Since 2008, the World Federation of Neurosurgical Societies (WFNS), has recognized Ibn Al-Haytham Hospital as a world training center (class B), with Prof. I. Sbeih as the director. We have already, under the auspices of WFNS, trained tens of neurosurgeons and neurosurgical residents from all over the world.In developed countries, a cadaveric lab is considered a necessary step in the process of continuous medical education.
We are proud to inform you that we have established the first cadaveric laboratory in the Middle East , which will make our center a (Class A ) training center, one among few of its kind, around the World. The cadaveric lab is 537 square meters ,fitted with durable flooring, state of the art ventilation ,temperature regulation with doors, walls and cabins made of stainless steel.
This state of the art lab is made of eight stations, each is equipped with: a stainless steel table, surgical lighting, neurosurgical microscope with 2D/3D recording/documentation, screen monitors, electrical drills, microsurgical instruments, suction unit....etc. In addition to the cadaveric lab itself there are separate areas allocated for:
1- Lecture hall with audiovisual equipment and telemedicine facility , allowing interactive sessions with international centers around the world.
2- Large separate changing rooms for males and females, fitted with stainless steel cabinets, showers, sinks, scrubs, shoes, caps and masks.
3- Reception and recreational area including cafeteria.
The benefits of establishing this Cadaveric Microanatomy Laboratory includes :
1- Training of residents and doctors from Jordan, the Arab World and the World at large, in all surgical specialties: Brain, Spine, Oral, Maxillofacial, ENT, Ophthalmology, Orthopedic and General surgery, in addition to Medical/Dental Students, and Nurses.
2- Putting Jordan on the map of continuous medical education and subsequently promoting medical tourism in Jordan.