Dr. Michel Jabbour
- Executive International MBA (Health Management) : Sorbonne IAE and Paris Dauphine, July 2010
- Degree of Advanced Specialization in Urology AFSA (Attestation de Formation Spécialisée Approfondie): Faculté de Médecine Saint Antoine, Université Pierre et Marie Curie, Paris VI, France (1999)
- Fellow of the American Endourological Society, 1998
- Fellowship (Sub-specialty) in ENDOUROLOGY: Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, USA, 1998.
- Degree of Medical Specialty in UROLOGY: Hotel Dieu de France Hospital, Saint Joseph University Faculty of Medicine, Beirut,1997.
- Doctor of Medicine (M.D.): Saint Joseph University Faculty of Medicine, Beirut. 1991 (Rank 1st)
- Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Biology (with distinction): American University of Beirut, 1987
- Urinary stone management: Extra-Corporeal Lithotripsy, Percutaneous Surgery PCNL, Mini-PCNL, Laser, Flexible Uretero-Nephroscopy
- Prostate Management: Medical Therapy, Cystoscopy, Steam, Laser Vaporization, Endoscopic Resection, Prostate Cancer Surgery
- Male Infertility: Medical Therapy, Varicocele surgery (Laparoscopic and Micro-Surgery), TESA, Micro-TESA
- Erectile Dysfunction: Full Assessment, Medical Management, Penile Doppler, Penile Implants, Penile Enlargement
- Urinary Tract Infections: Medical and Surgical Management
- Female Urinary Incontinence: Urodynamic Assessment, Cystoscopy, Minimally Invasive Surgeries for Stress Incontinence and Prolapse (Sling, TOT, TVT)
- Bladder Cancer Management: Endoscopic Resection, Intra-Vesical Instillations, Radical Cystectomy, Bladder Replacement
- Kidney Cancer Management: Laparoscopic Radical Nephrectomy, Partial Nephrectomy, Laparoscopic Nephro-Ureterectomy
- Testicular Pathology: Cancer surgery, Orchidopexy, Torsion, Hydrocele, Testicular Implant
- 21 years of extensive experience in urological surgery in the 400-bed Saint Georges University Hospital, Beirut with an elaborated residency teaching program since 2000
- Full Professor and Chairman of Surgery Department: Saint Georges University Hospital, University of Balamand Faculty of Medicine, Beirut, Lebanon, since 2017
- President of the Medical Committee: Saint Georges University Hospital, Beirut, Lebanon, since 2014
- Chief of Urology Division: Saint Georges University Hospital, University of Balamand Faculty of Medicine, Beirut, Lebanon, since 2013
- Consultant Urologist at Hotel Dieu de France University Hospital, 2000-2004
- Attending Urologist in the department of Professor Alain Le Duc, Saint Louis University Hospital, Paris, France (1998- 1999)
- Member of the International Continence Society (ICS), 2007
- Member of the Arab Urological Association, 2005
- Board Member and Founder of the Pan Arab Continence Society (PACS), 2004
- Member of the European Association of urology (EAU), 2002
- Member of the American Urological Association (AUA), 2001
- Member of The American Endourological Society, 1998
- Member of the Lebanese society of Urology, 1997
I am a Full Professor, President of the Medical Committee, Chairman of Surgery department, and the chief of Urology Division at Saint George University Hospital, a 400-bed academic tertiary care center, Balamand University Faculty of Medicine, Beirut, Lebanon.
After my medical and Specialty studies at the American University of Beirut (AUB) and Saint Joseph University (USJ) in Lebanon, I moved to USA where I received the American Endo-Urological society fellowship after training with Professor Arthur Smith at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York in 1998.
I, then, moved to Paris where I received an AFSA degree in Urology, and then worked as an Assistant in Saint Louis Hospital, Paris under Professor Alain Le Duc. The main focus of my work was Oncologic-Urology and Female-Urology, and I was a lecturer at the School of surgery of the APHP, Paris.
I returned to Lebanon in 2000 and started teaching at Saint Joseph and Balamand universities, on top of affiliation for clinical work at Hotel Dieu and Saint Georges university hospitals (SGHUMC).
In 2005, I became a Full-time Faculty at Saint George University Hospital, where I introduced and developed Percutaneous surgery, Laparoscopy, and modern Endo-Urology. I established himself and SGHUMC as a national and regional reference center on Stone Disease and Percutaneous surgery. I was, and still am, receiving referrals from all over Lebanon, as well as the regional countries like Syria, Iraq, Jordan, and the Gulf.
I organized many workshops on Endoscopic management of Stone Disease (Percutaneous surgeries and flexible ureteroscopies) at SGHUMC for urologists from the Arab world. I was an Invited speaker to many of the regional countries, giving lectures, running workshops, and performing live-transmitted surgeries.
Besides Endo-Urology and Stone Disease, I developed a large expertise in the fields of Cancer in Urology, Urinary Incontinence, Male Infertility, and Erectile Dysfunction.
On an academic level, since my nomination as chief of Urology in 2013, I strived to make the Urology division one of the best academic divisions for both students and residents, by optimizing OR mentoring, bed-side teaching, clinic attendance, staff, and Multi-Disciplinary Team (MDT) meetings and oral presentations.
On the research level, I have conducted several research projects in the clinical field as well as the basic science field in collaboration with researchers from the faculty of Health Sciences. This resulted in more than 43 publications in esteemed international peer-review journals, and hundreds of oral and poster presentations in international medical congresses (CV attached).
I received an EMBA in Health Management in 2010 from Sorbonne and Dauphine universities, Paris, France in a combined program with Saint Joseph University, Beirut.
On top of my responsibility as chief of the urology division, I was appointed Chairman of the department of surgery in October 2017. This appointment along with my other task as president of the Medical committee since 2014, gave me the opportunity to play administrative and organizational roles in the university and the hospital.