Dr. Raafat Ammar has joined NMC ProVita on October 2014 as a Specialist Physician. He graduated from Cairo University, Kasr Al-Ainy School of Medicine in 1989 then completed his Master degree in Cardiology from Cairo University in 1996. He got his MRCP in internal medicine from Ireland at 2011. After internship he joined a major Military Hospital in Cairo in Cardiology department, where he managed cardiology consults and CCU patients and practiced noninvasive cardiology techniques. Then in 1993, he moved to Nasser Institute Hospital, a large tertiary hospital with more than 1000 beds, where he spent 6 years as a specialist in different ICU departments including general medical, cardiac (CCU), post cardiac surgery, trauma and surgical ICU, neuro-critical care and dialysis units. In 1998, he moved to Saudi Arabia (KSA) and was assigned as the head of ICU in MCH (Maternity and Children’s Hospital) in Al Hassa for 6 years. He also joined the critical care team in National Guard Hospital in KSA on locum basis. In 2007, he moved to UAE, where he worked as a specialist intensivist at Tawam Hospital, affiliated with John Hopkins Hospital, a major tertiary Hospital in UAE, handling a huge variety of critical medical and trauma patients. He also handled a lot of oncology-critical cases as the hospital is considered a tertiary oncology center allover UAE. He had some publications in the field of cardiology and critical care medicine and his Master Degree Thesis was awarded as best research for young investigators in the conference of Egyptian Society of Cardiology. He is experienced in all critical care procedures and interventions. With his wide experience in ICU for more than 25 years, his special interests are general medical, surgical and trauma ICU.
Dr. Raafat Specialization: specialist cardiologist and critical care
Educational Background: MBBCH1989, Master in cardiology 1996, MRCP medicine 2011
Professional Experience: Cardiology and critical care experience for more than 25 years
Research/Publications: effect of thrombolysis in development of mitral regurgitation in acute inferior wall myocardial infarction / UAE Experience of Bedside bronchoscopy assistance of tracheostomy insertion / Case report of acquired hemophilia and unusual presentation Annals of hematology and oncology. Volume 8 Issue 13 - 2021 ISSN : 2375-7965
Achievements/Awards: winner of the best younger research in Egyptian conference of Cardiology.