My approach to patient care is centered around empathy, respect, building trust and clear communication. I understand that being a patient can be difficult. I strive to put myself in your shoes to better understand your needs and concerns. Meeting a provider for the first time in the hospital can sometimes be an overwhelming experience. I try my best to earn the trust of the patients and families.Respect is also a key aspect of my approach to patient care. I believe that every patient is unique, with their own set of experiences, beliefs and preferences. Finally, clear communication is essential to providing quality care. I believe in being transparent about your condition, treatment options and any potential risks or benefits associated with different courses of action. By providing you with the information you need to make informed decisions about your health care, I hope to empower you to take an active role in your own care.
I’m originally from Amman, Jordan, where I finished my medical school. I lived in New Mexico for 3 years, where I finished my residency.
I have been practicing medicine as a hospitalist in Wichita, Kansas, for the past 5 years.
I have 2 brothers who are both physicians as well. I currently live with my dog Rocky.
Qualifications and experience
- Hospital Medicine
- Languages spoken
Doctor of Medicine
Mu'tah University (2012)
- Board Certification
Certification Agency Specialty Year American Board of Internal Medicine Internal Medicine 2018
- Clinical interest for patients
- Hospital medicine.
- Research interest for patients
- Malignant hematology.
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