Dr Sara Ahmed graduated from Ziauddin Medical College and received her MBBS degree in 2008. She then worked for a year in Pakistan in ObGyn and tutored Midwives at Koohi Goth Women’s Hospital. This is a hospital where midwives receive training to help reduce maternal mortality and morbidity in the underprivileged rural areas of the country.
Dr Ahmed has been working in Ireland since 2012 and has completed her basic surgical training in ObGyn. During this time, she obtained a diploma in ObGyn in 2016 from UCC and membership from the Royal College of Ireland, MRCPI, in 2017. Following these, Dr Ahmed worked as a Registrar in various hospitals across the country, the last one being the Coombe Women and Infant Hospital Dublin. In the Coombe Hospital, she worked in Foetal Medicine especially looking after high-risk patients with multiple pregnancies. Dr Ahmed has also completed her membership with the Royal College of Obstetrics and Gynaecology, MRCOG (UK) in Dec 2021. Her research interests are recurrent implantation failures.
Dr Ahmed grew up seeing her mother working as a doctor, so she always wanted to follow in her footsteps because of how amazing this profession is. Along Dr Sara’s career pathway, she has struggled with subfertility herself, because of this she developed a passion to become a fertility specialist. Dr Sara’s biggest achievement is helping patients become parents.