Rami Almadi Dr.

pulmonology / respiratory
English, Arabic

Core competencies

  • Asthma/ COPD
  • Pleural diseases
  • Chronic cough 
  • Breathlessness management 
  • Lung cancer
  • Bronchoscopy
  • Pulmonary infections 
  • Bronchiectasis 
  • Pulmonary fibrosis 
  • Sleep disorders  


Dr. Rami Almadi is an American trained Pulmonary Consultant and a holder of the American Boards of Pulmonary diseases and Internal Medicine. He has a combined and diverse experience of over 15 years in the fields of Pulmonary, Internal Medicine and Emergency medicine while working in the states of New York, Rhode Island and Florida. Dr. Almadi concluded his Internal Medicine residency from an accredited program of Weill Medical College of Cornell University in New York City, after fulfilling the ECFMG requirements. After graduating, he worked in the same hospital in the capacity of an ER attending physician, in what is considered to be one of the busiest Emergency Departments in the US. Designated a level 1 trauma and a stroke centre, he gained invaluable experience in treating a wide spectrum of medical emergencies and performing various procedures. A shift in his career took place when he pursued and received his Pulmonary Fellowship training with affiliation to Boston University. He then accepted a consultant role with a multidisciplinary private group and a teaching hospital affiliated with Brown University in the state of Rhode Island. Before moving to Dubai, Dr. Almadi lived in South West Florida with his family, where he was working as a consultant Pulmonologist with one of the largest health care providers in the state. There, he covered the inpatient pulmonary consultation services in addition to the outpatient clinics. He is trained in performing diagnostic bronchoscopies, in addition to endobronchial ultrasound aided biopsies of abnormally enlarged lymph nodes aiming to diagnose and stage lung cancers or benign entities such as Sarcoidosis among others. His other interests in the field of Pulmonary medicine are interstitial lung diseases and pulmonary fibrosis, in addition to the management of chronic respiratory failure, oxygen dependency, chronic obstructive lung diseases (COPD) and asthma. Obstructive sleep apnea patients were among his patient population he helped in establishing the diagnosis and long-term management including patients education. He also took part in a research project in Temple University, Philadelphia, looking at cellular apoptosis role in COPD progression. Dr. Almadi is a member of the American College of Chest Physician (CHEST) and the American College of Physicians (ACP) and was involved in the regional and national American Thoracic Society conferences.


American Board of Pulmonary Medicine. (Fellowship training in an affiliate of Boston University School of Medicine, USA)
American Board of Internal Medicine. (Residency training in an affiliate of Weill Medical College of Cornell University, NY, USA)
ECFMG Certification.


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