Dr. Hafeeza Naz

MBBS, FCPS (medicine), FCPS (endocrinology),
CRCP (DUHS)
Assistant Professor Endocrinology
Head of Endocrine Section
Shalamar Medical and Dental College Lahore

About Dr. Hafeeza Naz
Dr Hafeeza Naz is one of well-known Endocrinologist based in Lahore. She has more than 7 years of specialty experience mostly in tertiary care hospitals. She currently heads the Endocrine department (SiDER) at Shalamar Hospital as Assistant Professor. She is also an Executive Member of Pakistan Endocrine Society and Member, American Society of Endocrinology. Dr Naz, did her MBBS from Punjab Medical College (UHS) in 2007 and continued to complete her fellowship in medicine (FCPS) in 2014 under the mentorship of Professor Faisal Masud. Soon after she started supra specialty training in Endocrinology and got her 2nd Fellowship in 2019. During her training and professional career, she engaged in research and training, has more than 5 research publications with area of interest Obesity and metabolism, post-transplant diabetes and thyroid diseases. She has been part of the core organizing team responsible for some national level medical events and conferences, hosting many renowned international academia.

  • Assistant Professor Endocrinology and Head Of Endocrine Section, Department of Medicine, Shalamar Medical and Dental College, Lahore
  • Head of Clinical Research committee medicine, Shalamar Hospital
  • Dr Naz has a clinical experience in evaluation and treatment of the endocrine disorders and has special interest in the following:

    • Diabetes Mellitus
    • Thyroid Disorders
    • Calcium and Bone Disorders
    • Obesity and Metabolic syndrome
    • Hormonal hypertension
    • Pituitary and Growth disorders
    • Hyperprolactinemia
    • Polycystic ovarian syndrome

Dr Hafeeza has a keen interest in research and during her training and professional career, she engaged in research and training, has more than 5 research publications with area of interest Obesity and metabolism, Post transplant Diabetes and thyroid diseases.

 Fellow Endocrinology at Department of Endocrinology & Metabolism, Services Institute of Medical Sciences / Services Hospital Lahore, Pakistan (January 2015 – January 2019)
Fellow Medicine training at Medical Unit 4, Services Institute of Medical Sciences / Service Hospital Lahore, Pakistan (August 2008 – January 2013)

 

2014, Fellowship of College of Physicians & Surgeons Pakistan (FCPS), in Medicine
2019, Fellowship of College of Physicians & Surgeons Pakistan (FCPS), in Endocrinology,
2007, Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) Punjab Medical College, Faisalabad.

Assistant Professor of Endocrinology and Head of Endocrine Section at Sakina Begum Institute of Diabetes & Endocrinology Research (SIDER), Shalamar Institute of Health Sciences, Lahore (April 2022 – present)
Assistant Professor (OPS) at Department of Endocrinology & Metabolism, Services Institute of Medical Sciences / Services Hospital Lahore, Pakistan (April 2019 – March 2022)
Registrar Endocrinology Ward at Department of Endocrinology & Metabolism, Services Institute of Medical Sciences / Services Hospital Lahore, Pakistan (January 2017 – January 2019)

  •  Awarded Medal of honor in recognition of services for endocrinology by Pakistan Society of Endocrinology (PES)

  • Awarded Memento in recognition of contributions in campaign against Diabetes by Governor Punjab

  • Member American Society of Clinical Endocrinology, AACE
  • Executive Pakistan Endocrine Society, PES
  • Member International Endocrinology Society

Peer-Reviewed Articles

  1. Estimation of body fat in Pakistani adult: A comparison of equations based upon skinfold thickness measurements. Pak J Med Sci 2017 May-Jun;33(3):635-639
  2. COVID-19 related fears and adherence to infection control protocol amongst immunocompromised transplant recipients: A case study, Pak J Med Sci. 2022 Nov-Dec;38(8):2289-2295.doi: 10.12669/pjms.38.8.5590.
  3. Viral Infections and Body Mass Index as Major Risk factors for Post Transplantation Diabetes mellitus- A retrospective study in Punjab, Pakistan. South Asian Journal Of Public Health, volume no.2 Issue no.1