Allama Iqbal Medical College

Allama Iqbal Medical College (Urdu:علامہ اقبال میڈیکل کالج لاہور ), established in 1975, is a public school of medicine, nursing and allied health sciences located in Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan. Jinnah hospital is attached to the college as a teaching hospital. Today Allama Iqbal Medical Complex has a campus spread over an area of 105 acres (424921 m²).

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