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Dr. Sadia Tariq

Dr. Sadia Tariq is a highly accomplished medical professional who brings a wealth of expertise and deep commitment to improving healthcare to her role as a Trustee at Being Humanitarian Charity. Her extensive education and experience in the medical field makes her an invaluable asset to the organization.

Dr. Sadia's journey in medicine began with the successful completion of her MBBS (Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery) degree in 2004, marking the commencement of her dedicated service to the field of healthcare.

Dr. Sadia’s pursuit of excellence led her to achieve the prestigious FCPS qualification in General Medicine from the College of Physicians and Surgeons Pakistan (CPSP), a testament to her commitment to advancing medical knowledge and practice.

Demonstrating her dedication to professional growth, Dr. Sadia furthered her medical journey by obtaining membership in the Royal College of Physicians (UK), a recognition of her high-level competence and expertise in the medical field.

Currently serving as a Specialist in Acute Medicine at NHS, Dr. Sadia Tariq plays a pivotal role in one of the United Kingdom’s most esteemed healthcare institutions.

Dr. Sadia Tariq’s passion for medicine and her deep interest in improving health align seamlessly with the mission of Being Humanitarian. Her expertise in acute medicine and her experience working within the NHS provide valuable insights into healthcare delivery and access, which can greatly benefit the charity’s initiatives related to medical assistance and health improvement.

As a Trustee, Dr. Tariq is likely to contribute her medical knowledge, strategic thinking, and dedication to making a positive impact on the lives of individuals in need. Her presence on the board underscores the charity’s commitment to having well-rounded expertise to address critical healthcare issues.