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Ahmad Al-Mubaslat, MD, FACE

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Dr. Al-Mubaslat specializes in internal medicine and in Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolic disorders and is double board-certified in these specialties.

After graduating medical school from Jordan University in Amman, Jordan, Dr. Al-Mubaslat completed his Internal Medicine residency training at Brown University School of Medicine in Rhode Island.

Following his service as a chief medical resident, and assistant clinical professor at Forum Health in Youngstown, Ohio, he attended the Phoenix city-wide Fellowship program of the University of Arizona in Phoenix, AZ for his fellowship training in Endocrinology, Diabetes and Metabolic disorders.

Dr. Al-Mubaslat served as the diabetes program director, and the medical director of the Harmon diabetes center in Kansas City, MO for several years. He has recently spent a two-year sabbatical in Amman, Jordan where he established the first diabetes center in the private sector in Jordan, in addition to serving as teaching faculty at the internal medicine residency program and the endocrinology fellowship program at Jordan Hospital in Amman. He has joined Saint Joseph Medical Center in Kansas City, MO about a year ago as the lead endocrine physician.

Dr. Al-Mubaslat has been invited as a key speaker on numerous occasions at regional Mid-west medical conferences as well as at local medical forums throughout Kansas City.

Dr. Al-Mubaslat is a strong believer in patient empowerment through education, and believes that partners should be intimately involved in their own management and in making choices pertaining to their health. Such joint leadership of healthcare between a patient and their healthcare provider can only be achieved if both parties have a common understanding of the health issues of interest.

Dr. Al-Mubaslat authored and published a patient educational textbook (my success story with diabetes) that he made available to his patients in Amman, Jordan for the specific purpose of patient education and empowerment. He believes that such education has to be valid, reliable, and based on evidence-based clinical data, as Healthcare decision making is only as good as the information used to arrive at such decisions.

 

Professional Highlights

  • Consultant and chief of endocrinology, Self Regional Medical Center, Greenwood, SC
  • Consultant of endocrinology, Diabetes Program Director, Research Medical Center, Kansas City, MO
  • Consultant of Endocrinology, Jordan Hospital, Amman, Jordan
  • Assistant clinical professor, northeastern university school of medicine, OH
  • Clinical faculty, Goppert Family Medicine Residency Program, Kansas City, MO
  • Clinical faculty, internal medicine program, Endocrine fellowship program, Jordan Hospital, Amman, Jordan
  • Medical Director, Harmon Diabetes Center, Kansas City, MO
  • Medical Director, Khalidi Diabetes Center, Amman, Jordan
  • Consultant endocrinologist, Saint Joseph Medical Center, Kansas City, MO

 

Medical Accreditation

  • Diplomat, American Board of Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism
  • Diplomat, American Board of Internal Medicine
  • AACE certification for thyroid ultrasound imaging and FNA procedures
  • ISCD certification for bone densitometry interpretation
  • Passed USMLE step 1, step 2, and step 3 in the first attempt
  • ECFMG indefinite certification
  • Jordanian Board of Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolic disorders

 

Honors

  • Award of academic achievement, Jordanian Ministry of education, for ranking first in the country’s high school diploma in 1991
  • Elite lipidology fellowship at Duke University School of medicine which is awarded to the four top-performing endocrine fellows nationwide
  • Golden Apple award for the distinguished role as a chief resident and clinical faculty at Forum Health, Ohio
  • Department of Veterans Affairs recognition for contributing to the diabetes program at Carl T Hayden, VA Medical Center, Phoenix, AZ
  • Fellowship of the Americal College of Endocrinology (FACE)
  • Selected by physician peers as one of the most influential physicians in the USA and as a diabetes field thought leader, Publish by Qforma in the USA today in 2009
  • Quality and safety physician of the year award by Research Medical Center in 2011 and in 2012

 

Professional memberships

  • American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists (AACE)
  • Endocrine Society
  • American Diabetes Association
  • Americal College of Physicians

 

Publications and Presentations

  • (Ecstasy Induced Hepatitis), case report published in the ACP regional meeting, Warwick, RI, April 2000
  • A Case of (Budd Chiari Syndrome in a Patient with Anti-Phospholipfutid Syndrome), published in the ACP regional meeting, Warwick, RI, April 2001
  • A Case of (Pituitary Apoplexy), published in the ACP regional meeting, Warwick, RI, April 2002
  • A Case of (Endotoxin Induced Bradycardia), Published in the ACP regional meeting, Warwick, RI, April 2002
  • Leading author of (The Metabolic Syndrome: Pathogenesis, Consequences, and Treatment Strategies), published in the Resident & Staff Physician Journal, Vol. 51, No. 1, January 2005
  • Participated in more than 12 regional and national meetings (2011-2016), and has been a regional and local speaker both for pharmaceutical affiliates, and CME credited programs on more than 90 occasions
  • Served as the Endocrine Symposium Chair for the Kansas City South West Clinical Society fall meeting in November 2012

 

Education

  • MD degree from Jordan University School of medicine
  • Internal medicine residency from Brown University School of Medicine
  • Endocrinology, diabetes and metabolic disorder fellowship training, Phoenix city wide program, Arizona University
Last modified on: 11-08-2020