leader, the CEO is responsible for steering the institute towards its strategic goals, ensuring the implementation of policies, and maintaining the highest standards of education and research.

Key Officers of the Institute:

  • Registrar: Manages the administrative affairs, including student admissions, records, and governance, ensuring the smooth operation of the institute.

  • Deans: Oversee the academic faculties, responsible for maintaining the quality of education, research, and faculty performance within their respective domains.

  • Directors: Handle various administrative departments, playing a critical role in the institute's daily operations and long-term planning.

  • Chairpersons or Heads of Teaching Departments: Lead the academic departments with a focus on curriculum development, faculty oversight, and monitoring student academic progress.

  • Director Finance: Oversees the financial management, budgeting, and planning of the institute, ensuring fiscal responsibility and sustainability.

  • Controller of Examinations: Manages the examination system, including the organization, evaluation, and certification processes, upholding the integrity of the institute's academic standards.

Apex Body - Board of Governors:

The Board of Governors is the supreme authority at Link Medical Institute, Lahore, tasked with the oversight of administrative, academic, and financial affairs. It establishes the institute's policies, statutes, and governance framework, guiding its strategic direction.

Other Authorities of the Institute:

  • Executive Council: Implements operational decisions in line with the Board of Governors' policies, ensuring effective management and policy execution.

  • Academic Council: Guarantees academic excellence, approving curricula, and setting academic standards and policies to foster an enriching educational environment.

  • Board of Studies: Specializes in academic disciplines, advising on curriculum and academic policy to ensure relevance and rigor.

  • Advanced Studies and Research Board: Manages postgraduate programs and research initiatives, promoting innovation and scholarly excellence.

  • Selection Board: Oversees the appointment and promotion of faculty and academic staff, ensuring the recruitment of distinguished professionals.

  • Finance and Planning Council: Directs financial policy, budget management, and resource allocation, aligning financial strategies with the institute's goals.

  • Affiliation Committee: Manages affiliations with other institutions, ensuring they meet the rigorous standards of Link Medical Institute.

This comprehensive structure supports Link Medical Institute, Lahore, in its mission to advance medical education and research, preparing students to become compassionate, skilled, and innovative healthcare professionals.

Mode of Education

At Link Medical Institute, we use a mix of modern technology and different teaching styles to help students learn best. We have videos, readings, online tutorials, and even virtual classrooms. This way, every student can learn in the way that works for them.

Even though our program is flexible, we still have high standards. We have tests and other ways to check how well students are understanding things.Our classes are set up in a "modular" system. This means students have more freedom to learn at their own pace, in the way that works best for them.

We do all of this because we want our students to be ready for the changing world of healthcare. By using the latest technology and focusing on quality, we train the next generation of doctors to be smart, flexible, and ready to help people all over the world.

Link Medical

Strategic Partnerships

Link Medical Institute partners with other respected organizations. They sign special agreements called MOUs to work together on important things like:

  • Better Learning Materials: Sharing ideas to make sure students are learning the most up-to-date medical knowledge and practices.

  • Sharing Resources: Sharing things like research labs, medical libraries, and special tools so everyone can learn and teach better.

  • Research Projects: Working together on research to find new cures, improve healthcare, and help keep people healthy.

  • Teacher Training: Organizing programs to help teachers learn the newest ways to teach, practice medicine, and do research.

  • Stronger Technology: Improving computers and online systems so students and teachers have the best tools for learning and teaching.

Why do they do this? Because working together makes Link Medical Institute even stronger in teaching, research, and helping the community. These partnerships help students, teachers, and ultimately, make healthcare better for everyone!

Link Medical Faculty

Full-Time Teachers:

These teachers work at the Institute all the time. They are experts in different areas of medicine and are also committed to teaching and doing research. They help students learn, act as mentors, and find new medical discoveries.

Special Guest Teachers:

Sometimes we bring in experts for short or long courses. These could be famous doctors, researchers, or people who invent new medical technology. They share their real-world experience and add specialized knowledge that our full-time teachers might not have.

Why do we do this?

By having both kinds of teachers, we make sure students learn the basics and get exposed to the newest ideas and practices in healthcare. We carefully choose our special guest teachers to make sure they are amazing at what they do and that they fit with our overall goals.

Our teachers work together to give students the best medical education possible. This prepares our students to become great doctors who know their stuff, care about their patients, and can find new ways to improve healthcare.

Protection Against Harassment


In alignment with the "Protection against Harassment of Women at the Workplace Act, 2010 (Amendment, 2022)," Link Medical Institute, Lahore, has established a comprehensive policy and an Inquiry Committee to ensure a safe and respectful working environment. Our institution is dedicated to preventing harassment, abuse, and intimidation, thereby upholding the dignity of work for all employees and students. This policy reflects our commitment to equal opportunity, non-discrimination, and a productive work environment as enshrined in the Constitution.

