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Dr. Ahmad Ibrahim bin Ahmad Zainuddin

Occupational Health Doctor
Leader of Occupational Health Doctor, Klinik As-Salam, Bandar Baru Bangi


Dr Ahmad Ibrahim Bin Ahmad Zainuddin graduated from Cyberjaya University College of Medical Sciences in 2012. Since completing his housemanship in Kuala Terengganu Hospital, he has been posted to Seremban hospital in the surgery department. He was part of the colorectal cancer cencus team before resigning from government service in 2015. Afterwards he transferred to An- Nur Hospital Bandar Baru Bangi, where he was the Occupational Health Doctor and also emergency department medical officer. During his spell in An-Nur Hospital, he was also part of the safety and health committee and hospital disaster response committee. In 2018 he was offered a position as resident medical officer and occupational health doctor in Central Medical Facility, Petronas Pengerang Integrated Complex (PIC). He was part of the team to set up the management of chemical and gas disasters at CMF. In CMF he was also tasked to head up the marketing portfolio to cater to other customers in PIC.

After three years in CMF, Dr Ibrahim transferred to Salam Alliance Sdn Bhd, a healthcare company specialising in primary health care with a chain of clinics in Klang Valley and central Malaysia region. He is currently the clinical coordinator, overseeing the clinical standard operating procedures of all the clinic, while also supervising the medical and clinical assistants training and continues medical education. At the same time he is the lead occupational health doctor in Klinik As-Salam Bandar Baru Bangi. Outside of work, he is one of the founding members of IMARET, a medical disaster response unit under Islamic Medical Association of Malaysia, who responds to local and international disasters and regularly conduct medical outreach programmes for the marginalised and displaced communities. His other passion includes football, badminton and calisthenics.

Lecture title

Working in a COVID-19 world: Occupational Health Perspective