Dr. Amer A. Quaddoura holds board certification in anesthesiology and boasts an impressive academic and professional background. Following the successful completion of his residency at The University of Maryland in the year 2000, he pursued a Fellowship in Critical Care Medicine at the same esteemed institution, culminating in 2001. Subsequently, Dr. Quaddoura assumed the roles of Assistant Professor and Clinical Assistant Professor in Anesthesiology and Critical Care at the University of Maryland, where he served diligently for eight years, during which time he notably directed the Acute Pain Service and Regional Anesthesia.
With a career spanning since 2001, Dr. Quaddoura has been dedicated to providing comprehensive anesthesia, pain management, and critical care treatments in various prominent healthcare centers, spanning across Philadelphia, PA, Baltimore, MD, and Houston, TX. Noteworthy for his unwavering commitment to patient safety, he actively participated in the Operating Room (OR) committee for the Surgical Care Improvement Project (SCIP) Initiative.
Dr. Quaddoura’s recent relocation from Philadelphia to Houston has further expanded his reach and impact within the medical community. Beyond his professional commitments, he finds solace and enjoyment in spending quality time with his wife and three children, actively participating in the Houston Football Association’s soccer activities, indulging in fishing, and engaging in volunteer work alongside his family.