Dr. Abdulraouf Riyadh

Consultant Ob/Gyn

 

 

Name:             Abdulraouf (or: Abdelraouf) Riyadh (or: Riyad) (Arabic formal version: Abdulraouf “Mohammad Nabih” Abdulraouf Riyadh ) 

 

Date of Birth:  Wednesday, 11th October 1972

 

Place of Birth: State of Kuwait , Kuwait City the Capital city of the State

 

Nationality:      Jordanian

 

Phone:             Mobile : 00962 799632753

     Home: 00962 6 5817651

                        Clinic: 00962 6 5924087

 

Fax:                 00962 6 5924078

 

E-mail:            afrdhobgyn@yahoo.com

                        afrdhobgyn@hotmail.com

 

Mail Address: Dr Abdulraouf Riyadh

     P.O. Box: 517,

     Amman 11810, Wadi Al-seer

     Jordan (HKJ)

 

Family Status: The only son for my parents

 

Marital Status: Married with three sons (Nabih, 30/6/1999, Khalid

11/6/2005 and Mohammad 6/9/2010) and had one daughter (Raghad, 29/9/2002-17/3/2007: died on 17/3/2007 in a car accident on 14/3/2007 with my mother-in-law) and one daughter (Hiba, 17/6/2008)

 

Goals and Objectives:

                         To become a better doctor by having powerful

                        knowledge and commencing hard work. This will be in

                        conjunction with a nice and cheerful personality with all

                        the surrounding persons including patients.

                        Care is my aim.

                        Research is a major part of my interests. It helps all of us

                        to develop.

 

Education:       1990: Scientific Secondary (High) School , Syria , 224/240

                        marks: excellent evaluation (the minimum was 219/240

                        marks to be eligible for the registration at the Faculty of

                        Medicine at Damascus University )

 

                        1991-1996: Medical undergraduate training, Faculty of

                        Medicine, Damascus University , Syria

 

Degrees &        1996: MD, Damascus University , Syria . The overall

Qualifications: rate was 75.71% (very good evaluation for that year)

 

1997: Assessment Test for the Practice of Medicine in           Jordan . I achieved 255/300 marks (excellent evaluation, ranking 2nd position in that examination for the year 1997). By that I finished a 12 months of internship at Jordan University Hospital . This included 3 months of General Internal Medicine, 2 months  of Pediatrics, 2 months of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 3 months of Surgery, 1 month in Emergency Department and 1 month in Histology/Pathology Department.

 

                        January 2001: Part 1 MRCOG (exemption through the

     Part 1 Arab Board of OB/GYN)

 

               2002: Certificate of Higher Specialization in OB/GYN,

                        Jordan University (CHSOG, JU)

 

   

     2002: Jordanian Board OB/GYN (JBOG)

 

                         2004: Arab Board OB/GYN (CABOG)

 

Post-graduate

Training:        16/2/2011 – present time: Consultant Ob/Gyn at my private clinic, Abdoun, Amman , Jordan . My private un-supervised OB/GYN practice of different kinds of clinical cases, ultrasound and procedures, including Infertility management and urogynecological procedures plus doing various types of major and minor OB/GYN procedures/operations.

 

     31/10/2010 – 31/12/2010: Consultant Ob/Gyn, Ahlees Clinic, Benghazi , Libya . A private clinic with a heavy load of patients of all case types. I, unsupervised, practiced infertility management at all levels and including ICSI and I gained a very good experience in that field in addition to my great experience in other fields.  

 

                        1/6/2010 – 29/10/2010: Consultant Og/Gyn and sub-fertility manager, Mustafa Hijazi Clinic, Amman , Jordan .

     A private clinic with a load of patients of all case types. I, unsupervised, practiced infertility management at all levels and including ICSI and I gained a very good experience in that field in addition to my great experience in other fields.    

 

    20/8/2005 – 24/5/2010: Specialist (Assistant consultant) OB/GYN, King Abdulaziz Medical City (KAMC), King Khalid National Guard Hospital (KKNGH), Jeddah, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA).

     11 consultants (one is Gyne-oncologist, three Perinatologists, tree  endocrinologists, one laparoscopist and two uro-gynecologists), 9 assistant and associate consultants, 10-14 residents and 3-7 interns were running the OB/GYN department during that period.

 

 

My job included running the outpatient clinic, taking care of in-patients and doing night-duties. I was the 2nd on-call for emergency room and labour and delivery room, but the 1st on-call for operating room and the clinic. Adding to that, I participated in the teaching activities at all levels.

