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Fadia S. AlBuhairan

Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine

Prof. Fadia S. AlBuhairan

Executive Director of Medical Affairs

Chair of Department in Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine

Consultant in Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine


Specialty: Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine

Years of Experience: 20


Credentials & Certifications:

  • Saudi & Arab Board in Pediatrics 

  • Canadian Fellowship in Adolescent Medicine  

  • Masters in Public Health (Johns Hopkins University)

  • Certificate in Health Finance and Management (Johns Hopkins University)


  • Dr. AlBuhairan Fadia is a Henry Ford International Medical Affiliate and an Adjunct Professor at Alfaisal University

  • Member of the World Health Organization (WHO) Strategic and Technical Advisory Group of Experts (STAGE) for Maternal, Newborn, Child and Adolescent Health and Nutrition (MNCAHN), advising the WHO Director General

  • Member of the National Committee on Maternal, Child, and Adolescent Health, Center for Disease Control (CDC), Saudi Arabia

  • Recipient of multiple awards, including the 2020 Society for Adolescent Health and Medicine Award

  • Vice President, and Founding member and Past President of the Arab Coalition for Adolescent Health and Medicine

  • Previous Vice President of the Saudi Society for Adolescent Health

  • Previously Adjunct Associate Professor at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University (USA)

  • Principle Investigator of the national study (Jeeluna) on Adolescent Health in KSA; this has generated the evidence on the status of adolescents’ health in the country, which has been utilized to inform policy and decision making.

  • Founded the first Adolescent Health Clinic in Saudi Arabia and Arab region

  • Dr. AlBuhairan is regularly invited as a guest speaker and has presented 140 abstracts and talks at national, regional, and international meetings and conferences.

  • Authored, co-authored and edited publications, books and book chapters about children and adolescents.