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.
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