College of medical laboratory

About College of Health and Medical Technologies

Speech of Mr. Dean

Peace, mercy, and blessings of God be upon you. I am proud to write these lines as the dean of the College of Health and Medical Technologies, affiliated to the National University of Science and Technology in Dhi Qar. The study began in this young college during the academic year 2018-2019, and new students continue to be admitted in the first phase as well as teaching for students of the second and third stages and for the morning and evening studies until the current academic year 2020-2021. I pledge to our dear students and university officials to work diligently and diligently to achieve higher goals, in teaching and scientific research. This progress is only achieved through the efforts of the faculty cadres of teachers and creative employees, as well as investing in the material resources represented by air-conditioned classrooms equipped with the latest furniture and display screens, in addition to the specialized laboratories that contain all the work possibilities of devices, materials and means of education and support for the esteemed university presidency. Our college seeks to link the educational and research process with community service, and to meet the labor market need for trained and qualified health personnel. Our college also cooperates with the Dhi Qar Health Department in the field of scientific research, holding scientific seminars, workshops and training students. The college supports students’ activities to serve the people of the dear Dhi Qar governorate during health crises, due to the spread of the Corona epidemic, by contributing information instructions or visiting popular areas to provide health and moral support or in-kind assistance. We are constantly working to raise the academic standing of the college through cooperation with all government institutions, including corresponding colleges and health departments, to exchange scientific and teaching experiences and support researchers. We pledge to provide support to our students, even after graduation, to search for a job or to raise their efficiency through training and advice. We also encourage our students to practice extra-curricular activities during their spare time to carry out cultural, social, sports and artistic activities, all reinforced with high discipline befitting of university students. The college’s curricula, which are identical to the curricula of the corresponding government colleges, are distinguished by the practical aspect and provide graduates with practical experience that qualifies them to occupy positions in governmental and private health institutions. The preparation of such cadres is our ultimate goal, to serve our people in Dhi Qar Governorate in particular, and the Iraqis in general. We pray all for success. God is behind the intention, and peace be upon you.

Assistant Professor Dr. Suad Youssef Lafta Al-Dorky
Dean of the College of Health and Medical Technologies / National University of Science and Technology – Dhi Qar

Objectives of the Department of Medical Laboratory Technologies

The Department of Medical Laboratory Techniques aims to prepare graduates to practice the profession of pathological analyzes with high efficiency and to develop the spirit of scientific honesty, integrity and accuracy in conducting examinations and providing sites for training students to enable them to gain experience in the field of medical analyzes as well as providing governmental and private medical institutions with specialized competencies in the medical and laboratory fields

Visions

Developing the profession of medical analyzes to discover various pathologies and cooperating with medical personnel to develop solutions to them and developing high efficiency in laboratory work in a manner that helps doctors to make the correct diagnosis of the disease

The message

Dealing with patients and doctors with integrity and responsibility, mastering laboratory work, developing the spirit of work as a team, establishing the principles of national and professional belonging, in addition to communicating with the local community, understanding patients’ problems and suffering, and working to help them find appropriate solutions