Dr. Abbas Khosravi is a board-certified anesthesiologist with advanced experience and fellowship degrees in critical care medicine and medical education, bringing valued medical and educational input to our mission. Dr. Khosravi graduated from Shiraz University of Medicine in Iran in the early 1990s and immediately began practicing as a general practitioner and emergency physician for six years post-graduation. He felt a desire to specialize in the field of anesthesia, so he began a residency program in 1999, all while working as an assistant professor of anesthesia to Iranian medical students.
In 2005, he relocated to Dubai and started work at the largest hospital trauma center in Dubai as an ICU staff physician. His passion for critical care in his community led him to establish and manage the ICU department of new trauma center hospital in Shiraz (Iran) for one year and then joining the Iranian Red Cross-affiliated hospital in Dubai in 2010 as a full-time intensivist and head of the critical care department, which is his current practice. At the same time he is cooperating with Amana hospital in Abu Dhabi, a specialized medical facility for long-term ventilated patients. Dr. Khosravi’s work entails the management of the entire Medical/surgical intensive care unit, a responsibility he bravely took on while completing his Master’s Degree in Medical Education.
In addition to his medical practice, Dr. Khosravi has published a couple of scientific articles in medical journals and has participated in many international presentations on critical care and medical education. His professional interests have become his passions, and he is continually researching ways to improve leadership in critical care units, international accreditations, quality and patient safety. In his free time, he enjoys fine arts, practicing calligraphy, photography and traveling.