Ibtisam Namoura

Biography

Ibtisam Namoura is an Outpatient Team Lead at Cambridge Medical and Rehabilitation Center.

She is a physiotherapist and has an experience of over 24 years as a Healthcare Professional. Her areas of interest include Neurorehabilitation, Pediatric Rehabilitation and Health Management.

She has previously worked with the Palestinian Health Committee, Jerusalem Princess Basma Center for Disabled Children (Palestine), International Presence (Palestine) and Al Ihsan Charitable Society (Palestine).

She holds a Bachelor’s degree in Physiotherapy, a Master’s degree in Health Administration and a Tutoring Certificate in Movement for Live (MOVE) International. She has also conducted and shared national and international research studies in Rehabilitation; and has published a number of articles in Rehabilitation and Community Studies.

Ibtisam is from Palestine and is fluent in Arabic and English.

Education

Year Degree Institute
2008 Master degree of Public Administration, (Health) Clark University, Massachusetts, USA
2000 Post Graduate Diploma in teaching Physiotherapy Bethlehem University, Palestine
1993 B.Sc. Physiotherapy Bethlehem University, Palestine

Experience

Year Department Position Institute
2016 - Present Out-Patient Team Lead Cambridge Medical & Rehabilitation Center
2014 - 2015 Rehabilitation Program Coordinator Health Work Committees, Ramallah, Palestine
2002 - 2015 Physiotherapy Consultant Temporary International Presence in Hebron ( TIPH ), Hebron, Palestine
1995 - 2014 Head of Physiotherapy Department Princess Basma Rehabilitation Centre for Disabled Children, Jerusalem
2000 - 2008 Physiotherapy Consultant Almeezan Specialty Hospital, Hebron, Palestine
1993 - 1994 Head of Physiotherapy Department Al-Ihsan Charitable Society, Hebron, Palestine
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