Sidra Medical and Research Center is an ultramodern, all-digital academic medical center which will set new standards in patient care for women and children in Qatar, the Gulf region and internationally. It encompasses three essential missions: World-Class Patient Care, Medical Education and Biomedical Research.
There are many reasons – both professional and personal – why a career at Sidra could be an excellent choice for you. The people who choose to join us will be pioneers – helping us to build a healthcare and research center that will improve the health of women and children for generations to come.
In Doha, the capital of Qatar, modern life and ancient traditions combine to create an exciting and vibrant city. Set on the coast of the Arabian Gulf, Doha is a city of both ultra-modern sky scrapers and beautiful sandy beaches.
The leadership team is responsible for the strategic direction of all clinical and operational services of the Sidra Medical and Research Center and lead Sidra to deliver the highest standard of patient care
MD, FAAP, FRCPC - Executive Vice Chief Medical Officer, Member of the CEO’s Office
MD, MPH, MSCAI, FACC - Acting Chief Medical Officer - Clinical Service Chief - Pediatrics/Medical Director Sidra Cardiology Center of Excellence
Acting Chief Operating Officer
MD - Chief Research Officer
Phd, MA, RGN, RGM - Chief Nursing Officer
Chief Information Officer
MD - Deputy Chief Medical Officer of Education & Research, Infection Prevention & Control, Medical Staff Services
MD - Chair of Radiology
MD - Clinical Service Chief - Ob/Gyn
MD - Clinical Service Chief - Surgery / Interim Chief of Allied Health and Pharmacy
MD, JD - Clinical Service Chief - Anesthesia/Medical Director for Quality & Safety
PhD - Division Chief for Imaging Science and Technology
MD - Division Chief Medical Informatics
MD - Research Chief, Translational Medicine
PhD - Director of Clinical Epidemiology
MD - Division Chief, Scientific Career Development
MD, PhD, HonD - Division Chief, Neonatology / Director of Neonatology Center of Excellence
MD - Deputy Chief Medical Officer for Clinical Affairs
MD - Clinical Service Chief - Pathology
EMBA - Chief Human Resources Officer
PhD, MBA - Research Chief, Administration
MD - Division Chief of Hematopathology
MD - Division Chief of Emergency Medicine / Chair of Committee on Committees
MD - Chief of Acute Care Medicine
MD - Division Chief, Pediatric Orthopedic Surgery / Interim Division Chief, Pediatric Rehabilitation
MD, MEd, FAAP, FACS, FRCS(C) - Division Chief, Pediatric Surgery
MD - Division Chief, Pediatric Fetal Surgery
MD - Division Chief of Pediatric Ophthalmology
MD, Bch M.Phil FRCS(ORL-HNS) – Division Chief – Pediatric Otolaryngology Head & Neck Surgery
PhD - Deputy Chief Research Officer / Division Chief – Biomedical Informatics
14 August, 2014
Sidra Medical and Research Center will house a first-of-its-kind facility, the High-Throughput Genomics Center, to undertake population studies and genetic sequencing for the MENA region.Read more ...
18 June, 2014
Sidra and international experts discussed the prevention and treatment of fetal malformation, a problem that results in approximately 3.2 million disabilities every year globally, during the Sidra Symposia Series event on Tuesday.Read more ...
10 June, 2014
Dr. Mohammad Haris, Principal Investigator in Sidra’s Translational Research Division, is driving MRI research development in QatarRead more ...
Sidra will present its first ever Daisy Awards to members of staff. For Sidra employees only.
Come and meet the legal team at Sidra and find out how they can help you. For Sidra employees only.
ISQua is the International Society for Quality in Health Care. ISQua is an essential resource for policy makers, leading patient safety agencies, health care workers...
Europe’s foremost pediatrics subspecialty societies dedicate their time and formidable talents into organizing a stellar educational and research conference that will celebrate outstanding science in...
The Australasian Society for Ultrasound in Medicine is an Australian and New Zealand multidisciplinary society whose mission is to advance the clinical practice of medical...
31 August, 2014
As part of our efforts to promote and support the importance of breastfeeding for World Breastfeeding Week 2014, we’re taking the opportunity to answer some frequently asked questions. We asked mothers to send us their most pressing questions about breastfeeding and received a diverse range of submissions. Today, we’re addressing a question that came up several times: “Is it true that fortified formula is better for the baby than breastmilk?” Read on to get the answer!Read more ...
24 August, 2014
Building on the momentum of World Breastfeeding Week, our myth busting mission continues as we answer some more of your questions.Read more ...
11 August, 2014
As we continue to celebrate World Breastfeeding week, which takes place during August 1st-7th, we’re taking the opportunity to answer some frequently asked questions about breastfeeding. Because our key area of focus is the health and wellbeing of women and children, we want all parents to be fully educated on the health benefits that breastfeeding has for both mother and child, and to not be deterred by myths and misconceptions. Read on to get the answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about breastfeeding.Read more ...