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About Mehiar El Hamdani, MD

Dr. Mehiar El-Hamdani, associate professor of medicine, is a native of Tripoli, Libya, where he completed medical school at Tripoli University in 1989 with an M.B.B.Ch. degree. He completed four years of training in obstetrics and gynecology in Tripoli, after which he moved to the United States and completed internal medicine training at Marshall University in 1999.
Dr. El Hamdani joined the department of Internal Medicine as a faculty member until December 2003, when he began training in cardiovascular medicine and interventional cardiology at Marshall. During his tenure in the Department of Internal Medicine, he was chair of the Curriculum Committee, member of the Residents’ Evaluation Committee and served as a clerkship director. During that time he also attained multiple teaching awards. Dr. El-Hamdani received the certificate of Master Educator from the Academy of Medical Educators Program at Marshall University.
After completing his cardiovascular and interventional cardiology training he joined the department of Cardiovascular Medicine, where he was appointed associate program director of internal medicine in August 2008, and later the program director in September 2011.


Present Associate Professor, Cardiology, Joan C. Edwards School of Medicine, Marshall University

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Contact Information

Phone: 304-691-8541

Appointments: 304-691-8500


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