The Saudi Critical Care Society (SCCS) board consists of 11 members led by the President, the Vice President, Treasurer of money, General Secretary, and nine Board members. The members of the Board of Directors are elected by the General Assembly by secret ballot. The duties of each board extend for a period of three years renewable once.
Dr. Awad Al-Omari is a Senior Healthcare Leader with more than 16 years of experience with multicultural organizations in diverse Healthcare facilities.
Dr. Al-Omari has obtained his M.B.B.S Degree from King Abdulaziz University in 2003. He completed his training program to obtain Critical Care & Infectious Diseases fellowship from the University of Ottawa, Canada at 2012.
Currently, Dr. Al Omari is Consultant Internal Medicine, Critical Care, Infectious Disease, and Infection Control. He is an Associate Vice President for Physicians & Academic Affairs and The Medical Director of Critical Care services at Dr. Sulaiman Al Habib Medical Group. He is also a President of Saudi Critical Care Society and an Associate Professor, College of Medicine at Al Faisal University. Additionally, he is a social activist and a writer at Al-Watan newspaper.
Dr. Awad Al Omari has huge interests in research. He has several publications in well-respected journals. The main areas of interests are: Critical Care, MDR Organisms, Sepsis and MERS-CoV.
Dr. Hind Ali Bafaqih is a senior healthcare consultant with more than ten years of critical care and healthcare management experience.
Currently, Dr. Hind is the head of intensive care consultant and the Director of pediatric ICU in Military Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Besides her work, she is the Chairman of the Scientific Committee for Pediatric Critical Care Medicine at the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties and the Dubiety of the Critical Care society president.
During her career in critical care, she was involved in clinical and leadership research. She published more than 20 studies in Prestigious Science Journals.
Dr. Hind has a particular interest in quality and patient safety, and she is a member of many international and local regulatory bodies and societies.
Dr. Faisal Al Suwaidan a senior consultant of neurology, critical care medicine, neurological & neurosurgical critical care at King Fahad Medical City, Second Health Cluster in Central Region, Saudi Arabia. Dr. Al Suwaidan is also the V.P. of the Saudi Neurology Society and the Chief Treasurer of the Saudi Critical Care Society.
Dr. Khalid Maghrabi is a Consultant Intensivist in the Department of Critical Care Medicine at King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Also, he was chairman of the critical care department for several years.
He obtained the Arab Board and the Saudi Board in Internal Medicine, and he is a member of the Royal Colleges of Physicians of the United Kingdom.
Dr. Khalid completed a critical care fellowship program from the University of Ottawa, Canada, and is an MBA IH holder from the Frankfurt School of Finance and management.
Dr.Khalid has more than 20 years of experience in critical care and health care management. During his career, he was involved in teaching and training and participated in educational committees in the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties and Saudi Critical Care Society.
Dr. Khalid has a particular interest in education and training and is a member of many international and local regulatory bodies and societies.
Dr. Wail Tashkandi is the Board president for the Saudi General Surgery Society and is an Assistant Professor and a Consultant in General Surgery and Critical Care Medicine at King Abdulaziz University, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia.
Dr. Wail is an advisor for the Ministry of Health in Saudi Arabia. Moreover, He is the Director of the critical care department at Fakeeh Care Group and the Saudi Surgical Journal editor-in-chief. He is also a member of the Scientific Council of Surgery in the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties.
During his career, he held many leading positions in the education and healthcare sectors in Saudi Arabia. He completed the Arab board of Surgery and the Canadian Fellowship in Critical Care Medicine.
Dr. Tareq Alayed is the Executive Director of the Saudi Critical Care Society and is a board member. He is also a pediatric intensivist and the Pediatric Critical Care Department Director at King Faisal Specialist Hospital and Research Centre, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Dr. Alayed is also the Deputy Director for the Saudi Commission for Health Specialty's council for the Critical Care fellowship training Program and the Previous Chairman of the Pediatric Chapter at Saudi Critical Care Society. Besides, he is an Assistant Consultant in the College of Medicine at Alfaisal University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Dr. Tareq completed the American Board of Pediatrics in 1998, the Saudi Board of Pediatrics in 1998, a Diploma in Child Health from Ireland in 1996, and a fellowship in Pediatric Critical Care Medicine from McGill University, Canada, in 2001.
Dr. Tareq Alayed has a particular interest in pediatric critical care Tele-Medicine and Health Education, where he led more than 30 pediatric critical care conferences and Courses locally and internationally, in addition to his interest in research. He published more than 15 studies in prestigious Scientific Journals.
