Mohammad Zahid, MBBS, FRCP (UK)
Dr. Muhammad Zahid is a Consultant in General Internal Medicine at Hamad General Hospital, Hamad Medical Corporation in Qatar. He is a member of the core faculty of Internal Medicine and is the ‘Quality Officer’ of Internal Medicine Residency program for quality improvement and patient safety. He is currently working towards establishing the Acute Medical Unit as the clinical lead. Recently he has been awarded FRCP by Royal College of Physician – London, UK.
He has nearly 15 years of experience in Clinical Medicine and graduated from Punjab University, Pakistan in 1998. He completed FCPS in Internal Medicine from CPSP in 2002. He then went to UK for an MRCP in 2005. He was awarded CCT in Acute Medicine (ACM) in 2011. After that he completed a fellowship Stroke Medicine. During Post Graduate training in ACM, he did MRCP in Acute Medicine and a Post Graduate certificate in Critical Care. He was appointed Consultant in Acute Medicine and Stroke at Dorset County Hospital, Dorchester, UK in 2012. He was clinical lead of the Emergency Medical Unit which has its own assessment area and ambulatory clinic. He also worked as Stroke Physician for two days a week, primarily looking after the Hyperacute Stroke Unit and TIA clinic.
He has keen interest in teaching and training. He has been actively involved in MRCP Paces teaching. He was educational supervisor for many trainees and was on a panel for the annual review of trainees at Wessex Deanery in the UK. He has carried out a number of audits and presented these audits at national and international conferences as oral or poster presentations.