Asst. Prof. Lt. Col. Dr. Uzma Rahman Kallue TI(M)

Experience:30+ Years

Visiting Fee:1500 PKR

OPD Timings:Monday to Friday, 01:30 pm - 04:30 pm


MBBS – Nishtar Medical College, Multan (1989)

Member of the College of Physicians & Surgeons, Pakistan (2000)

Fellowship of College of Physician and Surgeons, Pakistan (2004)


Professional Registrations:

Pakistan Medical and Dental Council (PMDC)


Professional Affiliation: 

Fellowship of College of Physician and Surgeons, Pakistan

Membership of the SOGP (Society of Obstetrics and Gynaecology Pakistan)


Publications / Conferences / Workshops:

  • Misoprostol – A revolutionary Starter Switch in Induction of Labour, PAFMJ (2005)
  • Use of Misoprostol in Promoting Daylight Obstetrics – A Six Years Study in Low Resource Setting, Dhaka (2008)
  • Use of Abdominal Binder as Anti-Shock Garment; An Adjunct to Uterine Tamponade in Uterine Atony, PAFMJ (2017)
  • Interruption of Previous Two to Three Caesarean Sections with Misoprostol, Journal of SOGP (2019)
  • Intraoperative Superior Hypogastric Plexus Block, to Relieve Post-Operative Pain in Abdominal Hysterectomies, PAFMJ (2018)
  • Frequency of Meconium-Stained Liquor in Low-Risk Labouring Women and its Effect on Perinatal Outcome in a Tertiary Care Hospital, The Professional Medical Journal 
  • Educational Planning and Evaluation, CPSP (2008)
  • Assessment of Competence, CPSP (2008)
  • Supervisory Skills, CPSP (2009)
  • Research Methodology, Biostatistics and Medical Writing, CPSP (2009)
  • Diabetes, POF Hospital (2013)
  • Thalassemia, POF Hospital (2014)
  • MCQ AND SEQs Formation, WMC (2014)
  • Surgeon General Scientific Conference, AMC (2015)
  • A Large Number of Other Conferences and Seminars Attended



UHealth International Hospital, Islamabad (2021 – Present)

Nishtar Medical College (1 year)

CMH Murree / Rawalpindi / Landikotal (2 years)

HIT Hospital Taxila Cantt (11 years)

POF Hospital Wah Cantt (4 years)

MH Rawalpindi (4 years)

Mega Medical Complex, Rawalpindi (1.5 years)

Wah Medical College (4 years)

Army Medical College (4 years)

POF Hospital Wah Cantt and MH Rawalpindi (8 years)


Teaching / Training Experience:

Assistant Professor – Wah Medical College (4 Years)

Assistant Professor – Army Medical College (4 Years)

Supervisor to post graduate trainees – POF Hospital Wah Cantt and MH, Rawalpindi (8 Years)

Examiner – MCPS

Examiner – FCPS 



Dr. Uzma Rahman Kallue TI (M) is proud holder of “TAMGHA-E-IMTIAZ” awarded by Pakistan Armed Forces, she is a Consultant and Classified Gynaecologist. She has served in the Pak army for 27 years. She has wide experience in dealing with complicated gynae, obstetrics, infertility, polycystic ovarian disease, etc. She has performed countless life and organ-saving surgeries & procedures. With the special Grace of Allah Almighty, there is no maternal or neonatal mortality or morbidity during her entire career. For example, she has performed numerous caesareans for serious cases of placenta accrete with a 100 % success rate. 


She also believes in conservative management, especially in young unmarried girls or young women in early reproductive life. In benign cases, she endeavours to remove only the cyst, where necessary but conserve ovaries. In a ruptured tubal ectopic pregnancy, she makes her best effort to save the tube by resuturing where she has achieved success in several cases. Vaginal delivery is the preferred mode of delivery. To promote it, she started the use of misoprostol salt in a delicately prescribed dose, for the first time in Pakistan. It brought down caesarean rates and shortened induction & augmentation to delivery time remarkably, with an excellent outcome in mothers and neonates. Her paper “Use of Misoprostol in promoting daylight obstetrics – a six-year study in a low resource setting” was accepted by the prestigious College of Physicians and Surgeons (CPSP), Pakistan. She presented it at a joint conference at Dacca, Bangladesh in 2008 and was internationally accepted and appreciated. PPH is a serious emergency where there is heavy bleeding after delivery or caesarean section. To protect the women from long-term social and psychological side effects of hysterectomy, she always tried conservative measures, at times requiring uterine tamponade where she used an abdominal binder as an adjunct to prevent repeated uterine atony in such cases, which otherwise would have led to the failure of uterine tamponade alone. This was successful in the majority of women. This method was my innovation which has the basis of Laplace’s Law of Physics. It is especially useful in saving the lives of women in low-resource settings having a scarcity of blood supply.


