Katrin Kalache MD

Katrin KalacheMD

Attending Physician Years Of Experience: 20
  • ObstetricsWomen's Services
  • About Katrin

    Dr. Katrin Kalache was born and raised in Germany. Even from a young age she always intended to be a physician but her decision to become an obstetrician came during her final years of medical school. She graduated from medical school at Humboldt University of Berlin after several medical externships in Bolivia, Spain and USA based on her interest in international health. She completed her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Charite University Hospital in Berlin/ Germany with additional clinical training at Princess Anne Hospital in Southampton/UK which is known for significant patient loads.

    After the completion of her formal training in Germany, Katrin continued with focused work in a tertiary care Labor and Delivery unit at Charité hospital in Berlin. Her academic and clinic duties included administration of the high-risk antenatal clinic. Her clinical research and clinical focus is preeclampsia. In addition to her work at Charité hospital she provided additional sonographic consultation to local colleagues with complicated IVF and antenatal malformation. She continued with subspecialty training in Perinatal Medicine for an additional year before coming to Qatar (as related to her long standing interest in international health).

    She has been in Qatar for over 4 years working at Sidra as well as in cooperation with Hamad Women’s Hospital.

    She is a member of the

    • ISUOG (International society of ultrasound in obstetrics and gynecology)
    • DGGG (German society for obstetrics and gynecology)
    • DEGUM (German society for ultrasound in medicine)

    In her limited free time she regularly practices Ashtanga-Yoga, reads and enjoys travel. Katrin is married and the mother of three active sons.

    Languages Spoken

    English, German, Spanish, French

    Years of Experience
    Areas Of Interest

    Her special interest is with fetal ultrasound and preeclampsia as well as in teaching medical students in Qatar and previously in Berlin.