General Internal Medicine
Designatory Letters: 
MB Karachi 1959, MRCP Glasg 1967, MRCP Edin 1968, FRCP Edin 1989

(Contributed by Professor Ejaz Ahmed Vohra, FRCP Edin)

Dr Muhammad Ameen Memon was born in 1934 at Rajkot, now part of Gujarat (India). His initial education was at the Irish Missionary School, Rajkot, at Junagarh and D J College, Karachi. His family migrated to Pakistan. He graduated from Dow Medical College in 1959. He subsequently undertook postgraduate medical training in the UK, obtaining the DTM&H (England) in 1962 and Membership of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of both Edinburgh and Glasgow. He was subsequently made a Fellow of the Edinburgh College.

During his long career in Karachi he provided services with compassion and competence at various hospitals including low income areas of Karachi. He had a long meritorious association with the Holy Family Hospital. He was also attached to the Aga Khan University, Karachi as Consultant Physician. He provided services with dignity. His professional record was distinguished by his conscientious service with obsessional attitudes of duties to patients despite ill health in the last year of his life. He remained in active service until a week before his death. He as a gentle and noble soul. He died on 3rd December 2007 and is deeply mourned by friends and patients. May God bless him.