She singlehandedly ran the department of gynae at HIT hospital for 11 years. Thereafter, she served as HOD gynae department at POF Hospital Wah for 4 years. During her last two years of tenure, the department’s maternal and neonatal morbidity and mortality were brought down to nil. She taught gynae at Wah Medical College. She has served at MH Rawalpindi for the last 4 years of her service. She ran the crucial department of gynae emergency at MH. She also taught gynae at Army Medical College. She has been a supervisor to postgraduate trainees in gynae at both tertiary care hospitals. She is also an examiner of FCPS and MCPS examinations.



  • Diagnostic laparoscopy
  • Vulvectomy
  • Vulvar biopsy
  • Bartholin cyst & excision
  • Marsupialisation 
  • Bartholin abscess treatment
  • Vaginoplasty
  •  Vaginal cyst excision
  • Vaginal repairs include narrowing or widening of introitus, refashioning the perineum.
  • Colporrhaphy for correction of cystocele, rectocele, enterocoele.
  • Vaginal hysterectomy.
  • Surgical correction of congenital abnormalities of vagina. 
  • Surgery of vaginal tears after trauma. 
  • Cervical cerclage
  • Polypectomy
  • Ablation of cervical intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN)
  • Cervical wedge resection for CIN
  • Excision of cervical transformation zone. 
  • Repair of cervical traumatic tears. 
  • Trachelectomy.
  • Cervical biopsy.
  • Cervical cautery.
  • Pipelle biopsy.
  • Endometrial biopsy. 
  • Hysteroscopy
  • Cervical smear.
  • Total abdominal hysterectomy. 
  • Subtotal abdominal hysterectomy.
  • Uterine septum excision/ Metroplasty.
  • Myomectomy/ fibroid removal.
  • Radical hysterectomy.
  • Ovarian cyst removal, saving the ovary and reconstructing it.
  • Oophorectomy
  • Laparotomy for ectopic pregnancy or ovarian tumour/ cyst complications / PID 
  • Exploratory laparotomy for gynae malignancies.
  • Dilatation and curettage (D&C)
  • MVA; manual vacuum aspiration.
  • Sacro colpopexy; after total hysterectomy.
  • Sacrohysteropexy, with uterus intact. 
  • Sacrocervicopexy after subtotal hysterectomy. 
  • Fallopian tubal repair after rupture in ectopic pregnancy. 
  • Fallopian tube resection and reanastomosis after tubal ligation or if partial congenital canalization, if healthy tubal length 5cm.
  • Caesarean sections even for high-risk pregnancies
  • Anterior vaginal repair with Kelly’s’ suture; for stress urine incontinence.
  • Operation for   urogenital fistulas.
  • Operation for low rectovaginal fistulas. 
  • Laparotomy for lost intrauterine devices. 
  • Urinary bladder repair away from bladder base. 
  • Transabdominal ultrasound of the pelvis. 
  • Transvaginal ultrasound.
  • Tubal patency test/ HSG
  • Tubal insufflation test.
  • Ultrasound uterus while distending the uterine cavity with a medium. 
  • Colposcopy.
  • IUCD insertion.
  • Mirena insertion.
  • Removal of IUCD
  • Tubal ligation. 
  • HVS.
  • Painless delivery. 
  • VBAC; vaginal birth after caesarean section. 
  • Assisted/ operative vaginal delivery.
  • Shoulder dystocia.
  • Breech vaginal delivery. 
  • External cephalic version to correct the lie of baby from breech or transverse to cephalic to allow normal vaginal delivery. 
  • Cephalocentesis; vaginal or abdominal, in hydrocephalic babies with multiple congenital anomalies, for delivering vaginally.
  • Manchester repair of cervix.
  • Correction of acute uterine inversion. 
  • Operation for chronic uterine inversion. 
  • Caesarean for placenta accrete.
  • Uterine tamponade with abdominal binder for PPH.

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