Dr. Emadeldin Ibrahim
Dr. Emadeldin Ibrahim is a Consultant Pulmonologist in the Department of Pulmonology at Medcare Hospital- Sharjah. He received his basic MBBCh degree, an MSc in Chest Diseases and MD (Chest Diseases) from Alexandria University in Egypt. His list of impressive credentials includes the Fellowship of the American College of Chest Physicians (USA), the Fellowship of the European Respiratory Society (Switzerland), the Pulmonary Fellowship of Pulmonary and Critical Care Division, Washington School of Medicine, and a Fellowship of Vrije University (Belgium).
He chaired the Respiratory Infections Group of the Emirates Thoracic Society and is a member of the Emirates Thoracic Society (UAE), member of the American College of Chest Physicians (USA), member of the European Respiratory Society (Switzerland), member of the Egyptian Society of Chest Diseases, and member of the Egyptian Society of Bronchology (Egypt).
Dr.Ibrahim commenced his illustrious career as an Assistant Lecturer of Pulmonary Medicine and then continued as a Lecturer and Consultant of Pulmonary Medicine with the Chest Department of the Alexandria Faculty of Medicine in Egypt. He went on to become an Assistant Professor, then Professor and Consultant of Pulmonary Medicine at the Alexandria Faculty of Medicine. He moved to the UAE and spent a few years as a Consultant Pulmonologist and Head of the Pulmonary Department at Alzahra Hospital (Royal NMC) Sharjah. He is currently a visiting Professor of Pulmonary Medicine at the Sharjah Faculty of Medicine.
Dr. Ibrahim’s expertise covers the diagnosis and treatment of all chest diseases including asthma, chronic obstructive lung diseases, interstitial lung diseases, lung abscess and tumours, pleural effusions, mediastinal masses and sleep apnoea. He uses the latest diagnostic procedures like fiberoptic bronchoscopy, pulmonary function testing, and arterial blood gases and is proficient at managing respiratory-related sleep disorders and infections, pulmonary sarcoidosis, pulmonary tuberculosis and bronchiectasis. He has been instrumental in managing pneumonia that is community-acquired or acquired in the hospital or ventilator-associated.
He has been active in publishing internationally acclaimed research papers and has been a speaker at many conferences and events. Dr. Ibrahim is fond of listening to music, appreciates art and is passionate about teaching. In his leisure hours, he reads and travels. He speaks Arabic and English, fluently.
MBBCh from Alexandria University, Egypt
MSc in Chest Diseases
MD (Chest Diseases), Alexandria University, Egypt
Fellowship of the American College of Chest Physicians, USA
Fellowship of the European Respiratory Society, Switzerland
Fellowship of Washington University, USA
Fellowship of Vrije University, Belgium