Dr. Mandourah is a senior healthcare consultant with more than 25 years of experience in critical care and health care management graduate of King Saud University and did his post-graduate training at McGill University and the University of Toronto. Double boarded in American and Canadian board, specialized in internal medicine and sun specialized in pulmonology, and critical care medicine and sub-sub specialized in lung transplant and critical Transplant medicine.
Currently, Dr. Mandourah is the General Director of Military Medical Services General directorate. Dr. Mandourah is a senior intensive care consultant as well as the founder and the past Director of the department of intensive care services and the founder and past Director ICS Research Center at Prince Sultan Military Medical City, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. During his career in critical care, he was involved in clinical and leadership research. He published more than 100 studies in Prestigious Science Journals.
Dr. Mandourah is the founder of the critical care residency program during his term and the chairman of the scientific council of critical care training board and a 1st publisher of CBAHI and MOH critical care quality and patient safety chapters member of many international and local regulatory bodies and societies. During his term as president of the Saudi critical care society, he has signed and established many SLAs with different international societies and built the SCCS-SA.org website, and founded the Saudi Critical care Journal SCCJ-SA.org.
Dr. Mandourah chaired the executive committees of the 1st. 10 Saudi Critical care societies international conferences and 10 Decade decathlon’s conferences across KSA between 2009 & 2020. Dr. Mandourah also ran three trans Middle East SCCS conferences in Jourdan, Sudan, and Egypt. Dr. Mandourah has founded the SCCS headquarters and training center, the 1st owned and only Society headquarter in Saudi Arabia.
Dr. Mandourah received many awards and Royal decrees and middles of joiners by the Royal court and many national and international bodies including the department of state and Defenses in the United stars of American and United nation.
Dr. Amin is a senior consultant intensivist with more than 20 years of critical care, leadership, and strategic planning and management experience.
Dr. Amin has obtained his FCCP from the American College of chest physicians in 2008, a Canadian fellowship in critical care medicine from McMaster university in 2005, and Jordanian and Saudi board of internal medicine.
Currently, he is an adult critical care consultant and the Director of intensive care services at King Fahad General hospital – Jeddah. Besides, he is a member of the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties (SCHCS) Critical Care Scientific Committee.
During his career in critical care, he led the establishment of critical care services at King Saud Medical City- Riyadh, led the development and operation of intensive care departments in Riyadh health affairs, the critical care operation in several Hajj missions, the operation of MERS-CoV center at King Abdullah Medical Complex in Jeddah, and others.
Dr. Amin has a vast interest in quality and patient safety, certified CBAHI medical surveyor, and a member of many international and local professional and scientific societies.
Mr. Saad M. Al-Harthi, is a Respiratory Therapist with more than 28 years of experience in RT critical care management and training.
Currently, Mr. Al-Harthi is a Respiratory Therapist, clinical instructor as well as the Director of Respiratory Care Services at PSMMC, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
He established more than six departments for RT and CPR centre in the Kingdom, most notably the RT Department at KSMC, one of the largest RT in the MOH, in addition to the seasonal RT team during the Hajj and Umrah period, and the CPR Centre at the Military Hospital in Al-Kharj.
Mr. Al-Harthi has a particular interest in training, quality, and patient safety and is a member of many international and Team Leader of RT CBAHI team in PSMMC.
Dr. Safug Alanazi is a critical care consultant and the medical director at Al Hammadi Hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. In his career, he led many critical care departments in governmental and private hospitals.
Dr. Safug is an internal medicine consultant accredited by the Saudi Board of Medicine and an intensive care consultant from McMaster University in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, with more than 20 years of experience in the medical field both locally and internationally. He also has a particular interest in healthcare leadership, management research, and medical education. Dr. Safog participated in many conferences and training courses locally and internationally, and he was the Critical Care fellowship program director.
Dr. Alenazi is a public figure in Saudi Arabia in public health education and is one of the leading voices during the fight against COVID-19. He is also a board member of the Saudi Critical Care Society in Saudi Arabia.
A senior specialist in critical care nursing and quality and patient safety with 20 years of multiple experiences in critical care, quality and patient safety, education, training, development, healthcare management, and others.
He is a certified trainer for multiple basic and advanced programs and training courses in critical care, quality & patient safety, management, etc.
He was involved as a speaker in multiple events and conferences and had many publications at national and international levels.
He is also an active member of local and international scientific, specialized, and professional societies and associations.