Dr. Eid completed Pediatric Residency and Pediatric Nephrology Fellowship programs from the United States of America. He is certified from both the American Board of Pediatrics and the American Board of Pediatric Nephrology. At present, he is working in pediatric nephrology department in Dubai Hospital as Division Chief and Consultant Pediatric Nephrologist. He is serving as Adjunct Clinical Associate Professor at Mohamed Bin Rashid University & Dubai Medical College.
Dr. Eid has significant experience in managing acute and chronic kidney diseases in the inpatient and outpatient setting. Specifically, he has initiated all forms of renal replacement therapy in critically ill patients at PICU in the private sector. He is the head of Emirates Pediatric Nephrology Club and the UAE representative at Asian Society of Pediatric Nephrology. He has published articles in well-known International journals. He has participated in several national and international conferences with presentations. He is actively involved in clinical researches nationally and internationally.
We provide a wide range of dialysis treatment for patients with complex health conditions. We combine a team of skilled, experienced specialists and experts with the most advanced technology.
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A paediatric nephrologist deals with the diagnosis, investigation and management of chronic and acute kidney disease, including the provision of dialysis and renal transplantation.