Dr. Fuad Alnaji received his medical degree from Arabian Gulf University, Bahrain before beginning his pediatric residency at the National Guard hospital in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. He then moved to Canada and finished his pediatric residency at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario (CHEO), where he also completed subspecialty training in pediatric critical care medicine and pediatric emergency medicine in 2012. Dr. Alnaji works at CHEO’s pediatric critical care unit as well as the emergency department. He also works with Ornge transport as a pediatric transport
Dr. Alnaji is involved in a variety of research projects that cover several clinical and educational domains. His main research area is pre-hospital medicine including health care access, telemedicine use in critical care, pre-hospital resuscitation and critical care transport.
Paediatric health care access in community health centres is associated with survival for critically ill children who undergo inter-facility transport: A province-wide observational study
We found that in Ontario, children undergoing inter-facility transport to PICUs are increasing in number, consume significant acute care resources, and have a high PICU mortality.