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Imamia Medics International

The professional body of Ja’fri Muslim physicians, scientists, pharmacists and allied health professionals resolve in the allegiance of Imam-e-Zamana (a.t.f.s), the patron-in-chief of the association, to utilize their knowledge and resources to further the cause of education and health care in areas of need. All activities, projects, and utilization of manpower and financial resources must be in accordance with the basic tenets of Islam as interpreted by the Holy Prophet (s.a.w) and his noble Ahlul-Bayt (a.s.).

The organizational structure consists of two elected bodies: a board of regents stationed at IMI Headquarters in the U.S. and a board of directors in each member country. Within a country there are several local chapters, each headed by a chapter representative.

IMI was incorporated as a professional academic body of Ja’fari Muslim physicians at Albany, New York in 1994. Since then, the election for board of regents has been held every three years and the election for board of directors has been held every two years. These elections are solely restricted to Ja’fari Muslim medical and allied health professionals. Individuals with the same principles can become associated members.



Imamia Medics International had organized a community doctors’ meeting at Hyderabad A.P. on January 26, 2003. It was presided by Dr. Iftekhar Bader M.D. (U.S.A).

Dr. Aslam Abbas M.D. from Princess Esra Hospital was the chief guest attending this meeting. Mr. Nazer Hussain Zaidi and Mr. Syed Ali Hussain Zaidi, both board members of Imamia Medics International were also present.

In his introductory speech, Dr. Iftekhar Bader M.D. (U.S.A) stressed the urgency to establish small clinics in order to solve health-related problems in the impoverished areas of the community. Dr. Bader explained the efficacy IMI has to aid these issues. Dr. Bader, who is an Indian-born U.S. citizen, described other clinics in similar situations which are being successfully run by IMI in various parts of the globe. He concluded his speech by emphasizing how this could also be done in Hyderabad.

Dr. Aslam Abbas M.D. from Princess Esra Hospital expressed his happiness and said organizations such as IMI have become indispensable in today’s world. Dr. Abbas assured that he would do his best to serve the community through the IMI clinic. Mr. Nazer Hussain Zaidi encouraged all the young doctors of the community to join this effort and said that it was the responsibility of every individual

to come forward and help the community to grow and prosper. Dr. Wajahat Mohsini, a young doctor of the community, also delivered a speech and expressed his happiness over this project. He demonstrated his happiness by rendering his services for the clinic twice a week.

The meeting concluded with an open question-and-answer session of 10 to 15 minutes by Dr. Iftekhar Bader.


Get Well Clinic was inaugurated on February 20th, 2003 at Laal Mitti Ki Dargah by the graceful hands of Aftaab-e-Deccan, Allama S. Akhtar Zaidi Sahab.

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony (Dr. Aslam Abbas, Dr Asghar Hussian, Allama S. Akhtar Zaidi Sahab and S. Ali Hussain Zaidi).

    (Dr. S.Ali Hussain, Dr. Mujtaba Hussain, Dr. Ali Akbar, Dr. Aslam Abbas, Allama Akhtar Zaidi Sahab, Dr. Asghar Hussain & Dr Wajahat.)
    The area councilor of Darulshifa, Ms. Mumtaz Fatima, also attended the function. She appreciated the initiative and conveyed her best wishes for the clinic.


Get Well Clinic completed its first successful year and a small function was held on February 13th, 2004 at Uloom-e-Hyderi, Darulshifa. The function was attended by GWC’s chief patron Allama S. Akhtar Zaidi Sahab, Dr. M.M. Taqui Khan, a renowned scientist, and Dr. Iftekhar Bader, founder of the Get Well Clinic Hyerabad. The first annual report was presented by S. Hyder Hussain. The function was moderated by Mrs. Tasneem Zaidi.


The 2nd anniversary of Get Well Clinic was a moment of great pleasure as GWC expanded to provide primary medical care with an addition of a 24-hour ambulance service and a pathological lab.


The inauguration of the pathological lab was done by Maulana Raza Agha Saheb, a renowned name in the community, who showered his blessings upon the clinic and appreciated the hard work of all the people involved in catering these low-price health services to the indigent.

The ambulance service was inaugurated by our chief patron Allama S. Akhtar Zaidi Sahab, who was always there as a source of inspiration and was whole-heartedly present in many events of Get Well Clinic.


In the past, Get Well Clinic was run in a small portion of a house rented at Laal Mitti Ki Dargah. With the growing number of patients day by day, there was a need of a larger space to attend the patients.

With this aim in mind, Get Well Clinic was renovated and expanded in accordance with the needs of the people of the community. The timings of the clinic were also extended from 10:00 A.M to 2:00 P.M and 6:00 P.M. to 10:00 P.M. with 2 doctors, 2 nurses, 2 attenders, and an administrator.

The expansion of Get Well Clinic was inaugurated by Allama S. Akhtar Zaidi Saheb and the function was attended by the distinguished citizens of the community.


Get Well Clinic completed five successful years under the auspicious banner of Imamia Medics International. In these five eventful years the staff and doctors have worked with great zeal and enthusiasm to provide primary care to the needy people of the community. GWC organized First-Aid Eye Camps and Diabetic Camps during the months of Moharram and Safar. Also, GWC raised an awareness of the Hepatitis B virus and has given vaccinations at reasonable costs. All this was possible with the sincere and unremitting efforts by the staff and founding members of Get Well Clinic and Imamia Medics International.

Visit By Doctors From Wisconsin (U.S.A)

A team of nurses & pharmacists from All Saints Healthcare Racine, Wisconsin came to visit the clinic and enthusiastically rendered their services to the patients for the time they stayed in Hyderabad.

They were very impressed with the organization and execution of services in the clinic. Moreover, they were amazed by the low costs of the services.

Visit By Doctors From Texas (U.S.A)

Get Well Clinic welcomed Dr. Geraldine Gossard and Dr. Lara A. Sevador who came from Texas to render their services to the patients of Durlshifa for 15 days.

The two doctors were members of “The Goal Foundation” which is also a charitable service organization in the field of medicine.

Many students from here and abroad have volunteered in the clinic in whatever possible ways they could.

"Do not feel ashamed if the amount of charity is small because to refuse the needy is an act of greater shame."
-Imam Ali (a.s)

Please join and help this great cause. We ask you to contribute with open arms and aide in the maintenance of the facility and the healthcare needs in this area.