Pediatrics, Neonatal Perinatal MedicineAl Ain, Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
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Dr. Aiman Rahmani has been American board-certified in Pediatrics and Neonatology Since 1993, He is currently serving as Chief of the Neonatology Division since 2004, as well as A.CMO/D.CMO since 2018. He previously served as Chairman of the Pediatric Department (2010-2018).
Dr. Rahmani's clinical achievements included the establishment and expansion of the Neonatal service at Tawam Hospital since 2004. Tawam Hospital NICU is a level III + unit that provides tertiary services to all Al Ain region and serves as a referral center for the UAE for Neonatal surgeries and metabolic disease management.
Dr. Rahmani graduated from Damascus University Medical School in 1987 and then completed a Pediatric Residency at UMDNJ-RWJ University in New Jersey, followed by a Neonatology fellowship at Temple University Children's Hospital in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
At a national level, Dr. Rahmani served as Medical Director of the SEHA Pediatric Service Line Council (2012-2018). He has been a regional NRP trainer since 1996 and was elected president of the Neonatal Society, Emirates Medical Association in 2008.
On an academic level; Dr. Rahmani was an assistant professor at Temple University Medical School in 1998, and he achieved the rank of Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at the College of Medicine and Health Sciences, UAE University in 2012. He established the first Neonatal-Perinatal fellowship program in the UAE in 2009 which received accreditation from ACGME, the Arab Board, and the Department of Health of Abu Dhabi.
Dr. Rahmani received several awards and recognitions from the American Medical Association, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and Tawam Hospital. In the last 20 years, Dr. Rahmani has published 21 original papers in peer-reviewed journals, Over 100 communications and abstract presentations, and participated in several international conferences as a guest speaker. He currently serves as reviewer, editor, and editor-in-chief for several neonatology peer-reviewed Journals.