Graduated from Alexandria faculty of medicine, Egypt in 1981; had his anaesthetic training in Egypt, Kuwait and Edinburgh. A fellow of the faculty of Anaesthetists at the Royal College of surgeons in Ireland since 1993. He Joined Corniche hospital as a consultant in 1996, and was appointed the chief of service for the anaesthesia directorate in 2004. Under his leadership the Obstetric anesthesia department developed to one of the leading obstetric anaesthesia units, not only in Abu Dhabi but in the whole region.
He introduced many innovative and evidence base practices that are now standard practice at Corniche. Ultrasound guided neuraxial block, the use of cell saver and point of care hemostatic monitoring for the management massive hemorrhage and the use of Quadratus lumborum block for postoperative analgesia, are examples of such practices.
He has several publications in obstetric anaesthesia in peer reviewed journals, and is a regular guest speaker at national and international meetings.