Department of Anesthesiology - El Paso
Neuro Science ICU
Our new state of the art Neuro-ICU is the newest addition to our Level 1 Trauma Center at University Medical Center Partnership with Texas Tech Health Science Center in El Paso Texas. A teaching facility that actively participates in innovative research studies, applies evidence base practice, incorporates the use of the latest technology for the care and management of our neurological and neurosurgical patients.
Our Neuro ICU is a specialty that provides comprehensive critical care to a variety of patients with Neurological and Neurosurgical conditions. Our well prepared and experienced multidisciplinary critical care team of board certified physicians, nurse practitioners and nurses are available around the clock to provide expert care to all of our critically ill patients with special focus on Stroke management, Seizure Disorders, Spinal cord tumors and Spinal cord injury, Traumatic Brain Injury, Neuromuscular and Neurodegenerative disorders, Neurological infections, Brain Tumors and Brain Surgery.
On behalf of our team of healthcare professionals, we welcome you and your family to our new Neuro ICU, where we provide the highest standards of care to all patients at University Medical Center, with special emphasis on a team approach to both patient and family to ensure the highest quality care.
Dr. Ahmed E. Badr graduated from Tanta University Medical School in Egypt. He received his post graduate training in Tanta University, Cairo University as well as Vanderbilt University Hospitals. Dr. Badr is fully trained in Neurosurgery, Anesthesiology, Pain Management and Critical Care Medicine. He served as a Professor of Neurosurgery and Anesthesiology at the University of Mississippi Medical Center for the past 10 years before he decided to join TTUHSC this year. Dr. Badr is charged with building the Anesthesiology Department and The Neuroscience Center of Excellence.
Ahmed E. Badr, MD, FACS, FCCM Professor 915.545.0415
Ms. Dominguez received her BSN and MSN from the University of Texas at El Paso, where she completed the Nurse Clinician Educator Program and served as critical care nursing faculty post-graduation.