Khyber Medical College situated in NWFP Pakistan. Professor Dr. Nargis Parveen is currently the dean and principal of Khyber Medical College. It is listed in the World Health Organization directory of medical schools. College buildings added during 1960 to 1980 were designed by Pakistani Architect A. R. Hye. The college was founded in 1954 by Mr. Ghulam Muhammad, Governor General of Pakistan, with the vision to create a centre of excellence in medical training, health care and biomedical research. In 1964, a dentistry department was founded which is now called Khyber College of Dentistry. The college has a distinguished faculty of more than 100 full-time teachers and researchers in 26 research-oriented basic and clinical academic departments. Around 1400 medical students are enrolled in the college in any given year. More than 8000 graduates call Khyber Medical College their alma mater. Every year a high number of graduates are accepted in residency and sub-speciality training programs in the United States and United Kingdom. It provides training to future leaders in patient care and provides modern health care facilities to the people of Peshawar.