PMC to ensure implementing global best practices.

ISLAMABAD -- Pakistan Medical Commission (PMC) has said that the healthcare regulator is setting benchmarks in line with global best practices to ensure quality healthcare for every citizen of the country.

According to the PMC spokesperson, the commission was making efforts to improve standards of healthcare delivery in Pakistan by fostering an environment that produces healthcare practitioners who imbibe the values of compassion, commitment, and excellence.

He said that the PMC was striving to improve healthcare education through the advancement of quality medical and dental education in Pakistan.

The spokesperson said that the PMC was working with determination and motivation to devise, place and implement all those policies which are in the larger interest of the nation and students.

He said that the next MDCAT test will be conducted national wide through its central computerized system. He added that the commission will soon announce the date for holding of next MDCAT test across the country.

He advised the students and parents to avoid following...

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