Mohammed Arafat Ibdah
Clinical Relationship Manager - Abu Dhabi
Mohammed joined ProVita in June 2012 as a registered nurse. He began in the role of patient case coordinator with the Admissions Department in January 2014. Mohammed earned his BSN, RN in 2007 from Applied Science University in Amman, Jordan. He has 5 years nursing experience from his time as an ICU charge nurse at Arab Medical Center in Amman as well as his time at ProVita Abu Dhabi. Mohammed also has 3 years experience working as a medical equipment and pharmaceutical sales representative for companies including AstraZeneca and 3M.
Business Development Consultant
Katherine began at ProVita in June 2013 in the role of admissions manager and as of May 2015 is acting business development consultant. Katherine oversees all functions related to patient admissions operations for ProVita Abu Dhabi & Al Ain and manages relations with international and local referral sources. She graduated magna cum laude from Northeastern University in Boston, Massachusetts with a BS in Health Sciences pre-medical concentration. She received several academic honors scholarships including the Presidential Global Scholars Award. Katherine has 3 years of clinical and volunteer experience in the local Boston community at organizations including Harvard Medical School Affiliate Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary and Massachusetts Department of Public Health as well as in the international community at the Red Cross Children’s Hospital in Cape Town, South Africa, the Good Samaritan Hospital in La Romana, Dominican Republic and throughout several clinics and non-profit organizations in the U.S. and Eastern Africa.
Heba El Hangouri
Clinical Relationship Manager - Al Ain
Heba earned her BSN, RN in 2012 from the University of Southern Queensland. She has a strong clinical background with 8 years nursing experience from her time as an ICU nurse at Al Ain Hospital and during her time at ProVita Al Ain, as well as earning her PALS training instructor certificate. Heba was born and raised in Al Ain, which allows for her to have extensive knowledge and insight of the local culture and the local medical care available in the area.