About Dr M Shakeel Awaisi

Dr. Shakeel Awaisi has a sound educational background with degree of Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery from Pakistan. He has number of degrees from internationl institutes of surgery like he did Post-graduate fellowship in orthopedic surgery, 1993-1996, from Boston University, MA and he did Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons, Glasgow, United Kingdom, 1990 like these. He did consultancy as a Orthopedic Physician Associate in Bay State Health Systems, Springfield, MA.

Dr. Shakeel Awaisi was very active Volunteer and play role as Volunteer like Dominican Republic, 2001-2002 Organized three trips during this period and accompanied each team of medical professionals to provide free medical care and distribute health care information to residents in rural areas. He is now president of Health International, Inc., Amherst, MA.

Experiences


Physician & Managing Director

USHealthcare, Southfield, MI

Providing clinical consultations of patients in the outpatient setting, staffing physicians, and developing business

Orthopedic Physician Associate

Bay State Health Systems, Springfield, MA

Provided orthopedic consults for orthopedic trauma patients in the emergency room, outpatient orthopedic consultations and assisted major and minor surgeries in the operating room

Orthopedic Consultant

Veterans Hospital, Northampton, MA

Provided orthopedic consults for orthopedic trauma patients in the emergency room and outpatient clinic

President

Health International, Inc., Amherst, MA

Provided medical and orthopedic outpatient services and managed physical therapy clinics

Education


Post-Graduate

Boston University, MA

Post-graduate fellowship in orthopedic surgery, 1993-1996

Fellowship

Royal College of Surgeons Glasgow, United Kingdom

Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons, Glasgow, United Kingdom, 1990

MBBS

Nishter Medical College Pakistan

MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine/Bachelor of Surgery), 1984, Nishtar Medical College, Pakistan

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