Aliya Hirji, RN is a labor and delivery nurse at Brigham and Women’s Hospital, a level 1 trauma hospital and Harvard-affiliated teaching hospital located in Boston, Massachusetts. Born and raised in Calgary, Canada, Aliya has always loved helping others and pursued excellence in her work. Continue Reading
The Ismaili Health Professionals Association (IHPA) fosters the professional and personal enhancement of Ismaili Health Professionals and promotes a tradition of service to others
The IHPA is an association of Ismaili health professionals established in 1993 under the aegis of Aga Khan Health Board for USA. Based on the ethics of self-reliance and sharing, the association has been working to foster professional and personal enhancement of Ismaili health professionals and at the same time promote a tradition of service to others. IHPA strives to achieve the following goals:
- Foster the professional and personal development of Ismaili Health Professionals
- Enhance networking among Ismaili Health Professionals, both nationally and internationally
- Provide a resource base for health-related humanitarian activities
- Encourage and assist students to pursue careers in health-related fields by serving as mentors, role models and advisors
IHPA allows opportunities to serve in health-related volunteer positions and network among other Ismaili health professionals in the USA.
Meet the IHPA Leadership
Meet the team that has been working to foster professional and personal enhancement of Ismaili health professionals across the USA.
Ready to be a Mentor?
The Ismaili Pre-Health Mentorship Program (IPMP) matches mentees with a mentor to foster sharing of knowledge and resources.