Dr. Khaled Said, MD

Physician

Dr. Khaled Said was a General Practitioner with the Egyptian Compulsory Health Care Service for the underserved in Cairo, Egypt from 1996 to 1998. Here he practiced in rural emergency medicine and was exposed to different patient populations with limited healthcare resources. Upon moving to Chester, Virginia, he worked as a Medical Assistant at Chester Family Medcare from 1999 to 2000. He completed his Family Medicine Residency with the University of Buffalo Residency Program in Buffalo, New York from 2000 to 2003. Since 2004, Dr. Said has been practicing Emergency Medicine full-time with many different institutions nationally and abroad. From 2005 to 2008, Khaled was an Emergency Department Attending, IT Project Manager, and Quality Champion at Skyline Emergency Physicians in Culpeper, Virginia. He facilitated multiple projects including quality and risk management, improving patient flow through the ED and he also created a plan to move to a paperless system. The project was completed in half the planned time allotment and was also recognized as one of the early successful EMR implementations by Virginia Regional Healthcare Organizations. From 2008 to 2012, Dr. Said was the ED Senior Consultant, Assistant Program Director, Assistant Professor and US Instructor with Hamad Medical Corporation in Doha, Qatar. His duties here included managing a team of providers that saw 1500 patients a day, taught procedure skills and critical thinking, developed a First Responder Course, and developed an ED ultrasound course in conjunction with George Washington University. He also led the ED Resuscitation Committee and introduced the EPM approach to resuscitation efforts, through training and support to ED staff. From 2012 to 2016, Dr. Said has been practicing as a locum in hospitals throughout Virginia. He is presently a part of the VEP Healthcare Strike Team and as an Emergency Medicine Clinical Assistant Professor at WVU Medicine. Dr. Said is licensed in Virginia, West Virginia, Doha, Qatar and Dubai, United Arab Emirates. He is certified in PALS, ATLS, ACLS and ALSO. Outside of medicine, Khaled enjoys computers, handheld device integration, software programming, web development, running, swimming and spending time with his wife and their four children.

Dr. Khaled Said, MD

Dr. Khaled Said, MD

Physician

Dr. Khaled Said was a General Practitioner with the Egyptian Compulsory Health Care Service for the underserved in Cairo, Egypt from 1996 to 1998. Here he practiced in rural emergency medicine and was exposed to different patient populations with limited healthcare resources. Upon moving to Chester, Virginia, he worked as a Medical Assistant at Chester Family Medcare from 1999 to 2000. He completed his Family Medicine Residency with the University of Buffalo Residency Program in Buffalo, New York from 2000 to 2003. Since 2004, Dr. Said has been practicing Emergency Medicine full-time with many different institutions nationally and abroad. From 2005 to 2008, Khaled was an Emergency Department Attending, IT Project Manager, and Quality Champion at Skyline Emergency Physicians in Culpeper, Virginia. He facilitated multiple projects including quality and risk management, improving patient flow through the ED and he also created a plan to move to a paperless system. The project was completed in half the planned time allotment and was also recognized as one of the early successful EMR implementations by Virginia Regional Healthcare Organizations. From 2008 to 2012, Dr. Said was the ED Senior Consultant, Assistant Program Director, Assistant Professor and US Instructor with Hamad Medical Corporation in Doha, Qatar. His duties here included managing a team of providers that saw 1500 patients a day, taught procedure skills and critical thinking, developed a First Responder Course, and developed an ED ultrasound course in conjunction with George Washington University. He also led the ED Resuscitation Committee and introduced the EPM approach to resuscitation efforts, through training and support to ED staff. From 2012 to 2016, Dr. Said has been practicing as a locum in hospitals throughout Virginia. He is presently a part of the VEP Healthcare Strike Team and as an Emergency Medicine Clinical Assistant Professor at WVU Medicine. Dr. Said is licensed in Virginia, West Virginia, Doha, Qatar and Dubai, United Arab Emirates. He is certified in PALS, ATLS, ACLS and ALSO. Outside of medicine, Khaled enjoys computers, handheld device integration, software programming, web development, running, swimming and spending time with his wife and their four children.