Dr. Ahmad Maarouf will become the new Chief Medical Officer of HCA Saskatoon Healthcare Northwest with effect from March 1, 2021. (Courtesy HCA Saskatoon Healthcare Northwest)
Dr. Ahmad Maarouf will become the new Chief Medical Officer of HCA Saskatoon Healthcare Northwest effective March 1, 2021, hospital officials said in a November 30 press release.
According to the press release, Maarouf is certified by the board of directors for internal medicine, nephrology and intensive care medicine. He received his medical degree from Damascus University College of Medicine and a degree in internal medicine from the Western Reserve Care System / Forum Health. Maarouf was also a visiting scholar and conducted research at Pittsburgh Medical Center, where he completed a nephrology fellowship in 2009 and an intensive fellowship in 2011. In 2018, he earned his Masters in Business Administration from Case Western Reserve University.
Most recently, Maarouf moved to Saskatoon earlier this year to become Medical Director of Critical Care at HCA Saskatoon Healthcare Northwest.
“Dr. Maarouf is committed to meticulous quality. He believes in promoting data-driven, patient-centric, collaborative care for every person in the hospital,” said Scott Davis, CEO of HCA Saskatoon Healthcare Northwest, in a statement. “We are excited to have him as the new Chief Medical Officer and look forward to how we can enhance his impact on our colleagues and the community.”
Prior to his current position at HCA Saskatoon Healthcare Northwest, Maarouf held various positions in the Nephrology and Hypertension Department at Henry Ford Hospital, Beaumont Health and Michigan State University.
Maarouf is a member of the American College of Physicians, the American Society of Nephrology, and the Society of Critical Care Medicine.