A passionate Syrian doctor who graduated from Damascus university's faculty of medicine in 2014, had a Syrian Board and a Master's degree in Endocrinology Diabetes, and metabolism. She has 5 years of experience working in the field of general, internal, and Endocrinology medicine in the biggest Academic Hospitals in Syria through her former job as a resident, and 2 years of experience as an Endocrinologist in clinics and hospitals in Damascus, the capital of Syria.
- Utilize my skills as a doctor and work with patients in order to make a difference in their lives.
- Seeking an environment where I can use my experience as a doctor to provide high-quality patient care.
- Most Memorable Moment: It is etched in my memory the case of a young patient that was diagnosed in our hospital with severe long-standing primary hyperparathyroidism that highly impacted his life, he was bedridden, unable to move for more than 2 years with many fragility fractures. After a long journey in management, he gradually started to get better and regained his life. And that day when he visit our clinic walking on his legs -with help-, it was an impressive moment for all our team at the Endocrinology department.
- Most Challenging Moment: As a doctor, I find myself from an early stage in situations where I must convey difficult news to patients and/or relatives. Bad or distressing news is never easy to hear and is one of the most Challenging Moments in my career, but trying to deliver the news well can make the person receiving it feel respected and supported going forwards.