Islamabad Medical and Dental College

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Islamabad Medical and Dental College
Official insignia of Islamabad Medical and Dental College
Motto Excellence
Type Private school of medicine and dentistry
Established 2007
Chairman Ghulam Akbar Khan Niazi
Dean Dr. Khalid Hassan
Students 500 (MBBS) and 250 (BDS)
Location Islamabad, Pakistan
Campus 7.5 acres (3 ha)
Affiliations Bahria University, PMDC

Islamabad Medical and Dental College (abbreviated as IMDC) is a medical college located in Islamabad, Pakistan. It has a campus spread over 7.5 acres (3 ha) at the foothills of the Margalla hills. The college gives admission to 100 MBBS, 50 BDS and 4 MDS students each year.[1]


Islamabad Medical and Dental College is affiliated with Bahria University and is recognized by the Pakistan Medical and Dental Council and Ministry of Health. The college is listed in the International Medical Education Directory (IMED) and WHO Directory of Medical Schools. The college has three attached teaching hospitals; Social Security Hospital, Ahmed Medical Complex and St Joseph’s Hospice, Rawalpindi .

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  1. ^ "List of registered medical colleges". Pakistan Medical and Dental Council. Retrieved November 13, 2010. 

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