Dr. Sulaiman Almawali, Head of Emergency Department , has long experience in managing medical emergencies. Among the many functions performed we can mention:
Advised and supported other non-medical staff in the ED.
Worked with the Senior Nurse to ensure the effective operation of the department.
Led the Trauma Team and cardiac arrest calls.
Contributed to and promoted the patient safety agenda and was responsible for the timely handling of complaints that arise during the clinical shift.
Collaborated with the leads for patient safety and quality.
Prepared and delivered teaching to doctors, nurses, paramedic & medical students attached to the department.
Taken an active part in clinical audit and other clinical governance processes.
Taken part in daily checking of blood and x-ray results.
Contributed to and support the hospital emergency planning, preparedness, and response work teams.
Improved clinical practice by reviewing patient pathways and changing working practices to maintain a high standard of medical care.
Participated in on-call duties.
Participated in continuing medical education activity as appropriate to the specialty.
Taken part in the hospital induction program.
Contributed to departmental research initiatives and represent the department at national and international professional meetings when necessary.
Developed and maintain strong working relationships with colleagues from inpatient specialties, relevant external agencies, national bodies and networks.
St. Andrews, Scotland BSc., Medical sciences 1998 St Andrews University Three years of medical science subjects at the St. Andrews University included al the subjects required for enrolment at Glasgow University.
Glasgow MBChB 1991 Glasgow University Three years of clinical training at Glasgow University to fulfil the requirements for Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery.
Birmingham, England MSc. Trauma 1997 Birmingham University One-year degree course which involved studying the science of trauma, Pathogenesis of injury including trauma scores at Birmingham University.
Edinburgh, England MRCS 2004 Royal College of Surgeon of Edinburgh\ Finished part two of the Royal College Membership Exam in Emergency Medicine after finishing part one of the MRCP Exam at Royal College of P