A distinguished consultant in Emergency Medicine who specializes in disaster situations, Dr. Badr S. Al-Otaibi has contributed to the field through both Clinical venues and Academic disciplines. He is currently MD, EMHA Chief Medical Officer National Medical Care Company. He has been holding the same position of EMS in Royal Commission Hospital, while leading the National Committee of Disaster Management in 2018.
Having received fellowship training through Harvard University in Medical Simulation and Disaster Medicine in conjunction with an Executive Masters of Health Administration and certification through the Saudi Board of Emergency Medicine, Dr. Alotaibi brings a multifaceted background to the practice of Emergency Medicine.
Just for last 5 years, he participated as a medical Leader in Al-hajj for planning and training the Staff who will work in this mass gathering as a part of Ministry of Health preparedness for Hajj.
His research includes diverse topic from analysis of the Health Assessment of Haitian Children One Year after the 2010 Earthquake in the wake of his medical mission there as well as an Analysis of Disasters by Type and Mortality during the Hajj. His published work in serving as an author and section editor of Ciottone’s text book of Disaster Medicine, 2nd edition, considered to be the comprehensive resource in the field of Disaster Medicine.
Born on January 29, in Tabouk Saudi Arabia, Dr. Alotaibi’s continuous goal as an Emergency physician is to provide the highest standard of Emergency Care to all patients in a Safe, Evidence-based and timely manner.