I held a leading role in the educational activities regarding Intra-partum fetal monitoring and Operative vaginal deliveries. In that context, I participated to a large extent in the preparation for and the presentation of the (CTG-Made Easy Course and Workshop: a Full Day course and workshop, which is totally recognized by the Saudi Council for Health Specialties (SCHS) with 6 Continuous Medical Education (CME) hours. It is the first of its kind in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia ).

I was a member in the committees of: Quality Management, Library and Obstetrical Clinical Practice and Guidelines. Later I became the Head of the Quality Management Committee.

KKNGH at KAMC is a recognized tertiary and referral hospital for teaching and training purposes for the Saudi Board and the Arab Board of OB/GYN.

KAMC is accredited by the Joint Commission International (JCI) (2006-2009).

In December 2009 I lead a team composed of the Head of Department, Head Nurse for the Maternal-Fetal-Medicine-Unit, Pharmacists to produce an Internal Policy and Procedure to administer Ferrous Intra Venously as an out patient for those how needed to improve patient care. This IPP was approved by the CEO (Medical + Nursing).

 

     2/10/2004 – 10/7/2005: Specialist (Assistant consultant) OB/GYN, Security Forces Hospital Program (SFHP), Riyadh , KSA.

5-6 consultants (one is sub-specialist: urogynaecologist), 5 assistant consultants, 13 residents and 5-7 interns were running the OB/GYN department during that period.

My job included running the outpatient clinic, taking care of in-patients and doing night-duties. I was the 2nd on-call for emergency room and labour and delivery room, but the 1st on-call for operating room and the clinic.

This is a recognized hospital for teaching and training purposes for the Saudi Board and the Arab Board of OB/GYN.

I was the coordinator for the medical students sent to train in our department from King Saud University ( College of Medicine ) and King Khalid University Hospital (Dept. of OB/GYN) from 23rd April 2005 till I left the hospital.

Also, I was the coordinator for the medical Interns sent to train in our department from King Saud University ( College of Medicine ) and King Khalid University Hospital (Dept. of Ob & Gyn) from 18th June 2005 till I left the hospital.

SFHP is accredited by the Canadian Council for Health Services Accreditation (CCHSA) (2003-2006).

 

                         23/10/2003 – 10/10/2004: Specialist (Assistant consultant) OB/GYN, King Fahd Medical City (KFMC), Maternity Hospital (236 beds), Riyadh , KSA.

This is a totally new tertiary centre, fully equipped with the latest available technology in the world, and runs the whole set of OB/GYN sub-specialties and general OB/GYN practice.

9 consultants (some are sub-specialists), 9 assistant consultants and 23 residents were running the hospital during that period.

My job included running the outpatient clinic, taking care of in-patients, doing night-duties. I was the 2nd on-call for emergency room and labour and delivery room, but the 1st on-call for operating room and the clinic.

 

2/11/2002 - 23/10/2003: Specialist, practicing both supervised and unsupervised general OB/GYN, Arab Medical Center (AMC) (Private Hospital, 170 beds), Amman, Jordan.

I had to cover OB/GYN wards, emergency room, operating room and the outpatient clinic with its ultrasound facilities and procedures.

Also included, assisting and doing advanced laparoscopic and hysteroscopic operations.

 

 

23/9/2002 – 1/11/2002: Specialist at my private clinic, Philadelphia Hospital , Amman , Jordan . My private un-supervised OB/GYN practice of different kinds of clinic cases, ultrasound and procedures, plus doing various types of major and minor OB/GYN operations.

 

15/7/2002 - 15/9/2002: Specialist and IVF training, Jordan Hospital (Private, recognized as a teaching and training hospital by the Jordanian Medical Council (JMC) for the Jordanian Board in OB/GYN), Amman , Jordan .

This included primary assessment of patients including ultrasound scan, ovulation induction protocols, egg retrieval, embryo transfer, antenatal follow-up, assisting and doing laparoscopic operations and assisting in all types of OB/GYN operations.

 

1/7/1998 – 30/6/2002 (4 years): Academic residency training programme in general OB/GYN, Jordan University Hospital (JUH) (Recognized by the Jordanian Medical Council, Arab Board and the RCOG for training purposes).

During that period all necessary skills for running a clinic with ultrasound scans and doing labour ward management and Caesarean Sections of all types, and vulval, vaginal, cervical, uterine, adnexal and intra-abdominal operations. Adding to that, basic operations in laparoscopy and hysteroscopy (both diagnostic and operative).

My responsibilities included teaching and supervising

residents and medical students and research (MAGPIE Trial).

