Lebanese doctor Adham Rammal has been appointed Head of the Department of Robotic Surgery at Centre Hospitalier Régional d’Orléans (CHR d’Orléans) in Orléans, north-central France, the National News Agency (NNA) reported.
Dr. Rammal has also been appointed director of CHR d’Orléans’s medical committee in charge of robotic surgery.
Additionally, he was awarded a proctorship certificate that enables him to lecture doctors and surgeons in France, Europe, and the rest of the world on how to perform robotic surgery, according to the NNA.
Prior to his new position, Dr. Rammal, 50, who hails from the village of Doueir, near Nabatieh, South Lebanon, was appointed head of the Urology Department in the same hospital, in 2019.
The urologist has also been the head and one of the founders of the robotic surgery project that was launched in CHR d’Orléans in 2013.
The project has helped significantly improve the accuracy, speed, and efficiency of surgical procedures in the hospital.
Using his extensive medical experience, Dr. Adham Rammal has successfully performed numerous delicate robotic surgeries.
The effectiveness of the technology has brought patients from around the world to the hospital’s robotic surgery department.
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