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Prof. Mahmoud Marashi joined Mediclinic City Hospital as Consultant Haematologist with over 30 years experience in haematology. He established the clinical haematology service in Dubai Health Authority which is involved in the management of both benign disorders (anaemias, bleeding disorders, thrombosis/thrombophilia) and malignant disorders (acute and chronic leukaemias, myeloma, myeloproliferative disorders, myelodysplastic syndrome). He runs both an undergraduate and postgraduate training in Haematology.
Prof. Marashi did his undergraduate training in Andhra University, India. His haematology training was done in the UL at Heartlands Hospital, Birmingham, (formerly East Birmingham Hospital), The West Midlands Blood Transfusion Service, Edgbaston, Birmingham, The John Radcliffe Hospital and Chuchill Hospital in Oxford, UK.
Prof. Marashi has been involved in medical education for over 20 years. He is a Professor of Medicine and Haematology and is the Head of the Academic Department of Medicine, Dubai Medical College / Dubai Health Authority. He is also an external examiner for the Royal College of Physicians of UK.
*Independent Doctors (ID): Defined as individuals not employed by Mediclinic Middle East who are granted the privilege to treat patient at MCME facilities, in either inpatient or outpatient settings, as applicable.