When you book an appointment with Professor Munjed Al Muderis, our clinic staff will gather all available medical information relevant to your condition and store it in a file with a unique identifier. In certain instances, communication may occur between the referring doctor and us before seeing you in our clinic. All your data is handled confidentially throughout this process.
During your visit, Prof. Munjed will discuss your medical history and carry out any examinations, tests or scans needed for evaluation purposes.
Afterwards, we will offer guidance regarding the most appropriate treatment course for you. It’s customary for us to provide feedback directly via dictation to your local GP and/or other referring doctors while you’re present, to ensure nothing gets lost in translation and you can take the time to ask questions if necessary.
Professor Al Muderis is deeply committed to the principles of education and mentorship in the field of medicine.
In line with this commitment, you may occasionally find registrars, junior doctors, fellows, or other medical professionals present during your appointments.
These individuals are an integral part of our ongoing training and learning process.
Please rest assured that your care and privacy remain paramount, and their involvement is always under his direct supervision.
After your appointment, we will communicate with your GP/ healthcare provider to consider the best approach for your case. Should surgery be needed, the adequate hospital and anaesthetist will be chosen to provide optimum care for you. If surgery is decided as the best course of action, you will be asked to make a second appointment at the clinic for us to address any additional queries and go over the procedure in greater detail. You’ll also have to sign consent forms during this time.
Prior to undergoing surgery, we need to collect information regarding your medical history. To make it easier for you, it may be beneficial to prepare all relevant documentation beforehand; minimising stress and expediting the whole process.
When you come for your appointment please remember to bring the following:
Professor Munjed Al Muderis will ask you a series of questions about your condition as well as your general health, activities and lifestyle. You will need to bring any and all your previous investigations such as x-rays and scans and Professor Al Muderis will review these. He may refer you for further diagnostic tests. Once you return with the test results, Professor Munjed will discuss the diagnosis and the appropriate treatment with you. He will explain the details the specific procedures you might need as well as the risks and alternative treatment options.