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Dr.Abdulrahman Alotaibi
Consultant, General Surgery, minimally invasive laproscopic and robotic surgery
General Surgery

Dr. Abdulrahman is a Consultant, General Surgery, minimally invasive laproscopic and robotic surgery at Dr. Soliman Fakeeh Hospital. He specializes in :

  • Laparoscopic appendectomy
  • Laparoscopic colorectal surgery
  • Laparoscopic cholecystectomy
  • Surgery for crhon’s and ulcerative colitis
  • Proctology surgery ( fissure, hemorrhoid, stapled PPH, fistula)
  • Hernias surgery ( inguinal , umbilical)
  • Pilonidal sinus surgery
  • Small and large bowel cancers surgery
  • Laparoscopic right and left hemicolectomy
  • Laparoscopic anterior resection , APR
  • TAMIS (transanal MIS surgery)
  • Prolapse surgery (laparoscopic rectopexy or Delormes surgery)
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Years of Experience
 Studies

Dr. Abdulrahman graduated from King Abdulaziz university, holding MBBS in surgery and medicine in 2006. Then, he spent a year as Internship at King Abdulaziz university hospital . He obtained Saudi Board in General surgery, Fellowship in proctology and pelvic floor disorders, Fellowship in Minimally invasive (Robotic & laparoscopic ) colorectal surgery, and Fellowship in oncological colorectal surgery in the period 2007 to 2016.


 Work Experience
Dr. Abdulrahman's career started with the Saudi Board / residency program at King Abdulaziz medical city ( 2007 - 2012 ). After that, he worked as Assistant consultant at surgery department at King Abdulaziz medical city for a year. Moreover, he was a Clinical and research fellow in oncological , MIS colorectal surgery and proctology at Asan Medical center , Song do hospital , anam hospital, South korea ( 2014- 2016 ). Before, his joining to DSFH team, he worked as Consultant colorectal and general surgery at King Abdullah medical city until 2017.  

 Scientific Achievements
  • Member, Asia-pacific endoscopic and laparoscopic surgery ELSA,  2016 
  • Member, Saudi General Surgery Society   SGSS, 2017 
  • Member, Saudi Colorectal Surgery Society SCSS, 2017