Dr. Mamoun Bawab

Medical School:
  • Jordanian board in family medicine – Jordan medical council – Jordan, 1999
  • Master degree in family medicine – University of Jordan – Jordan, 1998 (With programmatic approval from Brown University School of medicine in USA)
  • Doctor of medicine (MD) – Aleppo University, faculty of medicine – Syria, 1987
Post Graduate Training:
  • Certificated Tobacoo Treatment Specialist (CTTS) – May, 2018
  • NB: A training program internationally accredited by Council for Tobacco Treatment Training Program (CTTTP) – U.S.A –
  • Membership:
    • Saudi Commission for Health Specialties – Saudi Arabia, Riyadh – 2000
    • Jordan Medical Association – Jordan, Amman – 1988


  • SEHA Ambulatory Healthcare Services – U.A.E, Abu Dhabi – 10 years as a consultant family medicine
  • Riyadh Military Hospital – Saudi Arabia, Riyadh – 10 years as a consultant family medicine
  • Ministry of Health – Jordan, Amman – One year as a specialist family medicine
  • Jordan university Hospital – 2 years as a specialist family medicine – Senior resident
  • Jordan University Hospital, University of Jordan – 4 years as a family medicine resident


  • Diagnosis and treatment of most common diseases for patients of all ages (Infants, children, adolescents, adults, and geriatrics). These include:
    • Cold and flu, sore throat, cough, fever
    • Nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, abdominal pain
    • Skin conditions, rashes, allergies, itching
    • Dysuria, urinary tract infections
    • Headache, migraines
    • Lower back pain, joint pain, neck pain
  • Minor injury management, including:
    • Small cut wounds
    • Burns, 1st degree
    • Minor head injuries
    • Insect and animal bites
    • Allergic reactions
    • Sprains and strains
  • Mental health management:
    • Depression, anxiety, eating disorders, post-traumatic stress disorders, panic attacks
  • Diagnosing, treating, and monitoring most chronic diseases such as:
    • Asthma, Diabetes mellitus, hypertension, ischemic heart disease, dyslipidemia
  • Regular full body and specific checkups to monitor blood pressure, cholesterol levels, and blood sugars
  • Referral and administration of vaccination, immunizations, and preventative care for:
    • Cancers (common screening for colon cancer, breast cancer, etc…)
    • Sexually transmitted diseases
  • Monitoring growth and development
  • Smoking cessation