Safety Management Systems has named Dr. Ameen M. Jamali, MD, FACEP, as its new Medical Director. Dr. Jamali brings extensive experience and expertise to SMS and will serve alongside Acadian Chief Medical Officer Dr. Charles Burnell. He will provide clinical and operational oversight for SMS’ remote paramedics and medical clinics.

Currently serving as a Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Dr. Jamali combines academic pursuits with hands-on clinical practice. He also provides care at the Medical Center Hospital Emergency Department in Odessa, Texas.

Board-certified by the American Board of Emergency Medicine, Dr. Jamali’s training and education at William Beaumont Hospital and the University of Toledo College of Medicine have laid the foundation for his clinical skills and leadership abilities.

With positions at prestigious institutions, including Johns Hopkins, Dr. Jamali has contributed significantly to emergency medicine and tactical medicine. He has provided medical support to various government agencies, including the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement and the United States Secret Service.

Dr. Jamali’s involvement in research and international healthcare initiatives, including collaborations with the World Health Organization, reflects his commitment to addressing global health challenges. He is an active member of the American College of Emergency Physicians.

“Dr. Jamali’s diverse experiences and dedication to patient care, education, and research make him a valuable asset to the medical community and a trusted leader in emergency medicine and tactical medicine,” said President of Safety Management Systems Scott Domingue. “I believe Dr. Jamali will be able to help SMS rise to a new level in the medical and energy industries.”

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