Department of Ophthalmology


Eyes are important to appreciate the beauty of this world and cost effective and comprehensive evaluation and management of eye diseases is an essential key to the healthy eyes. With the high aims and objectives, Prof. Muhammad Moin, head of Ophthalmology department of Ameer u din Medical college and Lahore general hospital, took up the laborious task of effectively running and developing this department. With the dedicated team of experienced faculty, the department has acquired expertise to treat a wide range of patients with various types of eye diseases. It is one of the leading Ophthalmology Units in Punjab with the cutting-edge technology to provide comprehensive and sub-specialty services to the patients.    
Well-organized and intelligently managed this department, is composed of three units. Unit I is led by Prof. Muhammad Moin, who is a renowned ophthalmologist and Oculoplastics and Vitreoretinal surgeon. Unit II is headed by Prof. Tayyaba Gul Malik who is a comprehensive ophthalmologist with special expertise in corneal diseases. Unit III is supervised by Prof. Hussain Ahmad Khaqan, who is well-known for his Vitreo-retinal services and expert catering for all complicated retinal disorders. 
Along with the high volume services to patients with diverse ocular pathologies, there is a dedicated Ophthalmology Diagnostic center efficiently run by the trained personnel. Believing in prevention has led to the establishment of Retinal screening services in the Diabetic Medical Center of the hospital and a Retinopathy of Prematurity services in the Neonatology department. 


It is a 60-bedded tertiary care, teaching unit, comprising of male and female wings of 30 beds each, responsible for caring all types of eye patients admitted through OPD or Emergency. There are 6 wards, 3 for males and 3 for females, operation theatre complex, laser room and 13 OPD rooms for screening, diagnostics and specialist clinics. 
There are three offices for professors, one for associate professor, three for medical officers and a common room. Separate computer room and conference hall along with departmental library are also included in the department. 


The department is responsible for teaching and training of undergraduate and post- graduate medical students and nursing staff. The department is recognized by all examining bodies and PMC for House job training. Post-graduate courses include:
  • FCPS / MCPS in Ophthalmology
  • FCPS in Vitreo-retina
  • FCPS in Oculoplastics
  • FRCS teaching and training program in Ophthalmology
  • MS Ophthalmology (UHS)
  • DOMS by (UHS)
Teaching of postgraduate trainees comprises of bedside teaching, seminars, lectures, journal club, CPC and surgical training under supervision. 


We have a handsome collection of Ophthalmic books in departmental library, which include invaluable selection for ophthalmologists, FCPS/MCPS trainees and under graduates. There is also access to national and online international journals to keep the residents and faculty abreast with the latest advancements in Ophthalmology.


We thrive to strengthen our department in all fields of ophthalmology and our scientific goals for the next five years are: 
  • To start specialist cornea services in the department
  • To collaborate with national and international research centers for innovative research 
  • To expand diagnostic and surgical services in all sub-specialties
  • To start small research projects for the undergraduate students to involve them in writing and publication.


Unit I


Unit II


Unit III

  • Dr. Tahir Muazzam
  • Dr. Awais afzal
  • Dr. Muhammad Muneeb
  • Dr.Umer Farooq
  • Dr. Ayesha Ghafoor
  • Dr. Junaid Ahmed Hashmi
  • Dr. Mehreen Akram
  • Dr. Iqra Qureshi
  • Dr. Zukhruf Ijaz
  • Dr. Iqra Alsam
  • Dr. Nauman Ahmed
  • Dr. Shuja-ur-Rehman
  • Dr. Muhammad Baksh Khalid
  • Dr. Muhammad Shahzad Afzal
  • Dr. Nauman Naeem
  • Dr. Sara Riaz
  • Dr. Hassan Tariq
  • Dr. Marya Shahid
  • Dr. Muhammad Shah
  • Dr. Muhammad Farqaleet
  • Dr. Fatima Khalid
  • Dr. Hassan Javed
  • Dr. Mahtab Haider
  • Dr. Sajeela Saman 
  • Dr. Raheela Naz
  • Dr. Mehreen Afzal
  • Dr. Saleem Ullah
  • Dr. Usman Zia
  • Dr. Sidra Jamil
  • Dr. Laraib Hassan
  • Dr. Nabeel Akram 
  • Dr. Usman Mumtaz
  • Dr. Hafiz Mubashir
  • Dr. Hasnain Muhammad Buksh
  • Dr. Abdul Samad 



