Bronson Methodist Hospital, USA
Wael Hakmeh, DO, FACEP, is an emergency medicine physician at Bronson Methodist Hospital. He is a graduate of the University of Michigan and LECOM. He completed his residency in Emergency Medicine at St. John Hospital in Detroit, MI (2011). From 2014-2017, Dr. Hakmeh served many vulnerable populations through medical relief in Aleppo, Syria (twice), Greece, and Pakistan. Dr. Hakmeh has won many awards including National DO Student of the Year (2007), Resident Teacher of the Year (2011), Medical Mission Physician of the Year (2016) as well as several health policy internships in Washington DC (American Osteopathic Association, 2005; American College of Emergency Physicians, 2011). He has served as a health policy fellow for Congressman John Conyers, Jr. (2007) and as Vice President of the Emergency Medicine Resident Association of Michigan (2010). He is co-director of the 20+ Trauma and Critical Care training courses that have been held for physicians working inside war zones in Syria, and has lectured often for the University of Gaziantep Emergency medicine residency program. Dr. Hakmeh enjoys medical relief, medical education, clinical research, and mentoring.
Education and Training