8 consultants (some are sub-specialists: gyne-oncologists and endocinologists) and 21 residents were running the hospital during that period.

 

1997-1998 (3 months): IVF and general OB/GYN          training, Farah Hospital (Private), Amman , Jordan .

This included primary assessment of patients including ultrasound scan, ovulation induction protocols with antenatal follow-up and assisting in all types of OB/GYN operations.

 

1996-1997 (12 months): Internship, Jordan

University Hospital . Outstanding evaluation in OB/GYN

Department.

It included working in the departments of Internal Medicine, General, Vascular and Paediatric Surgeries, Paediatrics, Emergency & Pathology Departments.

 

Experiences:    I can do all of the following with confidence:

     Out-patient clinic with ultrasound scan and related

                             procedures

All types of vaginal deliveries, including forceps,   

     Ventouse, breeches and twins

                        All types of Caesarean sections, including repeated C.

                             sections, placenta previa, oblique fetal lies, higher

                             order pregnancies and others.

     All of the minor, and most of the major gynaecological  

operations, including adnexal operations, hysterectomies, myomectomies, vaginal repairs and levels 1 and 2 laparoscopic procedures, with various types of hysteroscopic procedures, including endometrial ablations and dissection of synechia.

                        I have assisted in almost every other OB/GYN operation,

                             including those of oncology and urogynaecology.

I have a very good experience in the treatment of sub-      

     fertility for all causes. I practiced this interest in Farah

Hospital (Amman- Jordan- 3 months), in Jordan

Hospital (Amman- Jordan- 2 months), in KAMC-J

(KSA- Jeddah-under the infertility team for a long

time), in Ahlees Clinic (Benghazi- Libya- 2

months) and finally in my own Private Clinic.

                        I do Ovum Pick Up / Embryo Transfer / IUI / Ovarian

                             cyst aspiration / I can manage OHSS / and other

                             related procedures.

 

Special skills:  Advanced computer literacy, including programming and

                        use of applications, since 1987

 

Memberships: 2002: Membership of the Jordanian Society of OB/GYN

                        (MJSOG)

 

                        December 2003: Registered as a specialist at the

                        Saudi Council for  Health Specialties (SCHS)

August 2006: The Quality Management Team Committee at King Abdulaziz Medical City , Jeddah, KSA

 

August 2006: The Library Committee at King Abdulaziz Medical City , Jeddah, KSA

 

August 2006: The Obstetrical Clinical Practice and Guidelines Committee at King Abdulaziz Medical City , Jeddah, KSA

 

Continuous Medical Education (CME), Symposia and Courses:

                        20-25/12/2003: Intensive review course in obstetrics

                        and gynecology, Riyadh , KSA (30 CME hours).

 

                        21/1/2004: Uro-gynecology mini symposium, Riyadh ,

                        KSA (5 CME hours).

 

                        6/1/2005: Basic life support (BLS) course and

                        workshop, Riyadh , KSA (4 CME hours).

     6-9/2/2005: International symposium on obstetrics and

     gynecology and in vitro fertilization (IVF), Riyadh , KSA

     (20 CME hours).

 

10-11/11/2005: First international symposium of IVF

and Andrology: Future challenges in IVF and andrology,

Jeddah, KSA (5 CME hours).

 

31/8/2005: Infection control policies and guidelines

training, Jeddah, KSA.

 

30/8/2006: Breastfeeding management, Jeddah, KSA

(6 CME hours).

16-18/9/2006: Second obstetrics emergency course

and workshop, Jeddah, KSA (13 CME hours).

 

19/9/2006: Perineal trauma course and workshop, Jeddah, KSA (7 CME hours).

 

20/9/2006: Cardio-toco-gram (CTG)-made easy 1st 

course  and workshop, Jeddah, KSA (6 CME hours).I got

a  (Certificate of Attendance) as well as a (Certificate of

Appreciation) as an organizer and lecturer.

 

    31/12/2006: Sunday Grand Round Lectures at King

    Abdulaziz Medical City (KAMC), Jeddah, KSA (8 CME

     hours).

 

    4/2/2007: Re-new Basic life support (BLS) course and

                        workshop, Jeddah, KSA (4 CME hours).

 

    20/2/2007: A new look at office gynecology, by

     Jeddah Gynecology  Club, by the Saudi Obstetricians &

     Gynecological Society, Jeddah, KSA (3 CME hours).

 

7/11/2007: Cardio-toco-gram (CTG)-made easy 2nd   

course  and workshop, Jeddah, KSA (6 CME hours).I got

a  (Certificate of Attendance) as well as a (Certificate of

Appreciation) as an organizer and lecturer.

