Faculty of Medicine University of Dongola

Faculty of Medicine, University of Dongola

About the Faculty of Medicine, the University of Dongola

was established in 1997 by the effort of the diaspora and citizens of the Northern State. The first batch was admitted in 1998 and to date, 18 batches graduated from the faculty with a total number of 1136.

Most of the graduates and students are from the state. Most of the hospitals and other healthcare facilities in the state are now run by faculty graduates.

There are 56 full-time as well as 34 part-time staff members. Students get their clinical training in 8 hospitals and 5 health centers in Dongola city, the capital of the state and the surrounding area as well as all the healthcare facilities of different localities of the Northern State.

Mission

The Faculty of Medicine, University of Dongola is committed to promoting professional excellence through the delivery of high quality accessible and innovative medical educational opportunities that foster lifelong learning and global competitiveness, as well as actively participating in the preservation and advancement of the Northern Sudan community by providing standard health services, research and share learning with the community)


Organization Leader

Prof. Mohamed Osman Abdelaziz

Dean of the Faculty of Medicine

Dr. Abdelaziz graduated from the University of Khartoum in 1989. He completed the Clinical MD in Internal Medicine from the University of Khartoum in 1999.

He joined the Faculty of Medicine, the University of Dongola as part-time staff in 2002, then as full-time staff in 2008. He is a Consultant physician at Dongola Teaching Hospital and a Professor of Internal Medicine at the Faculty of Medicine. He heads the department of Internal Medicine as well as the dean of the faculty.

Learning Site Organizer

Dr. Ahmed Omer Elrayah

Lecturer

Dr. Elrayah graduated from the faculty of medicine, at the University of Dongola in 2018. He joined the faculty as a lecturer in 2021.

He is a Registrar of Internal Medicine at the Sudan Medical Specialization Board