Dr. Arwa Muhammad


Contact details
+971-589531117 UAE – Dubai
Date of birth 10/01/1966 – Syria
Physician – Specialist – Obstetrics and Gynecology
* Vaginal birth after cesarean section Vaginal hysterectomy expertise Special interest in the diagnosis
⚫ evaluation and management of cervical disease
⚫ Risk pregnancy treatment
⚫ sexual education for women
Arabic Mother tongue
English Very Good (Reading), very Good (Speaking and Listening).
Qualifications and Education
Member of the Syrian Board of Medicine in Obstetrics and Gynecology, 2016.
Certificate of Advanced Specialized Training (AFSA), University of Picardy Jules Verne, Amiens, France, 1997.
Master’s Degree in Obstetrics and Gynecology, Damascus University, 1995
Doctor of Medicine Degree, Tishreen University, 1989
About Me
DHA licensed, Syrian board certified and France certified of advanced training, Obstetrics and Gynecology specialist with over 30 years of both clinical and academic experience.
Professional Experience
Full time Gynecologist & Obstetricia at Berlin Hospitals with the following responsibilities:
consultation, pregnancy following up, high risk pregnancy, ovarian cyst, Fibromyalgia treatment, ultrasound (ecography) Doppler ultrasound, Pap smear (Jun 2023-Sep 2023) Dubai
Trained in General Surgery at the Military
Obstetrics/Gynecology Hospital in Lattakia (1989-1990)
* Trained at the University Obstetrics/Gynecology Hospital in Damascus for four years as a postgraduate Obstetrics/Gynecology student (1990-1995)
⚫ specialist of Obstetrics & Gynecology in the following hospitals:
* Military Obstetrics/Gynecology Hospital, Lattakia, Syria (1995-1996, 1999-2000, 2013-2022)
Amiens University Medical Hospital, France (1996-1998)
* Al Emeis Hospital, Jazzan, Saudi Arabia(2000-2001)
* Military Obstetrics/Gynecology Hospital, Tartous, Syria (2001-2013)
Multiple private sector hospitals and private clinic practice in the Latakia Governorate (Al-Razi, Al-Othman, Al-Nada, Al-Soufi, Darraj, Central, and Al-Saida Hospitals) (1995-2022)
Academic Experience
Supervised the work of resident doctors, including surgical operations and lectures during employment at the Military Obstetrics/Gynecology Hospital in Lattakia and Tartous