 

21/11/2007: Neonatal Resuscitation Program (NRP),

Jeddah, KSA (8 CME hours).

 

31/12/2007: Weekly staff health clinic lectures at

King Abdulaziz Medical City (KAMC), Jeddah, KSA (10

CME hours).

 

5-7/3/2008: Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics

(ALSO) provider, Jeddah, KSA (19 CME hours).

 

17/3/2008: The latest advice in Obstetrics and

Gynecology by the Saudi Obstetric and Gynecological

Society (SOGS), Jeddah, KSA (3 CME hours).

 

19/3/2008: HIV update: A comprehensive approach  

for optimal management, King Abdulaziz Medical City

(KAMC), Jeddah, KSA (6 CME hours).

 

21-23/4/2008: The Leeds MRCOG Part II OSCE

Course, St. James University Hospital, The Leeds

Teaching Hospitals, Leeds , UK .

 

26-27/4/2008: MRCOG Part II Intensive OSCE Skills

Training Course, Birmingham Women's Hospital,

Birmingham , UK .

 

28-29/4/2008: MRCOG Part II OSCE Course, New

Hall College , Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge

University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, Cambridge ,

UK .

 

1/5/2008: Communications Skills Course for MRCOG

Part 2 OSCE, Royal Free Hospital, London , UK .

 

2-4/5/2008: MRCOG OSCE Examination Revision

Course, Royal Free Hospital, London , UK .

 

7/6/2008: Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics

(ALSO) Instructor, Riyadh , KSA (6 CME hours).

31/12/2008: Weekly staff health clinic lectures at

King Abdulaziz Medical City (KAMC), Jeddah, KSA (10

CME hours).

 

31/12/2008: Sunday Grand Round Lectures at King

Abdulaziz Medical City (KAMC), Jeddah, KSA (18

CME hours).

 

19/1/2009: A new challenge in gynecologic oncology

by the Saudi Obstetric and Gynecological Society

(SOGS), Jeddah, KSA (2 CME hours).

 

31/1/2009-2/2/2009: Advanced Life Support in  Obstetrics (ALSO) provider, Jeddah, KSA (19 CME hours).

 

 

 

31/1/2009-2/2/2009: Advanced Life Support in

Obstetrics (ALSO) Instructor, Jeddah, KSA (6 CME

hours).

 

18/3/2009: Infectious Disease Update in Primary Care,

King Abdulaziz Medical City , Jeddah, KSA (6 CME

hours).

 

8/10/2009: Osteoporosis awareness day, King

Abdulaziz Medical City with Saudi Osteoporosis Society,

Jeddah, KSA (8 CME hours).

    21/10/2009: Re-new Basic life support (BLS) course

    and workshop, Jeddah, KSA (4 CME hours).

 

    9/11/2009: The third world diabetes day symposium,

    King Abdulaziz Medical City , Jeddah, KSA (6 CME

     hours).

 

31/12/2009: Weekly staff health clinic lectures at

King Abdulaziz Medical City (KAMC), Jeddah, KSA (10

CME hours).

 

31/12/2009: Sunday Grand Round Lectures at King

Abdulaziz Medical City (KAMC), Jeddah, KSA (21

CME hours).

 

21/12/2009-23/12/2009: Advanced Life Support in  Obstetrics (ALSO) provider, Jeddah, KSA (19 CME hours).

 

21/21/2009-23/12/2009: Advanced Life Support in

Obstetrics (ALSO) Instructor, Jeddah, KSA.

 

22/2/2010: Women suffering addressed by

urogynecologists by the Saudi Obstetric and

Gynecological Society (SOGS), Jeddah,

KSA (3 CME hours).

 

 

 

20/2/2010: Infectious diseases update in pregnancy:

Case based approach at King Abdulaziz Medical City

(KAMC), Jeddah, KSA (10 CME hours).

 

20/4/2011-22/4/2011: The fourth international

congress of the Jordanian Society for fertility and

Genetics: Le Royal Hotel, Amman , Jordan   (12 CME

hours).

 

Presentations: All after finishing the Residency Training Program (after being a specialist)

                        At King Fahd Medical City , Riyadh , KSA:

                             *Gestational Trophoblastic Diseases, Departmental

                             *Caesarean Section on Request, Whole Hospital

 

                        At Security Forces Hospital Program, Riyadh , KSA:

                             *Cervical Cytology Screening, Departmental

                             *Prenatal Meeting, Combined with Neonatologists

                                      and Radiologists

*Early Pregnancy Bleeding, Interns