Mohsin Mustafa (Class of 2015)
Dr. Mohsin Mustafa co-founded Five Health Enterprises as a health delivery service in Pakistan, created with the mission to deliver high-quality and affordable primary care services. The enterprise builds clinics and works in partnership with schools while using technology to develop solutions to improve patient care.
Moshin's dream is of a Pakistan where basic rights are afforded to all and he has continued working towards that dream with a new enterprise - DocLink. Mohsin set up DocLink in 2020, to connect patients with their own doctors through a messaging platform. The platform is built to be easy to use and to empower both patients and doctors. Since the onset of Covid-19, DocLink has been hugely successful in addressing the needs of patients unable to visit physical clinics.
Moshin is a regional fellow at the Acumen fellowship for social entrepreneurs. In 2018 he joined the Harvard School of Public Health as a Bernard Lown Scholar. He has completed his MBA from the University of Oxford where he was selected as a Weidenfeld-Hoffmann Trust Scholar.