Dr. Khalid Al Resini


Title: Consultant

Hospital / City:

Email: [email protected]

Mobile:

Objectives:

To demonstrate my surgical proficiency and ensure the best possible pre and post-surgical care to the patients

 

Education:

1986 -1991 Medical school, king Abdulaziz university, college of medicine ,Jeddah, Saudi Arabia

1991- 1992 Internship, king Abdulaziz hospital, Jeddah

1993-1998 Surgical residency ,king Fahad national guard hospital, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

2001- 2003 Colorectal surgery fellowship ,McMaster university, Hamilton ON Canada

 

Certificates:

1997 Fellowship of royal college of surgeons Ireland FRCSI

1998 Fellowship of royal college of surgeons Edinburgh FRCSEd

1998 Arab Board of surgery

1998 Saudi Board of surgery

2003 Fellowship in colorectal surgery, McMaster Hamilton, Ontario ,Canada

2013 Master of medical education, King Saud bin Abdulaziz University for Health Sciences

2013 Fellowship of American College of Surgeons ,United states of America

2013 Diploma in Laparoscopic Surgery, University of Strasbourg , France

 

Experience

  • 1998-2000 Assistant consultant , King Fahad national guard hospital, Riyadh, Saudia
  • 2001-2002 Fellow of Colorectal surgery , McMaster university, Hamilton, ON, Canada
  • 2003-2014 Consultant colorectal /general surgeon, King Khalid National guard hospital, Jeddah
  • 2006-2014 Operating room director were my job includes:

⚬  Promoting the mission, vision, and values of the organization.

⚬  Overseeing management of perioperative services operationally and fiscally.

⚬  Verifying that perioperative personnel provide safe and effective patient-centered care in perioperative services.

⚬  Assisting in evaluating practice and creating strategies for further improvement.

⚬  Coordinating, facilitating, and managing change within perioperative services and the health care institution stakeholders.

⚬  Collecting and analyzing data related to quality or performance improvement projects that apply to perioperative services.

⚬  Facilitating as a member of a multidisciplinary team in planning perioperative patient care.

⚬ Evaluating perioperative personnel performance.

⚬  Assisting in verifying that appropriate personnel, equipment, and supplies are available.

⚬  Verifying departmental compliance with organizational policies and procedures and regulatory and accreditation standards.

⚬  Acting as a patient advocate and maintains privacy and confidentiality of all appropriate information 2003-2012 Deputy of surgical residency program director 2003-2014 Examiner in Saudi board of surgery 2003-2006 Examiner in Um Al-Qura University medical school 2003-2014 member of different hospital committees 

⚬  Theater user committee

⚬  Sedation committee

⚬  Oncology morbidity and mortality committee

⚬  Surgical quality improvement committee

⚬  Medical practice review committee

⚬  Safety committee

⚬  GI surgery tumor board director

  • 2008-2014 Chair of Examination committee of Saudi fellowship of Colorectal surgery were my job was

⚬  Organizing the exam date, venue, examiners (which includes external examiners)

⚬  Preparing exam cases

⚬  Producing exam results

  • 2014 Surgeon Champion for the American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program (ACS NSQIP)

⚬  I have been an integral member to introduce the ACS National Surgical Quality Initiative program at King Khalid National guard hospital, Jeddah, participating in this landmark Quality initiative for improving surgical outcomes

  • 2012-Current Section Head of general surgery, King Khalid National guard hospital, Jeddah. I have handled a number of administrative tasks during this period including departmental organization tasks,  policy making, participate in numerous organizational improvement projects, accreditation preparation teams, Skills Instructor in Basic Elemental Surgical Technique (BEST):
  •  2008 28 Feb – 1 March 13-14 May - 2009 19-20 December
  • 2010 9-10 March - 11-12 May - 2-3 November - 7-8 December -19-20 December2011 18-19 January
  • 2012 11-12 December
  • 2013 30-31 October - 27-28 November
  • 2014 1-2 April - 6-7 May - 14-15 October - 18-19 November - 30-31 December 
  • 2015 1—11 February - 20-21 October
  • Instructor in Minor and Advanced Surgical Skills (MASS)
  • 2010 5 May - 29 December
  • 2012 21 November 
  • 2013 6 February
  • 20 February - 3 April
  • 2014 16 April
  • 22 October
  • 14 November
  • 2015 18 February - 5 October
  • Instructor in Disaster Management and Emergency Preparedness (DMEP)
  • 2012 27 May - 14 July - 20 November
  • 2013 9 February - 17 April - 12 September 2 December - 24 December
  • 2014 13 May - 17 November - 2015 16 February
  • 10 March 11 May - 19 October
  • Instructor in Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS)
  • 2007 27-29 November
  • 2008 10 November.
  • 2009 7-9 November  - 10-12 November
  • 2010 13-15 February - 16-18 February - 24-25 March - 11 April - 26 May - 6 July - 26-28 October - 24 November - 14-16 December
  • 2011 8-9 January - 16 February 
  • 2012 24 March - 30 May
  • 2014 15-16 February - 3-5 November
  • Instructor in Advanced Trauma Operative Management course (ATOM)
  • 2010 26 May - 6 July24 November
  • 2011 16 February
  • 2012 24 March
  • Instructor in Trauma Evaluation and Management course (TEAM)
  • 2010 21 September
  • 2013 6 November
  • Instructor in Hernia repair course
  • 2015 19 February - 14 October

 

Society Memberships

⚬  Saudi commission for health specialties(professional registration ID # 00-R-M-3486)

⚬  American society of colorectal surgeons (ASCRS)

⚬  Royal college of surgeons Ireland (RCSI)

⚬  Royal college of surgeons Edinburgh (RCSEd)

⚬  Member of European society of coloproctology

⚬  International Society of University Colon and Rectal Surgeons.

⚬  American College of Surgeons

 

Awards

⚬  Tutor of the year in general surgery at King Khalid National guard hospital, Jeddah

⚬  Dubai government award in establishing Advanced Trauma Operative Management

course.