Dr Muna Almusleh
Dr Muna graduated from the University of Manchester in the United kingdom and after that completed her training in both Qatar and Canada. Dr. Muna is board certified in both emergency and family medicine. She did her training in family medicine at HMC and then did her training in emergency medicine, at McGill University, Canada. She also has two fellowships, one in point of care ultrasound and the second one in medical simulation.
During The COVID pandemic, Dr Al-Musleh introduced and lead a simulation based, hospital wide training at a McGill affiliated hospital. This training targeted both doctors and nurses. The training was on Adult Cardiac Arrest Algorithm ( and pre-arrest) for Patients with Suspected or Confirmed COVID-19.
In 2021, after completion of her training, she joined Hamad General Hospital as a Consultant in the Department of emergency medicine and she also joined Itqan simulation centre helping to introduce simulation to different departments across the HMC.
Dr Al-Musleh worked with the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy on the preparation for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022. Her main role was to train the medical staff involved in the event on topics like: major incident response, player care on the field and dealing with intoxicated individuals. Dr. Al-Musleh also worked as a venue medical manager covering both big and small sport events. During the FWC22 she was assigned as the venue medical manager for Albayt stadium - where the opening ceremony was held. She was also the venue manger for all the non-competition sites during the Arab cup.