The department is also active in research activities. Current research topics include: 
  • Comparison between efficacy (anatomical attachment and BCVA) of SF6 gas vs filtered air after PPV in fresh RRD
  • Efficacy of suprachoroidal triamcinolone acetonide for diabetic macular edema
  • Comparison of outcomes of endonasal vs external DCR
  • Comparison of efficacy between dorzolamide/timolol vs brinzolamide/brimonidine in lowering IOP in primary open angle glaucoma
  • Prophylactic effect of dorzolamide timolol combination on IOP spikes after intra vitreal bevacizumab injection
  • Mean RNFL thickness in patients with papilledema on OCT
  • Clinical outcomes of Ahmed glaucoma valve implantation in pediatric glaucoma and comparison of AGV implantation in phakic and aphakic eyes 
  • Change in RNFL thickness after intra vitreal bevacizumab injection in diabetic macular edema
  • Changes in anterior chamber parameters after phacoemulsification, an anterior segment OCT based study
  • Comparison between intra vitreal ranibizumab vs bevacizumab for treatment of retinopathy of prematurity
  • Comparison of outcomes of endonasal DCR with or without adjunctive use of mitomycin C
  • Frequency of ocular hypertension and glaucoma in Pseudo-exfoliation
  • Effect of phacoemulsification on measurement of GCC changes and optic nerve head parameters using spectral domain OCT
  • Comparison of changes in RNFL thickness by spectral domain OCT in glaucoma and non glaucoma patients after phacoemulsification
  • Short term effect of ND YAG laser capsulotomy on macular RNFL thickness and IOP
  • Variability in central macular thickness after phacoemulsification in non-insulin dependent diabetics with and without retinopathy
  • The effect of intra vitreal injection bevacizumab on fellow eye in a patient with bilateral diabetic macular edema
  • To study the role of mitomycin C in primary pterygium surgery for prevention of recurrence
  • Comparison of visual acuity in PPV with silicon oil endo-tamponade for RRD PVR C with and without injection enoxaparin sodium
  • Comparison of treatment outcome of systemic chemotherapy vs intra-arterial chemotherapy for retinoblastoma
  • Diagnostic accuracy of OCT to detect cystoid macular edema in patients with diabetes mellitus taking FFA as gold standard
  • Treatment outcomes of primary six cycles of intravenous chemotherapy for retinoblastoma in terms of recurrence in a tertiary healthcare hospital
  • Comparison of outcome of the patients with diabetic macular traction with RD treated with 23 vs 25 gauge micro-incision vitrectomy surgery
  • Comparison of diagnostic accuracy of OCT and FFA to diagnose CME diabetes


Faculty Unit I

Prof. Muhammad Moin
(Prof. of Opthalmology)
Head of the Department (Unit I)

Dr. Lubna Siddiqui

Assistant Professor

Dr. Arooj Amjad

Assistant Professor
Dr. Adeel Chaudhry
Assistant Professor
Dr. Fahd Kamal Akhtar
Sr. Registrar

Faculty Unit II

Dr. Tayyaba Gul Malik
Professor of Ophthalmology
Head of the Department (Unit II)


Dr. Tehmina Jhangir
Associate Professor

Dr. Muhammad Ali Haider 
Assistant Professor

Faculty Unit III

Dr. Hussain Ahmad Khaqan 
Associate Prof. of Ophthalmology
Head of the Department (Unit III)

Dr. Rizwan Ullah
Associate Professor

Dr. Zubair Saleem 
Assistant Professor