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Dr. Salah Zaki

Anti- Aging & Regenerative Medicine Specialist

Egyptian-born Dr. Salah Zaki has more than 35 years’ experience in the medical field. Licensed to practice medicine in the US & Egypt, he is a Physician and a Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgeon, certified in Anti-Aging & Regenerative Medicine and in healthcare management by the American College of Healthcare Executives (USA).

At the start of his career, he studied at Cairo’s renowned Al Azhar University Medical School, where he completed his first internship and residency. He then moved to Washington, D.C. in the US where he completed another residency and fellowships in Cardio-Vascular and Thoracic Surgery at The Washington Hospital Center.

In 1989, Dr. Salah started his own surgical practice and helped The Washington Hospital Center to develop its cardiac program to be ranked in the top 13 national cardiac programs by US News & World Report. He also developed an international patient program, which enabled the hospital to expand its footprint into Asia, South America and the Middle East, and which generated millions of dollars in additional revenues.

In 2001, Dr. Salah was the first president to be appointed at The Institute of International Health at the George Washington University Medical Center. He also held the position of Medical Director of International Programs at the Georgetown University Hospital. 

Between 2001-2002, Dr. Salah was an advisor to the UAE Army medical services, and from 2002-2003, he was advisor to the General Authority for Health Services for Abu Dhabi and Medical Director for Al Mafraq Hospital, the largest government hospital in Abu Dhabi with 650 beds. He has played a key role in revolutionizing and advancing the method of healthcare delivery in the United Arab Emirates.

In 2003, he was appointed Medical Director of the largest private hospital in the Middle East, which was built in collaboration with the US Department of Defense.  And in 2009, Dr. Salah was appointed by the US Embassy in Egypt as the official medical liaison officer during President Barack Obama’s visit to Egypt. 

An entrepreneur at heart, Dr. Salah also owns a healthcare practice, International Medical Consultants (IMC), with offices in the UAE, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the US. He is also a co-founder of UniMed/EduMed, one of the first telemedicine companies established in the Middle East pioneering CME program delivery to thousands of medical professionals across the region.

He is also CEO of Dubai-based IMC Medical Centers Group, CEO of LINC Biomedical Services in Cairo, and Chief Medical Officer of Redwood Scientific in California.

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Dr_Salah_Zaki

Dr. Salah Zaki

Anti- Aging & Regenerative Medicine Specialist

Egyptian-born Dr. Salah Zaki has more than 35 years’ experience in the medical field. Licensed to practice medicine in the US & Egypt, he is a Physician and a Cardiovascular & Thoracic Surgeon, certified in Anti-Aging & Regenerative Medicine and in healthcare management by the American College of Healthcare Executives (USA).

At the start of his career, he studied at Cairo’s renowned Al Azhar University Medical School, where he completed his first internship and residency. He then moved to Washington, D.C. in the US where he completed another residency and fellowships in Cardio-Vascular and Thoracic Surgery at The Washington Hospital Center.

In 1989, Dr. Salah started his own surgical practice and helped The Washington Hospital Center to develop its cardiac program to be ranked in the top 13 national cardiac programs by US News & World Report. He also developed an international patient program, which enabled the hospital to expand its footprint into Asia, South America and the Middle East, and which generated millions of dollars in additional revenues.

In 2001, Dr. Salah was the first president to be appointed at The Institute of International Health at the George Washington University Medical Center. He also held the position of Medical Director of International Programs at the Georgetown University Hospital. 

Between 2001-2002, Dr. Salah was an advisor to the UAE Army medical services, and from 2002-2003, he was advisor to the General Authority for Health Services for Abu Dhabi and Medical Director for Al Mafraq Hospital, the largest government hospital in Abu Dhabi with 650 beds. He has played a key role in revolutionizing and advancing the method of healthcare delivery in the United Arab Emirates.

In 2003, he was appointed Medical Director of the largest private hospital in the Middle East, which was built in collaboration with the US Department of Defense.  And in 2009, Dr. Salah was appointed by the US Embassy in Egypt as the official medical liaison officer during President Barack Obama’s visit to Egypt. 

An entrepreneur at heart, Dr. Salah also owns a healthcare practice, International Medical Consultants (IMC), with offices in the UAE, Egypt, Saudi Arabia and the US. He is also a co-founder of UniMed/EduMed, one of the first telemedicine companies established in the Middle East pioneering CME program delivery to thousands of medical professionals across the region.

He is also CEO of Dubai-based IMC Medical Centers Group, CEO of LINC Biomedical Services in Cairo, and Chief Medical Officer of Redwood Scientific in California.

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Healers: What Can They Heal?

Posted on 02 Sep 2018

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Category  |  Alternative Medicine

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Category  |  Wellbeing

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3 Easy Steps For Perfect Skin

Posted on 22 Jul 2018

For many years and even before becoming a makeup artist, I’ve always looked after my skin. Our skin is our canvas and if we don’t look after it, this is when we start to see breakouts, bumps and our skin becoming dull. Cleansing your face is essential before applying any skin care in the morning and evening. Why? During the day and the night, excess oil, dirt, pollution and impurities c... read more

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