Department of Surgery


  • Leading changing approach for the distinct patient care and surgery department to become a national leader section in surgical innovations and a major center for international care and excellence in Surgical research and education.


  • Promote excellence in surgical education and meet the health care needs of the community and encourage innovation and collaborative research and strive to be leaders and role models of excellence and innovation and embody the core values of compassion, integrity, respect and the pursuit of knowledge and diversity locally and internationally.


  1. Show responsible and compassionate behavior with surgical patients and their family considering the cultural, social and economic background, and in dealing with all levels of education and abilities.

  2. Use the required communication skills for taking appropriate history and conducting medical examination for the surgical problem.

  3. Appreciate the role of perfect understanding of basic science (anatomy, physiology and biochemistry) and the underlying pathophysiological processes relevant to surgical practice, in the diagnosis and management of common illnesses in patient and community.

  4. Be acquainted with the epidemiological profile of the population and society, their heritage and cultural, social, geographic and economic characteristics, and relationship of all those to surgical disease etiology and management.

  5. Have the knowledge and skills necessary to identify the health problems of a patient: emergency situations, common endemic or epidemic diseases and disabilities, including health promotion, prevention, treatment, rehabilitation and follow up

  6. Opt for the wise selection of the most appropriate and cost-effective investigations to reach the proper diagnosis, considering the patient rights and abilities and the capabilities of the health system, especially when weighing the pros and cons of surgical intervention.

  7. Interact effectively with the surgical and other health teams (and appreciate the role of others) in providing medical and surgical services.

  8. Continue independent learning in surgery and pursue postgraduate studies.

Teaching Services

  • Teaching the general and special surgery course to year 4 students.

  • Teaching clinical skills to 1st, 2nd and 3ed year students.

  • Teaching at dental collage.

  • Teaching at nursing collage.

  • Teaching at rehabilitation collage.

Community Services

  • Follow up of patients at outpatient University clinics.

  • About obesity.

  • About Breast cancer.

  • About diabetic foot.

  • Herbal wounds care.

  • About Trauma.

  • Awareness programs at grand moles and schools.

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