Education: MBchB (UK), FRCA (UK) ,FFARCSI (IRELAND) , CCST (UK) , MBA (GENEVA)
Dr. Abid Rajah is a highly experienced anesthetist who carried out his initial studies at Liverpool Medical School in the UK.
He underwent specialist registrar training in anesthesia at the Imperial School of Anaesthesia in London where he completed his CCST.
He received Both Fellowships in Anaesthesia from the Royal College of Anaesthetists in London (UK) and Dublin (Ireland).
Dr. Rajah has worked in various renowned hospitals around the world, including National Centres of Excellence in the UK such as the Hammersmith Hospital, St. Mary’s Hospital, Paddington, London, and the Royal Marsden Hospital. Before moving to the UAE, he was a consultant at the Watford General Hospital, UK.
He was employed as a substantive Consultant and Head of Department in Anaesthesia and Intensive Care at Mediclinic Hospital from June 2015 to 2019 when He moved to Dubai where He worked briefly at Medcare Hospital and the MOH Al Bahara Hospital caring for covid patients.
Dr. Abid Rajah also has a Masters' degree in Business Administration in Healthcare Management and is on the Editorial Board of a British Medical Journal and has written several publications. In addition, He has lectured at International Anaesthetic and Intensive Care meetings.
Dr. Abid Rajah is proficient in all anesthetic skills including peri-operative care, intensive care management of critically ill patients, resuscitation, and pain management.
He specializes in delivering anesthesia for all specialties including pediatrics, orthopedics, ENT, Day-case, and complex surgery.
Dr. Rajah maintains a very high level of standard and quality of patient care preoperatively, intraoperatively, and postoperatively.
In our Day Care Hospital, all care is optimized with meticulous detail in order that patients can return home safely and quickly.
There are many advantages in Day-case surgery and the anesthesia has to be precisely tailored to this. In addition, He specialized in anesthesia for complicated and demanding patients as well as Intensive Care patients.