Rashid Latif Medical School was established in 2010 and was named after its founder Rashid Latif Khan. It is a private medical school located on Ferozepur Road, Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. Rashid Latif Medical School was established on 3 acres of land at Ferozepur Road in Lahore by graduate students and medical teachers. Arif Memorial Teaching Hospital
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A brief history of Arif Memorial Hospital
Arif Memorial Hospital was established in November of that year. It is a teaching hospital with a capacity of 5 beds. As a charity, its funding comes primarily from donations.
The college admits 150 students with public results. Admissions are gender-neutral and are given through the Central Medical School Entrance Examination (MCAT) which is conducted every year by the University of Health Sciences, Lahore. Foreign students can also apply for admission through the Pakistan Higher Education Commission. Candidates who meet the minimum educational requirements for admission will be included in the interview list and their abilities, communication skills and English language skills will be tested.
Translation Oncology and Personal Medicine Laboratory (LTOPM) is part of the Rashid Latif School of Medicine. LTOPM aims to focus on personal medicine for people by creating protective medical care based on their specific medical, family and genetic makeup.