About Me

I am Medical Doctor by training who interested in Medical Research, Medical Education, and Healthcare Management by career. I strongly believe that the only way we could reach sustainable development and a reputable Healthcare System in Somaliland is to further explore and invest in a depth understanding of good leadership, administrative and management skills in healthcare settings, so that the acceptable standards of medical practice and appropriate utilization of the available resources will be established on the ground.
 I am board-certified & a Fellow in Health Systems Management by the Health Systems Management Association (HeSMA) the only Professional Association of its kind in Africa and also practicing physician at Hargeisa TB Hospital for the last 5 years and privately run a Family Health Clinic.
 

6 comments:

  1. I am public health and nersing professional myself hopes is how i can helped others whose lives my country and other society.

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  2. Hello i am just wondering if there are any services in Hargeisha that offer home visits for the elderly who are to sick to travel to the hspt.

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  4. We specialise in providing physiotherapy service and are dedicated to assisting children achieve their full potential. We treat babies, children and adolescents.

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  5. The pelvic floor is made up of muscles, fascia and other tissues. These form a sling from the pubic bone to the tailbone. Pelvic floor muscle assist in maintaining upright posture, supporting abdominal and pelvic organs, and help to control bladder, bowel and sexual activity. Pelvic floor dysfunction occurs when these muscles become weak, overused, overactive causing pain, weakness in controlling bowel and bladder symptoms, reduced sexual function. There is often related impairments of the sacroiliac joint, low back, coccyx and/or hip joint, which accompany this condition, and can contribute to pain and loss of function.

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