From 27th February 2011 to 9th November 2011 I worked as Doctor Physician (MD) General Practitioner for RMSI Medical Solutions, Helmand Region Division Centre Clinic, Bastion British Force Military Base Afghanistan– Emergency Medicine in a war zone. Clinical duties: Emergency response, Micro invasive Surgery, suturing of superficial and deep wounds, incision and drainage of abscesses, wounds dressing, splinting/casting of fractures, nasal-gastric tubes and gastric lavage, IV canulae, urinary bladder catheterisation, nebulisation/oxygen therapy, med-evacuation, physical examinations, drug prescription and administration, differential diagnostics, record management, management of acutely ill patients, pain management, circulatory, airway and breathing conditions, quick assessment and immediate treatment of acute conditions, deal with cardiac arrests, shot gun wounds, traumas, cuts, assaults and other emergency situations.
UK NHS - Locum experience – SHO General Medicine In the UK I worked as Locum SHO in General Medicine for Hospitals such as: James Cook University Hospital, Leighton Hospital, Hull and Yorkshire Hospitals (Cardiology and Cardiothoracic Surgery) , Manchester North Hospital, covering Acute Assessments Unit , Emergency, Respiratory Medicine, Gastroenterology, Neurosciences ,Cardiology etc and, I performed various duties, my duties required were: Physical examinations, drug administration, drug prescriptions, laboratory investigations, differential diagnostics, work in triage department, filling out patients forms, patient records and records management, clerking patients, IV lines, anamnesis, etc.
17 January 2010 - 18 July 2010 (6/12) Doctor Physician (M.D.) for G.L.S./MediCorp in U.S. Military Base ,,Joint Base Balad” / Iraq / Air Force Anaconda Camp. Specialty: Combat medicine in the war zone. I gained valuable experience as a Doctor (M.D.) in the war zone for six months in U.S. Military Base Balad Iraq Air Force Anaconda Camp. I have administered hundreds of vaccinations for the Iraqi population (Hep.A, Hep.B, Typho, TB, Polio, and D.T.P.). I carried out many general physical examinations and point-of-care laboratory tests: HIV, HCV,HBV, TB, Drug Tests. I have also treated many patients in hospital with various diseases. I gained a high degree of adaptability to hostile conditions and stress. I was working 10 hours a day every day with one day per week on call and one day off per month. This job gave me the opportunity to develop my clinical, communication and practical skills as an extension of my university practice in managing acutely ill patients. I had exposure in pain management, circulatory and neurological problems, airway and breathing conditions.