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Dr Usman Jamil


FCPS Gen Surg, FCPS Vascular Surgery, CHPE
Visiting Vascular & Endo-vascular Surgeon
Shalamar Institute of Health Sciences, Lahore

Department of Vascular & Endo-vascular Surgery

About Prof Usman

Dr. Usman Jamil is a dedicated vascular and endovascular surgeon aiming to establish a recognized vascular surgery practice in Lahore, Pakistan. With a strong commitment to patient care and surgical excellence, he endeavors to provide the latest evidence-based treatments for vascular diseases and chronic kidney disease, following the guidelines set by SVS/ESVS/KDOQI. Driven by his expertise in open procedures, endovascular techniques in the Cath Lab, and hybrid surgical procedures in the operating room, he strives to offer patients the most advanced options available. Currently serving as a Consultant. Dr. Jamil brings his extensive experience and skills to benefit a diverse range of patients, including those with limited access to healthcare services. Through his publications, presentations, and participation in workshops, Dr. Jamil continuously works towards advancing knowledge and improving surgical techniques, ultimately enhancing patient outcomes.

Present Title & Affiliation

  • Visiting Vascular & Endo-vascular Surgeon, Shalamar Institute of Health Sciences, Lahore 


Clinical Services & Interests

Dr. Usman Jamil's clinical interests lie in the field of vascular surgery, with a focus on providing comprehensive care for patients with vascular diseases. He specializes in a wide range of procedures including carotid surgeries, abdominal aortic surgeries, lower limb bypasses, thoracic outlet syndrome, endovascular and hybrid surgeries for venous diseases, vascular malformations, complex arterial diseases, vascular access procedures, and vascular trauma. With his expertise and dedication, he strives to deliver effective surgical solutions and improve the quality of life for his patients.


Research Interests

His research pursuits include topics such as the outcomes of hemodialysis access in the elderly population, rare cases presenting with multiple aneurysms, and the development of a comprehensive endovascular practice.


Education & Training

Shalamar Medical & Dental College, Lahore

Prof and Chief of Surgery & Allied (March 30, 2023- todate)

CMH Lahore

Fellow in Vascular Surgery:

(January 2021 – January 2023)

Indus Hospital Raiwend

Senior Medical Officer (SMO) Surgery:


Horizon Hospital, Lahore

Senior Medical officer (SMO) Surgery:



Fatima Memorial Hospital

Residency in General Surgery (FCPS):


Central Park Medical College

Demonstrator in Physiology:



Jinnah Hospital Lahore

House Officer (Medicine):



Fatima Memorial Hospital

House Officer (Surgery):



Board Certifications

  • CFVS (Vascular & Endovascular Surgery)

  • CHPE (Medical Education)

  • FCPS (General & Laparoscopic Surgery)

  • MBBS


Continuing Medical Education

  • Workshop on Advance Laparoscopic skills in SABIEL Bhakker

  • Basic Life Support (Recognized by American Heart Association)

  • Communication Skills Workshop (CPSP)

  • Basic Surgical Skills Workshop (CPSP)

  • Introduction to Research Methodology (CPSP)

  • Computer Skills IT Workshop (CPSP)


Selected Publications


Peer-Reviewed Articles

1.    Vagal paraganglioma: a rare finding in a 31-year-old male (Ahmed Y, Arif A, Bhatti AM, Nasir SA, Nofal S, Hamza A, Mughal UJ. Vagal paraganglioma: a rare finding in a 31-year-old male. Cureus. 2021 Oct 1;13(10).)
2.    A Rare Case of Homocysteinemia Presenting With Multiple Aneurysms in an Adolescent Boy (Hamza A, Arif A, Bhatti AM, Riaz B, Mughal UJ, Ahmed Y, Tanveer S. A Rare Case of Homocysteinemia Presenting With Multiple Aneurysms in an Adolescent Boy. Cureus. 2021 Sep 13;13(9).)
3.    Hemodialysis Access Outcome in Elderly Population and its Association with Mortality (Pak Armed Forces Med J 2022; 72 (4): 1159)
4.    Road to and beyond amputation, A dedicated vascular surgery perspective (PAFMJ Accepted, awaiting publication)
5.    A start-up Hybrid Theatre Our experience in developing endovascular practice in austere conditions (EJVS 2023)

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