Our Physicians

Ziad Chanaa, MD
Ziad Amin Chana’a, MD

Education:

  • Internal Medicine Residency Program, Marshall University, Huntington, WV

  • “Diploma in Thoracic Medicine.” Brompton Hospital, University of London, England

  • “Licenciado En Medicina y Cirugia,” Valencia School of Medicine, University of Valencia, Spain

 

Primary Specialty:

  • Internal Medicine

  • Emergency Medicine

 

Professional Experience/Interests:

  • Emergency Medicine, Medical Clinic, Inpatient, BMH

  • Chief of Medical Staff, Trauma Medical Coordinator, Medical Director of Clinic, BMH

  • Internal Medicine Residency, Marshall University

  • Specialist Physician (Registrar)-Dept of General Medicine. Mafraq Hospital , Abu Dhabi, U.A.E.

  • GP (SHO), Departments of General Medicine, Cardiology, Endocrinology, Oncology, Accident & Emergency, General Medicine, Mafraq Hospital, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E.

  • GP (SHO), Department of General Medicine, Department of Chest Diseases and TB, Central Hospital, Abu Dhabi, U.A.E.

  • Medical Officer, Al Khazna Primary Health Care-Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

  • Internal Medicine Residency Program, VA Medical Center, St. Mary’s Hospital (Cabell Huntington Hospital)

 

Teaching:

  • Clinical Assistant Professor of Medicine, West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, July 2006 - present

  • Clinical Assistant Professor, West Virginia University School of Medicine, September 2006 - present

 

Special Skills

  • Excellent clinical sense

  • Data interpretation

  • X-Ray and ECG reading

  • Bedside procedures such as Liver biopsy, B. Marrow biopsy and aspiration, pleural biopsy and tapping, abdominal paracentesis, proctoscopy, lumbar puncture and arterial blood extraction.

 

Published Papers:

  • “Prolonged fever and rigors in disseminated tuberculosis” (Case report).

 

Post-graduate Medical journal (England)  1994, 70:380-383.

  • “Localized tuberculous lympadenopathy associated with myelodysplastic anemia.”

 

(Case report). Southern Medical Journal Jan. 1996, 89:319-320.

  • “Devic’s Neuromyelitis Optica.” (Case report):  The tenth Annual Research Day (March 4, 1997) Marshall University School of Medicine, Huntington, WV.

 

Practice Location at Boone Memorial Hospital:

Emergency Medicine

Internal Medicine