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إسم الطبيب: خالد السلايمة
تخصص فرعي: أمراض القلب - اطفال
المحافظة: عمان
الهاتف: 00962-6-4644377
الفاكس: 00962-6-4659700
الموبايل: 00962-77-7336665
رقم المنزل:
الموقع الإلكتروني:
العنوان: شارع الخالدي - بلازا الخالدي
الرمز البريدي: 1183
الصندوق البريدي: 5321
 

الجهات المعتمدة :

 

يتعامل مع شركات التأمين الطبي


التفاصيل:


الدكتور خالد جمال السلايمة

 

استشاري أمراض القلب - اطفال

 

اقرأ السيرة الذاتية للدكتور:

Curriculum Vitae

Personal Data:
Name: Khaled Jamal Salaymeh
Sex: Male
Place and date of birth: Kuwait, August 4, 1968
Nationality: Jordanian
Marital Status: Married to Rania Talal Al-Ja'bari
Children: Daughter, Hanna, born 6/23/98
Son, Jamal, born 1/27/2000
Daughter, Joud, born 5/20/2001
Son, Othman, born 7/1/2008
Address: P.O. 5321, Zahran, code 11183
Amman, Jordan
Phone Number: (00962) 777 336665
E-mail: kal_salaymeh@hotmail.com


Education:
High School: 1982 - 1986: Al-Ekhlass High School.
Kuwait City, Kuwait
Medical School: 1986 -1992: Jordan University of Science and Technology
Faculty of Medicine
Irbid, Jordan

Degrees:
June 1986: High School
June 1992: M.B.B.S
October 1997: American Board Certification-Pediatrics
August 2000: American Board Certification-Pediatric cardiology

Training and Experience:
July 1992 - June 1993: Rotating internship, Al-Bashir Teaching Hospital
Amman, Jordan
June 1993 - November 1993: General Practitioner and Emergency House Officer
Shmaisani Private Hospital
Amman - Jordan

February 1994: Pediatric Cardiology Externship
University of Nebraska Medical Center
Omaha, Nebraska

July 1994 - June 1995: PL1, Joint Pediatric Residency Program
University of Nebraska Medical Center - Creighton University
Omaha, Nebraska
July 1995 - June 1996 PL2, Joint Pediatric Residency Program
University of Nebraska Medical Center - Creighton University
Omaha, Nebraska
September 1995: Pediatric Cardiology Elective
University of Michigan, Ann Arbor
July 1996 - June 1997: PL3, Joint Pediatric Residency Program
University of Nebraska Medical Center - Creighton
University
Omaha, Nebraska
July 1996 - July 1997 University of Nebraska Medical Center - Creighton University Joint Pediatrics Residency Program
Co Chief Resident
Omaha, Nebraska
July 1997 - June 1998 PL4, Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship
Division of Cardiology
Cincinnati Children's Hospital.
Cincinnati, Ohio
July 1998 - June 1999 PL5, Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship
Division of Cardiology
Cincinnati Children's Hospital
Cincinnati, Ohio
July 1999 - June 2000 PL6, Pediatric Cardiology Fellowship
Division of Cardiology
Cincinnati Children's Hospital
Cincinnati, Ohio

Previous Position:
Aug 26th 2000-March Consultant pediatric cardiologist
1st 2004 Islamic Hospital Amman-Jordan

Current Position:
March 1st 2004-Current Consultant pediatric cardiologist
Al-Khalidi Medical Plaza Amman-Jordan
March 1st 2004-Current Consultant pediatric cardiologist
King Hussein Cancer Center (Part time) Amman-Jordan

Exams:

September 14, 1993: E.C.F.M.G. Certificate # 0-481-962-9
December 7-9, 1993: F.L.E.X. Parts I & II
October 7-8, 1997: American Pediatric board licensure Exam (Passed)
August 7th 2000: American Pediatric Cardiology Board Exam (Passed)
Licensure:
August 1993: Ministry of Health. Amman, Jordan
September 1997: Nebraska Permanent Medical License
November 1998: Ohio Permanent Medical License

Honors and Awards:
1978 - 1986: Top of Class, Al-Ekhlass High School, 7 consecutive years
June 1986: Rank 62nd among 18,500 High School Students
1986 - 1987: Certificate of Honor for Academic Excellence
Faculty of Medicine - Jordan University of Science and Technonolgy

Societies:
July 1993: Jordan Medical Association
February 2002: Jordan Pediatric society
March 2005: Jordan Cardiac Society
July 2004-2006: Vice president, Jordanian society of American Medical Graduates
August 1994: American Academy of Pediatrics
July 1997: American College of Cardiology

Scientific Boards:
- Member of the editorial board for "Pediatric Cardiology" Journal


Research and Interests:

