Dr. Maher Soudah: Washington University of Health & Science

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Dr. Maher Soudah: Executive Dean of WUHS

The need for quality education is the dire need of the hour. However this need can’t merely be attributed to the growing competition and the need to excel in the facilities being offered. According to Dr. Maher Soudah, Executive Dean of WUHS (Washington University of Health and Science), this eminence is because the generation deserves it.

The time has gone when institutes could make false promises and grow nevertheless. Being a start-up medical education school, Maher Soudah and the Washington University of Health & Science team have taken enough time to know their periphery and hence can now assure its students about the capability of the administration. Medicine is not a study like any other for it involves human lives. And human lives as everyone would agree are precious.

Dean Maher Soudah: WUHS Belize

Maher Soudah WUHSWhen the organization came into being, the first and foremost concern of Dean Maher Soudah was to have the highest possible teaching standards in the University and he was successful in doing so. Additionally, there are numerous visiting professors from U.S. medical schools coming every semester to implement highest education standards.

Dr. Maher Soudah says, “WUHS is based in Belize, which is an amazing place in itself, with low crime rate, nice climate, and convenient transportation, economic and political stability.” Promising the students to guide them personally and academically, Dr Maher Soudah, Executive Dean, and the faculty here assures that the students acquire the expected proficiency and knowledge in the subject.

Medicine has always held a paramount and a special status in the society which is why it is immensely important to learn the respect it. The University holds a special place for medicine and hence wishes to instill high values in the students of medicine because only then will they be able to give their best in the future.

Maher Soudah & The Future of Washington University of Health & Science

Dr. Maher J. Soudah, MD, Executive Dean of the medical consortium gave the keynote speech at the Washington University of Health and Science commencement held at the Hilton, Columbus Ohio. “We are thrilled to have Dr. Maher Soudah as the commencement speaker this year,” said Dr. Martin Hoofer, MD, vice president for medical affairs. Our students will benefit greatly from listening to his experiences and advice.”

As a physician-academic, Dr. Maher Soudah is a strong advocate for global health and Education. Students will walk the stage and shake hands with the WUHS Executive Dean of the medical school. Dr. Maher Soudah said he is excited to speak at the graduation ceremonies because he thought the speech from his ceremony was significant and he hopes to inspire current graduates with his own words.

Maher J Soudah said he wants to encourage the graduates to attend the commencement convocation. “I think it’s something they shouldn’t miss,” he said. “I believe it’s something that can be meaningful to them if they’ll come and listen to what the speakers have to say.” Maher SoudahDr Maher Soudah said there are specific points in his convocation speech that he’d like to share with graduates, the first being to congratulate them on their accomplishments. “The second thing I’d like to do is talk about the state of the world that they’re entering,” Soudah said. “They are entering a difficult economic and fiscal environment. I just want to make sure everyone knows what that’s like. They’re going to have greater challenges than graduates have had in prior decades.” Third, Executive Dean Maher Soudah said he wanted to challenge the graduates as they move forward in life to help make the world a better place.

Good Luck From Dr. Maher Soudah – Executive Dean of WUHS

A point that Dr. Soudah wants graduates and other students to become more aware of is the appreciation of the value of obtaining a degree and doing it in a timely manner. Maher Soudah funded his college career and said the fact that he worked so hard, not only to obtain a degree but also to pay for it, gave him a profound appreciation for it.

“I don’t think some of today’s generation of students think deeply enough of the importance [of the timeliness of graduation] and I don’t think they give enough consideration to the quicker you get done with school, the quicker you’ll be to get a return on investment for what their parents or their scholarship donors have contributed to the cost of their education,” Dr. Maher Soudah said. As students prepare for the “real world” and look back on their time spent at the medical school, a common thought is how they will miss the University.


Sincerely,
Dr. Maher J. Soudah, MD
Executive Dean of WUHS