ULMAA (University of Liverpool Malaysia Alumni Association)

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ULMAA’s Interesting & Successful Alumni Series – Dr. Mohamed Kassim

Dr. Mohamed Kassim, the leader of “Malaysians for Peace” NGO (MFP NGO) voluntary medical team.

Dr Mohamed Kassim Bin Abdul Rahim has the Degree of Master in Tropical Paediatric at the Tropical School Of Medicine, The University of Liverpool, United Kingdom. He is a Fellow of The Royal Society Of Tropical Medicine And Hygiene, London, United Kingdom.

He also received Bachelor in Medicine for Surgery, Obstetric And Gynecology, Community Medicine, Paediatrics, Opthalmalogy, Dermatology, and Psychiatry.

He was the only Doctor who was in charge for the success of the North Pole Expedition (Expedisi Khutub Utara) programme under Dato Abdul Azeez bin Abdul Rahim Putera of Malaysia.

He was the team doctor for the climb of Mount Kinabalu on the 31st of August 2007, the 50th National Day celebration of Malaysia.

He led the MFP NGO team, to Cyclone Sidr area in Sharumkhulla and Bagerhat, in Bangladesh in December 2007.

He has First Dan Black Belt In Taek Won Do (ITF) and had represented College And Intervarsity.

He was the Paediatrician (Tropical Paediatric) at Mawar Medical Centre, Shah Alam, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia. He was the Medical Director of Mawar Medical Centre. He was also a Paediatrician (Tropical Paediatric), the Chief Executive Officer and the Medical Director of Meru Medical Centre, Klang, Selangor Darul Ehsan, Malaysia

He is now heavily involved with VOLUNTARY SERVICES
by taking active part at various times in the medical field.

1. During the service in the Malaysian Armed Forces, he was in charge of the Medical And Nutrition Services under the Jiwa Murni programmes in the various regions in the states of Pahang. Terengganu and Kelantan in Malaysia.
2. He led the medical team under MFP NGO to war torn areas in Afghanistan
3. He led MFP NGO to tsunami affected region in Banda Acheh, Indonesia
4. He worked with the Journalists as a medical volunteer during the floods in Bangladesh
5. He performed free mass circumcision for children from the lower income group from 1983 – 2004 during school holidays
6. He sponsored various sports events and games in rural Meru in Klang, and encouraging youngsters to get involved in sports and games
7. He conducted free annual medical camps under “Rakyat Mesra Kesihatan”
8. He led a number of medical teams to earth quake areas in Balakot, Muzaffarabad, and Battagram, in Pakistan in 2005/2006
9. He led the medical team for MFP NGO to earth quake hit areas in Djogjakarta especially in Bantul in 2006
10. He led the medical team for MFP NGO to Lebanon to serve at the Lebanon Israel border
11. He led the medical team for MFP NGO to flood hit areas in Johore in 2008.

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June 15, 2009 - Posted by | Uncategorized

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