Mohammad Khader, MD
Clinical Assistant Professor, General & Hospital Medicine
Dr. Mohammad Khader is currently a Clinical Assistant Professor of Internal Medicine at The University of Kansas Health System. Dr. Khader graduated from the University of MISR University for Science and Technology College of Medicine. He worked as a medical escort for refugees with special medical conditions at the Interntional Organization for Migration. He practiced as a general physician in Jordan for Ministry of Health, Royal Medical service and private health care system. He completed residency training at the NCH Healthcare System in Naples, Florida. Following residency graduation, Dr Khader worked as a Chief resident at NCH Health care System. Dr Khader also participates in UCF College of medicine educational activities, and he have been involved in teaching students in outpatient clinics with continuity primary care as well as in inpatient hospitalist academic service. He completed a simulation training continuing medical education (CME) from Mayo Clinic and then he was involved in the clinical skill lab activities during his chief year at the NCH Healthcare System.
Dr. Khader joined KUMC in 2022 as Clinical assistant professor of internal medicating and he is practicing inpatient general medicine at the university of Kansas health system.
Education and Training
- MBChB, Medicine , Misr University for Science and Technology College of Medicine, 6th October City, Egypt
- Residency, Internal medicine/Chief year , NCH Health care system , Naples , FL
- Residency, Internal Medicine, Naples Health care system, Naples, FL
- Other, Hepatology and Gastroenterology, Mayo clinic, Jacksonville, FL
- Residency, General medicine , Ministry of Health , Amman , Jordan
- Other, Hospital Medicine , Akilah Hospital, Amman, Jordan
- Internship, Medicine , Royal Medical Services Hospitals, Jordan
Licensure, Accreditations & Certifications
- American Board of Internal Medicine, ABIM
- Florida Medical license , Department of health
- Medical license , Kansas State Board of Healing Arts
- International Organization for Migration, Amman, Jordan, Medical Escort Doctor, 2016 - 2018
- Zaatari refugee camp, volunteer, 2016 - 2016
My research during residency was focused mainly on inpatient internal medicine topics and quality improvement projects to improve immunization rate and inpatient service. Had many published articles and presented abstracts regarding those topics.