Dr. Ibrahim is an Associate Professor of Medicine at the Northeast Ohio University College of Medicine. He joined the International Medical Center (IMC) as the Chairman of the Medicine Department in September 2005. He is the current Chief Medical Officer at IMC.
Dr. Ibrahim graduated from Cairo University in 1988, and then pursued training in Internal Medicine at Nassau County Medical Center in Long Island, New York. Dr. Ibrahim moved to the Albert Einstein College of Medicine, University Hospital in Bronx, New York. He then went on to be a valuable addition to the Pulmonary Medicine Fellowship Program at Mount Sinai University Hospital, New York. He soon after, joined the Albert Einstein College of Medicine Fellowship Program in Critical Care Medicine, Bronx, New York.
Dr. Ibrahim practiced Pulmonary Medicine at Ohio University affiliated hospital in Akron, Ohio from 1998 to 2005. From 2002 to 2004, he served as Chief of Medical Staff at Regency Hospital, Barberton, Ohio. Subsequently from 2003 till 2005, Dr. Ibrahim served as Chief of the Pulmonary Service, Director of Intensive Care Unit, and as Head of the Critical Care Committee at Doctors’ Hospital, Massillon, Ohio.
Dr. Islam contributed to medical education by teaching doctors & medical students and was given the ‘Outstanding Specialty Physician Award’ from the Ohio University College of Medicine. He continually strives to educate medical professionals as a commitment to excellence in education and research.
Dr. Ibrahim is a devoted husband and father who has four children. His children are fifteen, eleven, nine and one year old baby.