The Outpatient Clinics

(A) General Outpatient Clinics

Atlal Al-Lafi (Chairman)

Qasem Alsaleh (consultant)

Arti Nanda (Consultant)

Hesham Hanafi (Consultant)

Eman El-Masry (Consultant)

Raafat M. H. Harbi (Consultant)

Dalal Al-Mutairi (Senior Specialist)

Humoud Al-Sabah (Labs Chairman)

Ghadaer Al-Alawi (Senior Specialist)

Sara Al-Misallam (Specialist)

Zainab Akbar (Specialist)

Athari Al-Enezy (Senior Registrar)

Fay Al-Sheib (Senior Registrar)

Fawaz Alenezi (Senior Registrar)

Ahmed Alhajji (Senior Registrar)

Abdulaziz Al-Qatami (Senior Registrar)

Abeer Al-Haifi (Registrar)

Ahmed Fekri (Registrar)

Amr Abdel-Salam(Registrar)

Rana El-Noon (Registrar)

Abdalla El-Arini (Registrar)

Mai Abdel-Nabi (Registrar)

Jihan Rajy (Registrar)

Wageeh Waheeb (Registrar)

Ali Jamil (Registrar)

Riham Khamis (Registrar)

Salma (Registrar)

Jasmin (Registrar)

(Note: Some of above mentioned doctors have assignments in specialty clinics or specialty units on certain days besides working in outpatient clinics)

(B)Specialty Clinics

1- Pediatric Dermatology Clinics
Arti Nanda (Consultant)

Rana El-Noon (Registrar)

Abdalla El-Arini (Registrar)


2- Bullous Diseases Clinic
Arti Nanda (Consultant)

Eman El-Masri (Consultant)

Jihan Raji (Registrar)


3- Contact Dermatitis and Patch Testing Clinic

Atlal Lafi  (Chairman)

Jihan Ragi (Registrar)


4- Psoriasis Clinic

Hesham Hanafi  (Consultant)

Eman El-Masry (Consultant)

Sara Al-Misallam (Senior Registrar)


5- Alopecia Areata Clinic

Raafat M. H. Harbi (Consultant)

Ghadaer Al-Alawi (Senior Specialist)


6- Hair Disorders Clinic

Ibrahim Al-Aradi (Consultabnt)

Assistant Registrars  Al-Hanouf Al-Kandari, Fatma Abdulla, Shaima Al-Khlaifi, Halima Al-Failekawi


Outpatients waiting hall

(outpatient clinics waiting area)

The outpatient clinics contain:

(a) General outpatient clinics. These include 21 clinics running on daily basis.

According to the norms of outpatient clinics in dermatology set by the Dermatology Council in Kuwait, a "unit" is formed of 3 registrars and one senior dermatologist. Each registrar examines and treats 30-40 patients daily. The senior dermatologist is responsible for consultations from the registrars in his units besides examining and treating 15-20 cases daily. 

These patients are seen on referral basis at prefixed appointments. Emergency cases are accepted at any time from anywhere even without referral.

(b) Specialty clinics. These work once, twice or three times per week. These clinics include: a) the pediatric clinic run by 1 consultant and 2 senior registrars and  b) the bullous diseases clinic (including pemphigus clinic) run by 2 consultants and 1 registrar and  c) contact dermatitis and patch testing clinic run by a chairman of the department and a registrar  d) psoriasis clinic which deals mainly with difficult to treat problem cases of psoriasis and is run by two consultants and 2 Senior Registrars e) alopecia areata clinic run by 1 consultant and 1 senior specialist that takes care of problem cases of alopecia areata and carries out treatment with different modalities including topical immune sensitizers like Diphencyproproperone, g) hair disorders clinic is run currently by one consultant and deals with different hair disorders including: Androgenic Alopecia in males and females, Hirsutism (non-endocrine in origin), Primary Hair Disorders, Alopecia Areata patients who failed in the standard therapy, and Acute and Chronic Telogen Effluvium.

A computer network is available in the center that provides electronic patients registration  at the Reception Section, and also electronic patients filing system that connects the outpatient clinics and several subspecialty units besides the pharmacy and the lab.