Inquiry Committee Composition

The Inquiry Committee at Link Medical Institute comprises:

  • Convener Inquiry Committee

  • Member Inquiry Committee

  • Member/Secretary Inquiry Committee


Our goal is to create an atmosphere where all staff and students can work and learn free from harassment, fostering higher productivity and a better quality of life at work.

Understanding Harassment

Harassment, as defined by the Act, includes but is not limited to:

  • Unwelcome sexual advances, requests for sexual favors, stalking, or cyberstalking.

  • Verbal, visual, or written communication or physical conduct of a sexual nature.

  • Sexually demeaning attitudes causing interference with work performance or creating an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work environment.

  • Discrimination based on gender, which may or may not be sexual in nature but results in discriminatory behavior against the complainant.

Manifestations of Harassment

The policy recognizes three significant manifestations of harassment:

1. Abuse of Authority: Demand by a person in authority for sexual favors in exchange for job benefits.

2. Creating a Hostile Environment: Conduct or discrimination based on gender that interferes with an individual’s work performance or creates an intimidating, hostile, or offensive work environment.

3. Retaliation: Acts of retaliation against a complainant refusing to grant sexual favors, impacting the employee’s career or work environment negatively.

Filing a Complaint

  • Preparation: Complainants should familiarize themselves with the harassment definition and only file a complaint if the incident aligns with the definitions provided by the Act.

  • Contents of the Complaint: Should include a comprehensive statement of facts, supporting documents or evidence, names of witnesses, and any other relevant information.

  • Verification: The complainant must verify that the information provided is true and correct to the best of their knowledge.

  • Submission: Complaints should be signed or thumb-printed by the complainant and submitted to

Commitment to Non-Discrimination

Link Medical Institute guarantees that every complaint will be addressed with utmost seriousness and confidentiality, ensuring protection without discrimination, including gender bias.

Ethical Use of the Policy

It is imperative to use this policy ethically and responsibly. Misuse of the platform for false allegations undermines the integrity of our commitment to protect the rights and dignity of all individuals at the Institute.


Link Medical Institute stands firmly against any form of harassment within the workplace. Our policy and procedures are designed to support victims, ensure fair investigation, and maintain a respectful and safe educational and working environment. Together, we strive to uphold the highest standards of professionalism and respect for all members of our community.

Quality, not quantity

Quality Enhancement Cell (QEC)

Introduction to QEC

Welcome to the Quality Enhancement Cell (QEC) at Link Medical Institute, Lahore. Our dedicated cell focuses on enhancing the quality of specialized medical education and certification courses, ensuring they meet the highest standards of excellence and relevance in the healthcare sector.

Mission Statement:
To uphold and enhance the quality of medical education through continuous assessment and improvement of specialization and certification courses, ensuring they align with current healthcare needs and practices.

Vision Statement:
To establish Link Medical Institute as a beacon of excellence in specialized medical education, recognized for its commitment to quality, innovation, and relevance in the healthcare industry.

Director's Message:
"As Director of QEC, I am proud to lead a team that is passionate about quality in medical education. Our aim is not just to meet but to exceed standards, preparing our graduates to excel in their professional careers and contribute meaningally to the healthcare community."

QEC Team Structure

  • Director, QEC: Oversees all quality enhancement activities.

  • Deputy Director, QEC: Assists in the strategic planning and execution of quality assurance processes.

  • Manager, Quality Assurance: Manages the implementation of quality assurance measures and coordinates with faculty and departments.

  • Quality Assurance Officer: Supports day-to-day quality assurance activities and data collection.

Streamlined QEC Functions

External Influences:
While not directly governed by the Higher Education Commission (HEC), our QEC adopts best practices from HEC's quality assurance frameworks, tailoring them to the unique needs of specialized medical education.

Internal Quality Enhancement:
Our internal focus is on developing and maintaining a culture of quality within our specialized courses through:

  • Curriculum development and review.

  • Faculty development and evaluation.

  • Effective feedback mechanisms from stakeholders.

  • Research and innovation in medical education.

Key Responsibilities

1. Course Quality Self-Assessment: Regularly assess and review specialization and certification courses to ensure their relevance and effectiveness.

2. Faculty and Course Evaluation: Implement streamlined processes for evaluating faculty performance and course content.

3. Stakeholder Feedback Collection: Collect and analyze feedback from students, alumni, and employers to inform continuous improvement.

4. Accreditation and Compliance: Ensure courses meet the standards set by relevant accreditation bodies.

5. Annual Quality Reports: Prepare and publish annual reports detailing the institute's quality enhancement efforts and outcomes.

Revised Proforma/Formats for Stakeholders

For Students:

  • Course Evaluation Questionnaire

  • Graduating Student Survey

For Faculty Members:

  • Specialization Course Review Report

  • Faculty Development Feedback Form

For Alumni:

  • Alumni Engagement Survey

For Employers:

  • Employer Feedback Form

These proformas are designed to be succinct yet comprehensive, enabling efficient collection and analysis of data crucial for the continuous improvement of our courses