Haroon Siddique proudly holds the position of President at the PAKPAC Dallas Chapter. A distinguished board-certified Psychiatrist, Dr. Siddique brings over two decades of profound experience to the table. He is an alumnus of Dow Medical College, Karachi, having graduated in 1995. He further honed his expertise with a Residency in General Psychiatry at the University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, followed by a Fellowship in Geriatric Psychiatry at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas. Since 2008, Dr. Siddique has been dedicatedly serving the Dallas-Fort Worth community. His current roles include the Medical Director of Behavioral Health Services at Wise Regional Health System, as well as the Vice Chief of Staff and a key member of the Medical Executive Committee there. Beyond his professional commitments, Dr. Siddique cherishes family time and indulges in activities like pickleball and golf.
As an immigrant and a devoted father of two, Dr. Siddique is deeply passionate about political engagement. He firmly believes that the Pakistani American community must take an active role in U.S politics, ensuring a brighter future for the coming generations.
Dr. Syed Naveed Hussain
Dr. Hussain is a practicing endocrinologist. He is Board certified in Internal Medicine and Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolism. He is the founder and President of the Institute of Diabetes Hormone and Metabolism. He resides with his wife and three children in Southlake, TX. He enjoys traveling, playing golf, pickle ball and shooting sports. He is an executive Committee member of the PAKPAC Dallas chapter.
Dr. Muhammad Asim
Dr Muhammad Asim is the former President of PAKPAC’s Dallas Chapter. Dr. Asim is a graduate of Dow Medical college and currently practicing as gastroenterologist at Fort Worth and Wise county Texas. He is the CEO of Advanced Gastroenterology Associates.
He has held various leadership positions including chief of staff at Wise health system for the past 10 years. He is the past President of Appna North Texas chapter and immediate past president of APGNA ( Association of Pakistani descent gastroenterologists of North America).
He is most passionate about developing leadership skills and raising awareness of political action for younger members.