In a momentous achievement, Lovely Professional University (LPU) proudly announces the remarkable accomplishment of Dr. Gurpreet Saini, an alumna of the School of Applied Medical Sciences (Pharmacy). Dr. Saini’s journey from LPU to the United States Public Health Service (USPHS) is a testament to her unwavering dedication to public health.
Dr. Saini, holding an M. Pharmacy degree from LPU, has recently been commissioned in the esteemed United States Public Health Service, an organization committed to safeguarding and promoting public health across the nation. Her appointment comes as a recognition of her outstanding competence and commitment to the field.
Earning the prestigious rank of ‘Lieutenant’ in the pharmacist category in South Dakota, Dr. Saini has not only distinguished herself but has also brought honor to her alma mater. This accomplishment underscores her exceptional skills, dedication, and the quality education she received at LPU.
The United States Public Health Service Commissioned Corps, with a history spanning over two centuries, operates under the Department of Health and Human Services. This esteemed organization is comprised of highly skilled professionals who lead public health initiatives, combat diseases, conduct groundbreaking research, and deliver essential care to underserved communities within the United States and across the globe.
Dr. Gurpreet Saini’s journey from being an LPU graduate to a commissioned officer in the USPHS exemplifies the caliber of individuals produced by the university. Her achievement is not only a personal milestone but also a source of inspiration for current and future students aspiring to make a significant impact in the field of healthcare.
As we celebrate Dr. Saini’s success, we recognize the crucial role educational institutions in Punjab play in nurturing and producing professionals who go on to contribute significantly to the well-being of society. The entire academic and medical community extends heartfelt congratulations to Dr. Gurpreet Saini and wishes her continued success in her endeavors with the United States Public Health Service.