Dr. Shafik Sachedina and the Institute of Ismaili Studies
Dr. Shafik Sachedina is a household name in British’s health care sector thanks to his various contributions and the different positions he holds in the sector. For instance, as the head of the Jamati institution department in France, Dr. Shafik Sachedina is responsible for the coordination of day to day activities within the sixteen bodies of ISS. That means he directs all the events organized by ISS in any part of the world where the Jamati institution is present.
He also ensures smooth interactions of the Agha Khan Development network program in Central and Asian countries. The Institute of Ismaili studies is responsible for creating awareness on the Islamic culture and also the preservation of the same. It is chaired by the Prince Rahim Aga Khan, and Dr. Shafik Sachedina is among the top board members.
Dr. Shafik Sachedina and Sussex healthcare
Besides his high flying career success, Dr. Shafik Sachedina is also known for his kind personality and is the owner of Sussex healthcare in West Sussex through which the elderly and the disabled get access to quality medical care. Although he specialized in dentistry and oral surgery while at the University of London, Dr. Shafik Sachedina focuses on residential care. Apart from being the owner of the branch in West Sussex, Dr. Shafik is also a co-founder of Sussex health care and serves as the joint chairman of the facility. The hospital boasts state of the art equipment and provides various programs and treatment to chronic conditions such as Alzheimer, dementia, and others such as brain injury, spinal cord lesions and various therapies to the disabled. Through its highly trained professionals, the facility offers not only sustainable care but combines recreational activities into its schedule to ensure a speedy recovery for the patients.
Dr. Shafik Sachedina background info
The sixty-seven-year-old was born in Dar es Salaam Tanzania but moved to London where he attended Guy’s Hospital Medical and Dental school, the University of London and graduated with a DDS degree. That was not the limit to his education as he went on to study for his MD degree in dentistry at the University of the King College. He later moved to England where he has been practicing his dental surgery skills for quite a long time now. However, he focuses more on voluntary work and making the lives of others better through his position in the Institute of Ismaili studies and several other organization in which he occupies senior positions. His entrepreneurial and philanthropic spirit has earned him a lot of success and not only personal awards but for the Sussex healthcare facilities.