Mohammed F. Ahmad, MD

Dr. Mohammed F Ahmad was born in Brooklyn, New York and is a graduate of Bowling Green State University. He obtained his medical degree at St. Matthew’s University in Grand Cayman. His internship was at Clinton Memorial Hospital an affiliate of the University of Cincinnati and his Residency was completed at Metrohealth Case Western Reserve University in Family Medicine.

Dr. Ahmad has years of experience in primary care, urgent care, aesthetic medicine, with special interest non-ablative laser procedures and nonsurgical injectables. He is currently a medical director for medical spas. Dr. Ahmad is a member of the American Academy of Family Physicians, board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine and holds multiple certificates in aesthetic medicine. Dr. Ahmad enjoys life through travel, food, and music.

EDUCATION

  • Metrohealth Medical Center
    Family Medicine Residency, Completed, BOARD Certified
    2014 – 2015
  • Clinton Memorial Hospital/University of Cincinnati
    Family Medicine Residency 2012 – 2014
  • St. Matthew’s University, Grand Cayman
    M.D August 2011
  • Bowling Green State University, Ohio
    B.S. 2007, Major: Biology
    Cleveland State University, Ohio
  • Lorain County Community College, Ohio
    Associate of Art, 2006
  • Cuyahoga Community College, Ohio

 

CLINICAL EXPERIENCE

  • Aesthetic medicine courses, Botox, fillers, lasers, Kybella    – (4/30/2017)
  • Family Medicine Residency – Metrohealth Medical Center (2/17/2014
    – 6/30/2015) Currently licensed in the State of Ohio
  • Family Medicine Residency – Clinton Memorial hospital (6/24/12 – 2/15/2014)
  • Pediatric (Residency Rotation) – Cincinnati Children’s (12/6/12-2/3/13)
  • Internal Medicine – Huron Hospital, Cleveland (11/30/09 – 2/19/10)
  • Surgery – Huron Hospital, Cleveland (3/1/10 – 5/21/10)
  • Neurology – Jackson Park Hospital, Chicago (5/24/10 – 6/18/10)
  • Psychiatry – Northcoast Behavioral, Cleveland (6/21/10 – 7/30/10)
  • Family Medicine – AIME, Chicago (8/2/10 – 8/27/10)
  • Thoracic Surgery – AIME, Chicago (8/30/10 – 9/24/10)
  • Pathology – St.Bernard’s Hospital, Chicago (9/27/10 – 10/22/10)
  • In-Patient  Psychiatry  – Northcoast  Behavioral, Cleveland (10/25/10  – 11/5/10)
  • OBGYN – Mt. Sinai Hospital, Chicago (11/8/10 – 12/17/10)
  • Urology – Jackson Park Hospital, Chicago (12/20/10 – 1/14/11) Radiology – AIME, Chicago (1/17/11 – 2/11/11)
  • Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation  – Marianjoy Hospital, Wheaton
    (2/14/11 – 3/11/11)
  • Vascular Surgery – AIME, Chicago (3/14/11 – 4/8/11)
  • Pediatrics – Wyckoff Medical Center, Brooklyn (4/11/11 – 5/20/11)

HONORS AND AWARDS

  • 2015 Professionalism award, Metrohealth Medical Center
  • Chief Resident 2013-2014 Clinton Memorial Hospital

UNDERGRADUATE

  • Lorain   County   Community   College/Bowling   Green   University
    Partnership scholarship 3 times, 2005, 2006 and 2007
  • Student Senate University Partnership Representative 2006-2007
  • Dean’s List: 2004-2007
  • Outstanding Student of Math and Science 2006

MEDICAL LICENCES

  •  Ohio and Texas, unrestriction, Suboxone DATA 2000 Waiver

WORK EXPERIENCE

  • Opiate addiction (locum)- suboxone clinic 2016 – present
  • Medical Director, Flawless Austin Medspa Austin, TX 2018-present
  • Medical Director, Anew Medspa Brecksville, OH 2016- present
  • Primary care/urgent care locum, Lakewood urgent care/ North
    Olmsted Urgent care 2016 – present
  • Family Medicine physician, Mercy Health 2015 – 2016
  • Family Medicine Resident, Metrohealth 2014 – 2015
  • Rocky River Urgent care, Moonlighting 2014-2015
  • Family Medicine Resident, CMH 2012 – 2014
  • LCCC Professor of Microbiology 9/2011 – 5/2012

 

RESEARCH

Metrohealth Medical Center
Assessing CPAP noncompliance in COPD/CHF patients 2014-2015
Preventing  Inpatient  re-admission  rates  using  Modified  LACE  scores
2014-2015

Lorain County Community College
LCCC, Dr. Harry Kestler 2011
Analysis of the HIV Co-Receptor CCR5 Gene From An African-American
Family

Huron Hospital/Cleveland Clinic Foundation
Huron hospital, Dr. Khambata, Ohio 2009
Retrospective  study  on  the  relationship  between  anemia  and  positive findings on colonoscopy.

Bowling Green Great Lakes Research Program
Bowling Green State University, Ohio 2006
Analyzed the free iron ion levels in the great lakes using genetic recombination  of  luciferase  genes  and  bacterial  chromosomes.  PCR analysis and DNA extractions.