Dr. Ahmed Amer Hachem

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Hospital: NMC Royal AbuDhabi

Dr. Ahmed Amer Hachem is a French Consultant Urological Surgeon with more than twenty years’ experience as head of Urology department.

He graduated as a Medical Doctor from the University of Damascus 1981. He moved to Europe in 1981 where he completed his postgraduate training, initially in General Surgery and awarded his Fellowship in General Surgery from the University of Tours, France in 1986. He then followed his training in Urology and awarded his urological qualification from the University of Picardy Jules Verne, France in 1989.

Dr. Hachem is registered as Urological Surgeon with the French Medical Council. He is also holding FRCS from the Royal College of Surgeon in Edinburgh since 2004 and was awarded his Urology recognition and qualification from the Irish Surgical Postgraduate Training Committee at the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland in 2005 with the recommendation to the Irish Medical Council to place his name on the register of Medical Specialists in Urology in Ireland. Before moving to the United Arab Emirates in 2010 he was the Head of Urology Department at Valenciennes Medical Complex in France (having 2000 beds).

From December 2010, until joining NMC Royal Hospital in April, 2016 he was the Head of Urology Department at Al Ain Hospital, UAE. He belives in interests of patients, team work, respect and collaboration between physicians as well as nursing staff.

Scope of service:
Laser Surgery for the Prostate, tumors and stones, Open urological procedures, Female urology procedures, Radical surgery for cancers, Reconstructive Urology, Endo-urology; diagnostic and therapeutic Mini-invasive stones management including ureteroscopy and percutaneous surgery, Congenital malformations repair, Laparoscopy, Extracorporeal lithotripsy (ESWL), Andrological investigations and management of male Infertility and sexual dysfunction, Uro-ultrasound; Trans-abdominal, Trans-rectal and echo guided biopsies.

Languages speaking: Arabic, English and French.