Biography

Dr. Ahmed Kadhim is originally from Iraq and was awarded his Medical Degree from Baghdad University, College of Medicine. Dr. Kadhim’s interest in internal medicine developed early while in his senior years of medical school; dealing with challenging and difficult cases through analytical thinking and critical problem solving motivated him to pursue his desire to become an internist. He moved to the United States and joined the Internal Medicine Residency Program at Wayne State University-Detroit Medical Center. Dr. Kadhim brings a background of working with patients from different cultures and exposure to patients with complex medical problems. He found his passion for serving these patients’ populations at UTSW Medical Center. Dr. Kadhim interests outside medicine include travel and sports.

Education

Medical School
Baghdad University (2004)
Residency
Wayne State University School of Medicine (2016), Internal Medicine

Research Interest

  • Clinical Research & Evidence-based Medicine
  • Quality Improvement Projects

Professional Associations/Affiliations

  • American Medical Association (2016)
  • Society of Hospital Medicine (2016)
  • American College of Physicians (2013)