Cardiology Consultant Dr Taysir Jaradah has been appointed as the President of the Clinical Simulation Centre at the College of Medicine and Medical Sciences of the Arabian Gulf University (AGU). Commenting on this, Dr Jaradah expressed his appreciation to the President of AGU Dr Khalid bin Abdulrahman Al Ohaly for his support and confidence in the abilities of the university’s faculty members. “We look forward to become a leading academic and research centre that will help in solving prominent medical issues in GCC,” he said.

It’s worth noting that Dr Jaradah holds the Irish Fellowship in Internal Medicine from the capital of the Republic of Ireland Dublin and the Irish Fellowship in Cardiology of the College of Trinity in Dublin, as well as a diploma in the science of health services and methods of health leadership.

He is a member of the British and Irish Society of Cardiology. Dr Jaradah specialised in heart diseases through his work in the field of heart diseases and cardiac catheterisation. He is registered with the British Medical Council as a consultant in internal medicine and heart diseases.