Publications:
1) Khaled J. Salaymeh, Anirban Banerjee. Evaluation of arterial stiffness in children with Williams syndrome: Does it play a role in evolving hypertension? Am Heart J 2001;142:549-55.
2) Khaled J. Salaymeh, Thomas R. Kimball, Peter B. Manning. Anomalous Pulmonary Artery from Aorta via a PDA: Repair in a premature infant. Ann Thorac Surg 2000;69:1259-61.
3) Khaled J. Salaymeh, Roozbeh Taeed, Erik C. Michelfelder, Robert H. Beekman III, David Shim, Thomas R Kimball. The Unique Echocardiographic Features associated with Deployment Of The Amplatzer ASD Device. J Am Soc Echocardiogr 2001;14:128-37.
4) David A. Danford, Khaled J. Salaymeh, Ameeta B. Martin, Scott E. Fletcher, Carl H. Gumbiner. Pulmonary stenosis: Defect-specific diagnostic accuracy of heart murmurs in children. J Pediatr 1999;134:76-81
5) Taeed R, Shim D, Kimball TR, Michelfelder EC, Salaymeh KJ, Koons LM, Beekman RH. One-year follow-up of the Amplatzer device to close atrial septal defects. Am J Cardiol 2001 Jan 1 87:1 116-8, A9
6) Timothy F. Feltes, Allison K. Cabalka, H. Cody Meissner, Franco M. Piazza, David A. Carlin, Franklin H. Top, Jr, Edward M. Connor, Henry M. Sondheimer and for the Cardiac Synagis Study Group. Palivizumab prophylaxis reduces hospitalization due to respiratory syncytial virus in young children with hemodynamically significant congenital heart disease. The Journal of Pediatrics, Vol 143, Issue 4, 532-540, Oct. 2003

Lectures:
1) Pediatric Echocardiography into the 21st Century, University of Jordan, Department of Pediatrics, March 3 1999
2) Cyanotic Congenital Heart Disease, University of Jordan, Department of Pediatrics, March 8 1999
3) Pediatric Echocardiography into the 21st Century, Islamic Hospital & Jordan Hospital, March 14 1999
4) Update on Kawasaki disease, Jordan Pediatric Society, May 21th 2002
5) Pediatric cardiac emergencies, University of Jordan, department of pediatrics day, July 10th 2003
6) Outcome of patients with single ventricle, Adults with Congenital Heart Disease Symposium, Jeddah-Saudi Arabia, Oct. 22nd 2003
7) Managing single ventricle patients, Pan-Arab congenital heart disease association meeting, Alexandria-Egypt, February 2004
8) Catheter Closure of Cardiac Defects in Children, Baghazi Cardiac Meeting, Banghazi-Libya. May 2005
9) New trends in Pediatric cardiology, 3rd Libyan cardiac society meeting, Al-baida, Libya. March 2007
10) Recent advances in interventional treatment of congenital and structural heart disease, 6th Libyan cardiac society meeting, Benghazi, Libya, March 2010


Abstracts:
1) Salaymeh KJ, Banerjee A. Role of Arterial Stiffness in Hypertension in Children with Williams Syndrome. Presented to the 10th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Echocardiography, Washington, DC, June 1999.
2) Salaymeh KJ, Taeed R, Michelfelder EC, Beekman RH III, Shim D, Kimball TR. The Importance of Echocardiography During and After Atrial Septal Defect Closure with the Amplatzer Device. Presented to the 10th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Echocardiography, Washington, DC, June 1999.
3) Khaled J. Salaymeh, Sandra A Witt, Betty J. Glascock, Erik C. Michelfelder, Thomas R Kimball. Aortic stiffness as a mechanism for post-operative neoaortic regurgitation after arterial switch operation. Presented to the 11th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Echocardiography, Chicago, IL, June 2000.
4) Taeed R, Shim D, Salaymeh KJ, Kimball TR, Michelfelder EC, Koons LM, Beekman RH. Atrial Septal Defect Closure with the Amplatzer Device: the Cincinnati Children's Hospital Experience. Presented to the 22nd annual Meeting of the Society for Cardiac Angiography and Interventions. Monterrey, California, May, 1999. (Presented by Dr. Taeed).

References:
ROBERT H. BEEKMAN III, M.D
Professor of pediatrics
Chief, Pediatric Cardiology
Cincinnati Children's Hospital
Division of Cardiology
3333 Burnet Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45229-3039

THOMAS R. KIMBALL, M.D.
Associate professor of pediatrics
Director, Noninvasive cardiovascular imaging laboratory
Cincinnati Children's Hospital
Division of Cardiology
3333 Burnet Avenue
Cincinnati, Ohio 45229-3039

JOHN D. KUGLER, M.D
Professor of Pediatrics
Chief, Pediatric Cardiology
Univ. of Nebraska Medical Center
Section of Pediatric Cardiology
600 S. 42nd St.
Omaha, NE 68198 - 2166

JOHN WALBURN, M.D
Director, Joint Pediatric Residency Program
Department of Pediatrics
University of Nebraska Medical Center
600 S. 42nd St.
Omaha, NE 68198 - 2185

HASSAN ABDUL MAJID, M.D, M.R.C.P, F.R.C.P (Retired)
Professor and chairman, department of pediatrics, University of Jordan
Professor and Chairman, Department of Pediatrics, Kuwait University Formerly
Professor and Chairman, Department of Pediatrics, J.U.S.T Formerly
Amman - Jordan