Mouhanad Hammami Sarah Ward
Hear from the brightest and the best in medical travel
The IMTJ Medical Travel Summit 2017 is attracting some of the brightest talents in medical travel. They’ll share their knowledge, insight and experience of building a sustainable international patient business.
President and CEO, Global Health Consultants, USA
Dr. Hammami completed his postdoctoral research in Pediatrics at the Newborn Center of the University of Tennessee in Memphis, and then accepted a faculty appointment at Wayne State University School of Medicine in Detroit, Michigan and a research position at the Detroit Medical Center, Department of Pediatrics.
Dr. Hammami served as Executive Director of the National Arab American Medical Association (NAAMA) from 2006 to 2009. He was then appointed as the Chief of Health Operations of Wayne County Health Officer in 2009 where he oversees all health related matters in the 13th most populous county in the US.
He is a recipient of the American Medical Association (AMA) foundation “Excellence in Medicine and Leadership Award” as well as the “Health Policy Champion Award” by the Michigan Department of Community Health. He was nominated by the White House for Heroes for Health in 2013.
Dr. Hammami is a member of several professional and honor societies and has been an invited speaker nationally and internationally on various topics.
Mouhanad explains why you should attend this years Summit