People keep asking me why did I choose to become a pathologist? Well it’s about the sense of discovery, the sense of exploring the unknown, and helping people in getting the right diagnosis & best management.The more you think of pathology,the more you realize that it represents medicine as a whole and mends that gap between basic and clinical science in a way no specialty can.Thriving on discovery, following clues and unlocking puzzles,I think of myself when I daydream as a biological detective, looking for clues in the ever so mysterious field of human body and organs.
Participate and assist in the training & teaching of residents.
Participate in all educational activities,lectures and program activities of the department.
Ability to diagnose non-neoplastic and neoplastic processes.
Knowledge and application of special stains and immunohistochemistry.
Focusing on clinical,serological and radiological correlation with the biopsy result.
Ability to provide intraoperative frozen section diagnosis within the required turn around time.
Ability to perform Fine Needle Aspiration of palpable masses or lumps and diagnosing cytopathology slides including pap smear.
Knowledge of and correlation with cytogenetic and molecular studies.
Ensure complete accurate reports in timely manner.
Provide thorough written evaluation and diagnosis for each case.
Maintains established department policies,procedures and objectives including quality control and assurance,safety,environmental and infection control.
Histopathology and Cytopathology specialist
Present) at King Hussein medical center