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Sunday, July 26, 2009

TweetThis! Prof. Mohamed Aziz (MD) is no more!

Some of you happened to know Professor Aziz of Muhimbili National Hospital (Tanzania). It's so sad to learn today that he just passed away last night.

Funeral preparations are underway at a Mosque nearby Diamond Trust Bank (Dar es Salaam, Tanzania). He will be laid to rest later today (afternoon, around 1pm).

I remember Prof. Aziz for his perfectionism and an empathetic heart. Apart from being a mentor (and later co-worker), he was such a quiet and a man dedicated to his job. I specifically remember him when he performed an operation on my young sister's fractured hip in 1997. By then, I had not even joined MUCHS, but the way he handled our case, he left me inspired and I admired his work ever since. He is one of those people who helped me find a reason to join the HealthCare industry. He was indeed such a caring man.

From his family to relatives, friends and colleagues, Prof. Aziz will be missed by many.
May his soul rest in eternal peace.

Short biography of  the late Prof. Aziz

Prof. Mohamed R. Aziz, Associate Prof. of Surgery (Muhimbili) & Consultant Surgeon, MB ChB (Makerere) M.Med. (Surg) (Univ. of Dare es Salaam)

Born in 1947.
MBchB at Makerere University College in 1973.
M. Med in Surgery at Universty of Dar es Salaam in 1979.
Lecturer in Surgery in 1979, Senieor Lecturer in 1984
Associate Professor in 1996.
Fellowship of the Commonwealth Foundation for Surgical Gastroenterology in UK.
Publications in the East Afr Med Journal and Cent Afr Jour of Medicine.

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