The Impact Of Dr. Shafik Sachedina In Medical Field

Dr. Shafik Sachedina was born in 1950 in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania. He is a philanthropist, medical entrepreneur and also a doctor. Dr. Sachedina has a passion for volunteer work and has actively participated in the development of many organizations. Since his qualification as a dental surgeon from the Guy’s Hospital Dental and Medical School in 1975, Dr. Shafik has worked as a surgeon in England.

In addition to his surgical skills, Dr. Sachedina has got deep entrepreneurial desire in the health-care area. Concerning the community’s culture of voluntary service, Dr. Shafik has been working as a volunteer in Jamati and Aga Khan Institutions. Currently, he serves as the department head of Jamati Institutions at the secretariat of Agan Khan in France. In this capacity, he is responsible for connecting with the Ismaili Community Institutions in Central Asia and the development program of Aga Khan.

Shafik Sachedina is a member of the board of the governors of the Ismaili Imamat he also serves many other capacities. For instance, he is a member of both Aiglemont and the Aga Khan Development Network committee,chairman of the FOCUS Humanitarian Assistance International Co-ordinating and a member of the Leaders’ International Forum of Ismaili. He has also served as a voluntary president of the United Kingdom Ismail Council for two consecutive terms.

Dr. Shafik is also a co-chairman and the owner of the Sussex Health Care. Sussex Health is a private group of care homes located in West Sussex. Its primary focus is on taking care of the old people more so those with mental issues such as Alzheimer’s disease or Dementia.

To provide valuable services to its clients, Sussex has a group of specialists who assist in taking care of people with neurological disabilities and brain injuries. The firm has offered health care services to more than three hundred thousand people. Through the leadership of Dr.Shafik, Sussex has lately launched a new outreach service in Broadbridge Health village.

This outreach service has a team experienced staff, a gym that is specialized and a call system for an emergency. In 2015 six of its workers were awarded a level five diploma in professional practice in social care. During their study period, these workers would attend workshops on a monthly basis, and fifty percent of their assignments were work-based to give them a flexible time to work as they studied. Through the award, the workers are now qualified to study bachelors of art degrees.

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