Nadim Salim Jarrah, MD, FACE

The Specialty Hospital in Amman's department of internal medicine is headed by consultant endocrinologist Nadim Jarrah. He holds Jordan Board certifications in internal medicine and endocrinology. He is an American College of Endocrinology Fellow. He is employed by Mu'tah University's Faculty of Medicine as a Lecturer in the Internal Medicine Department. He held positions at the National Center for Diabetes & Endocrinology as Consultant Endocrinologist and Head of the Scientific Committee (Jordanian Society for the Care of Diabetes). He served as the Jordan Chapter of the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists' immediate past president. He has 20 articles in regional and international medical journals with indexes. 

Nadim Jarrah is Consultant Endocrinologist and Head of Internal Medicine department of The Specialty Hospital, Amman. He has obtained his Jordan Board in Endocrinology and Jordan Board in Internal Medicine. He is a Fellow of the American College of Endocrinology. He is working as a Lecturer in Internal Medicine Department at Faculty of Medicine at Mu'tah University. He worked as the Head of the Scientific Committee (Jordanian Society for the Care of Diabetes) and Consultant Endocrinologist at the National Center for Diabetes & Endocrinology. He was the immediate past President in American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists - Jordan Chapter. He has 20 publications in Indexed Regional and International Medical Journals. He had training positions at the Jordanian Ministry of Health Teaching Hospitals, Jordan University Hospital, The National Center for Diabetes, Endocrinology & Genetics, and University of Manchester in the United Kingdom.

He participates actively in a number of advisory boards: Jordan's Ministry of Health is a consultant for the pharmaceutical sector for WHO. He is particularly interested in raising awareness of, and teaching about, diabetes and its complications, obesity, and metabolic and endocrine disorders among the general public, patients, and health care professionals (including doctors, medical students, fellows in endocrine research, nurses, and pharmacists).