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Dr. Osama Y. Attar Bashi


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Gesprochene Sprache: English, Arabic


Dr. Osama is a Consultant Paediatrician with over 40 years of experience in his field. He received his Medical Degree from the University of Baghdad, College of Medicine and completed his residency in Paediatrics. Since then, he has accumulated a wealth of experience as a Paediatrician, first in Iraq as Resident Physician and Paediatrician with some of the country’s top teaching hospitals.

After receiving his Board certification, he practiced Paediatrics in Iraq, then in Jordan as Attendant Physician and Consultant Paediatrician. He began working in the UAE in 1999, practicing in both General Paediatrics as well as Neonatal & Paediatric intensive care.

Dr Osama brings a vast knowledge and expertise gained from enrollment in specialty training courses and clinical programs at some of the world’s most renowned hospitals and institutions, including in the UK and the Hospital for Sick Children in Canada.

For the last 15 years, he worked as Consultant Paediatrician and Department Head at Baraha Hospital in Dubai, where he was responsible for Inpatient care at the Paediatric & Neonatal Intensive Care, and Outpatient care at the hospital’s Paediatric unit.

Dr Osama specialises in General Paediatric problems and infections, Paediatric Respiratory problems and Paediatric GI tract & Urinary Tract problems. He is also focused on preventative healthcare issues and is a US certified International Lactation Consultant, since 2002. He has been heavily involved in Medical education programs and from 2008 to 2014 served as Assistant Clinical Professor of Paediatrics at the University of Sharjah, College of Medicine, and Department of Paediatrics. In this role, he supervised upper year Medical students and integrated their transition into Medical practice in a hospital setting.


  • General Paediatric Problems and Infections
    • Respiratory Problems and Asthma
    • Allergic Rhinitis and other Allergies
    • Constipation and GI Tract Problems in Children
    • Eczema and Skin Allergies
    • Urinary Tract Infections and Bed Wetting
    • Vaccinations
    • Paediatric Nutritional Problems, Picky Eaters, and Food Fads
    • Growth and Development
    • Behavioural Assessment and Problems of Communication
    • Newborn Assessment and Follow-up (Term and Preterm)