Sami Shoucair, MD, MPH

Sami Shoucair, MD, MPH

My Why

As a surgeon deeply passionate about education, I’m dedicated to helping you build a strong foundation for becoming part of the healthcare field. I believe teaching isn’t just a natural talent but a conscious choice fueled by hard work and dedication. In my role as a surgeon and educator, I’m committed to transforming how we teach, moving away from traditional methods to more intuitive, inquisitive, and innovative approaches. By fostering empathy, kindness, and a positive environment, I aim to help you become strong providers ready to meet the challenges of modern education and healthcare. I understand that each one of you is unique, and I support using diverse teaching methods to cater to your individual learning styles. My goal is to ensure you gain a comprehensive understanding of medical concepts and critical decision-making skills throughout your training. Teaching isn’t just about sharing knowledge; it’s about creating an environment where continuous improvement and excellence are the norms. As a surgeon, I see firsthand the importance of providing the best care to patients. By striving to be the best in our field, we can ensure fairness and quality in healthcare delivery. Creating a safe, smart, and scientific environment is crucial, but we must always strive to keep improving. I believe that the only way to get better is to become teachers for ourselves and others. By embracing the transformative power of education, I aim to leave a lasting impact on you and your future communities, combining surgical excellence with educational innovation.

Dr. Sami Shoucair is a board-certified general surgeon and faculty member as Trauma/Acute Care and Emergency Surgery in Maryland. Dr. Shoucair received his Medical Doctorate from the University of Balamand in Beirut, Lebanon, graduating with distinction. He completed his General Surgery Residency at MedStar Health Baltimore. Dr. Shoucair holds a Master’s degree in Personalized Medicine and Individualized Genomics from Johns Hopkins Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and completed a Postdoctoral Research Fellowship in Surgical Oncology at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine. Additionally, he earned a Master of Public Health (MPH) from the Milken Institute of Public Health at George Washington University in Washington, D.C.

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