Dr. Al-Suradi, a highly dedicated and passionate pediatric ophthalmologist, brings a wealth of experience and knowledge to the field of children's eye care. With a Ophthalmology residency completed in Qatar (Well Cornell Medicine), medical school education in Jordan, and two prestigious fellowships, one at Medical university of South Carolina and another at Children's National Medical Center (George Washington University) in Washington DC, Dr. Al-Suradi is well-equipped to provide exceptional eye care to young patients and adult strabismus.
Throughout Dr. Al-Suradi’s extensive educational journey, he has developed a deep understanding of various ocular disorders and treatment modalities specifically tailored for children. His two Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus fellowships allowed him to gain invaluable experience in diagnosing and managing pediatric eye conditions.
The first fellowship at MUSC (Medical University of South Carolina) provided him with advanced training in pediatric ophthalmology and pediatric cataract. While the second fellowship at Children's National Medical Center (George Washington University) in Washington DC, the first Pediatric Ophthalmology program in the whole world allowed him to work alongside renowned experts in the field, gaining invaluable exposure to complex cases and refining their surgical skills.
Continuously staying up-to-date with the latest advancements in pediatric ophthalmology, Dr. Al-Suradi actively engages in research and attends conferences and seminars. Their dedication to ongoing education enhances their ability to offer the most modern and effective treatments available.
Outside of the clinic, Dr. Al-Suradi enjoys spending time with family and friends, exploring new cultures through travel, soccer, kitesurfing and advocating for eye health awareness in the community.
MBBS, Jordan University of Science and Technology - Irbid, 2012
Ministry of Health of Jordan - Amman, QA, 2013
Ophthalmology, Hamad Medical Corporation - Doha-qatar, QA, 2021
Pediatric Ophthalmology, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston, SC, 2022
Pediatric Ophthalmology, Children National Medical Center - Washington, DC, 2023