Ahmed graduated at Hassan the Second University, faculty of Medicine in Casablanca. After a short career in Accident and Emergency in London and Scotland, he joined anesthesia training and completed the Certificate of completion of training in anesthesia at Oxford School of Anesthesia.
Currently, he practices as a consultant and delivers anesthesia for major surgical procedures and day care surgery at The Whittington Hospital, London. He also leads on the Pre assessment service and Peri operative care redesign project.
Ahmed is actively involved in training and teaching trainees, nurses and medical students and has been engaged in developing the Whittington simulation centre. Ahmed’s interest in simulation developed when he was a trainee and initiated airway crisis management simulation training at Kadoori Centre, John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford.
Ahmed’s other interest is leadership and management in Healthcare. He has also led on many service developments and currently leads on the clinical Leadership and Management programme at Whittington Health.
He has been exploring ways of introducing the Primary Trauma Care into Morocco and ensuring it become standard teaching for managing trauma patient in the Country.
Ahmed is father to two beautiful daughters and passionate about football. His team is Arsenal.
This award recognises that the individual has been a PTC Instructor at least 2 times.