Dr. Tariq Aamir

Consultant Gastroenterologist

Specialty: Gastroenterology

Practice Locations: Bareen International Hospital, Abu Dhabi

Dr. Tariq Aamir received his MBBS at the Faculty of Medicine, Khartoum University in 1981. He holds a post-graduate qualification in the United Kingdom and is a member of the Royal College of Physicians since 1992. 

He started his clinical practise in 1981 as a House Officer, then as Senior House Officer, then as Medical Officer for almost a decade in Sudan and in Saudi Arabia. In 1991, he moved to the United Kingdom and became a Senior House Officer at Merseyside Regional Health Authority under the Registrar Training Scheme. In 1998, he became a Consultant Physician in General Medicine with special interest in Gastroenterology at the University Hospitals Aintree, Liverpool, United Kingdom. After a year, Dr. Tariq became the Consultant Physician and Gastroenterologist and Head of Department of Internal Medicine at Khartoum Teaching Hospital, Sudan. In 2013, he moved to the UAE and became a Consultant Gastroenterologist of 3 large private hospitals in Abu Dhabi.

Dr. Tariq’s areas of expertise include upper and lower gastro-intestinal endoscopy, diagnostic and therapeutic PEG and PEJ tube placement, variceal banding, esophageal dilatation and stenting, polypectomy, colonic stenting, pediatric endoscopy, intragastric balloon for obesity, capsule endoscopy, and fibroscan.

Dr. Tariq speaks Arabic and English.

Practice Locations

Bareen International Hospital, Abu Dhabi
Bareen International Hospital, Abu Dhabi

Mohammad Bin Zayed City, Zone 15 (next to Shaikah Fatima Bint Mubarak Mosque)

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