Abdullah Al Ghamdi Honored with the "Top 100 Healthcare Leaders" Award at IFAH Dubai, 2019

DUBAI, UAE - Jan. 23, 2020 - PRLog -- Dr. Abdullah Al Ghamdi, Associate Deputy Executive Director (FM & PHC -Central Region) of King Abdulaziz Medical City-Riyadh (MNG-HA), was conferred with the "Top 100 Healthcare Leaders" award for his contributions to the healthcare industry at IFAH — International Forum on Advancements in Healthcare (formerly known as the Smart Health Conference). The international conference was held at Le Meridien, Dubai on December 16–18, 2019.

Dr. Al Ghamdi is responsible for hiring, recruiting, training and development of clinical staff at KAMC-Riyadh. He leads high management and other departmental committees and plays an integral role as a key collaborator with other departments on issues related to patient care, clinical integration efforts, quality, safety, education, research, and development.

He is also responsible for the implementation and development of the electronic medical records of patients, health informatics, business intelligence and innovative strategies that revolve around family medicine and primary health care in his department.

The "Top 100 Healthcare Leaders" is a recognition conceptualized by IFAH to felicitate individuals for ideating innovations in healthcare. A subsidiary of Prism Events, IFAH aims to set a standard of excellence in the realm of healthcare services and delivery by honoring the brightest leaders and organizations from all around the world. With the three-day conference coming to a successful end, IFAH is planning to organize biannual conferences with the hope to further establish its presence in Asia-Pacific and MENA

For more details on IFAH — International Forum on Advancements in Healthcare, Visit www.ifah.world.

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