Dr. Ahmed Soliman Joins NewYork-Presbyterian Queens as Chief of Anesthesia

Sep 9, 2019

Queens, NY

Dr. Ahmed Soliman
Ahmed Soliman, M.D., MBA, joins NewYork-Presbyterian Queens as Chief of Anesthesia.  He arrived on August 5. In this role, Dr. Soliman will provide clinical and operational leadership for the Anesthesia team. 
He most recently served as Chief of Anesthesia for Envision Physician Services/Sheridan Healthcare at Day Kimball Hospital in Putnam, Connecticut.  In his previous role, he oversaw the methodology and protocols that decreased the same-day surgery cancellation rate and improved patient outcomes.  
Dr. Soliman brings more than 18 years of clinical experience to NewYork-Presbyterian Queens.  He earned his medical degree from Cairo University School of Medicine in Cairo, Egypt, and completed his residency at Jackson Memorial Hospital and Ryder Trauma Center in Miami, Florida.  He received his Masters of Business Administration from the University of Tennessee. 
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