About SAPA

WHAT IS SAPA

Sudanese American Physicians Association is a not-for-profit, scientific professional, non-partisan, and humanitarian membership-based organization (under incorporation) for all Sudanese physicians in the United States of America. Formal members have significant input in the governance and operations of the organization by electing all board of directors and executive committee associates. They are encouraged and expected to play an active role in the design and impregnation of the organization’s programs. Elected board and executive committee associates need to be able to leave their personal and professional agendas behind and make decisions only for the best of the entire organization.

Sudanese American Physicians Association

WHY SAPA

Although SAPA was established with many goals in mind, it recognizes the current situation in Sudan. SAPA is committed to devote all its effort and resources to support the Sudanese people during this critical chapter of their history. We strongly support the Sudanese people’s peaceful movement for democracy and social justice. SAPA strongly supports and collaborates with the legitimate Sudanese Doctors Union in Sudan.

WHY SAPA

Although SAPA was established with many goals in mind, it recognizes the current situation in Sudan. SAPA is committed to devote all its effort and resources to support the Sudanese people during this critical chapter of their history. We strongly supports the Sudanese people’s peaceful movement for democracy and social justice. SAPA strongly supports and collaborates with the legitimate Sudanese Doctors Union in Sudan.

GOALS

Provides a platform for all Sudanese physicians in the United States of America to share common professional interests.

SAPA Platform
SAPA Support

Guides and support Sudanese physicians in the United States of America.

To inspire and promote advances in healthcare, medical practice, clinical and basic sciences education, and research.

SAPA healthcare

Preparatory Committee

Elmoutaz Mousa, MD

Elmoutaz Mousa, MD

Nephrology
Lubbock, Texas

Rashid Abdalrahman Hassan Ali, MD.

Rashid Abdalrahman Hassan Ali, MD.

Internal Medicine
Marshfield, WI

Shaza Elmahdi

Shaza Elmahdi, MD, MPH

Global Health
Washington DC

Salwa Elshowaia

Salwa Elshowaia, MD

Pathologist
Richmond, VA

Mohamed Mustafa Elsunni, MD. MS.

Mohamed Mustafa Elsunni, MD. MS.

Hospital Medicine
Michigan

Mohamed-Yahya-Elsaid

Mohamed Yahia Elsaid, MD

Assistant Professor of Clinical Child Health Pediatric Hematology Oncology
Springfield, MO

Mohamed-Eisa-Ahmed

Mohamed Eisa Ahmed, MD

Internal Medicine
Cleveland, Ohio

Khalid-Dousa

Khalid M. Dousa, MD

Infectious Disease
Cleveland, Ohio

Houssam Galal-Eldin Osman MD

Houssam Galal-Eldin Osman MD

Hepatopancreatobiliary & Foregut Surgery
Dallas, TX

Nagi Ahmed, MD

Pediatrics-Neonatologist
Dallas, TX

Osama M Eltayeb, MD

Osama M Eltayeb, MD

Pediatric Heart Surgery
Chicago, IL

Yasir Yousif Elamin, MD

Yasir Yousif Elamin, MD

Assistant Professor of Medical Oncology
Houston, Texas

Abdelrahim M Gaffar Ali

Abdelrahim M Gaffar Ali, MD, PG DPH, SBCM, CMHSE, MHPE

Director, Leadership Development
VA

Enas Azhari K. Mohamed

Enas Azhari K. Mohamed, MD, MPH

Public Health
Florida

Ahmed Abdalrhim, MD

Ahmed Abdalrhim, MD

Nephrologist
Rochester MI

Abdelaziz Ali Elsanjak

Abdelaziz Ali Elsanjak, Valley Nephrology Associate

Nephrologist
Roanoke,VA

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