Dr. Soliman is a physician who specializes in emergency medicine. He practices in the emergency department at the University of Washington Northwest campus. He is proud to serve our diverse community and particularly proud to serve as a patient advocate for members of vulnerable populations. As an emergency physician, he believes it is of utmost importance to listen carefully to his patient’s concerns and work together with their own established providers as a team to formulate a plan that will lead to the best possible care for his patients.
He serves on the Emergent Cardiac Care Committee. He has a particular interest in managing critically ill patients in the Emergency Department with his focus on cardiac resuscitation, sepsis resuscitation, and toxicologic emergencies.
When not in the Emergency Department, Dr. Soliman enjoys gardening, camping, fishing, and hiking with his family. Dr. Soliman believes it is important to continue giving back to the community outside of the hospital and uses his background as a mechanic to lend a hand to homeless and refugee populations.
Education & Training
- MD, University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, Tulsa, OK (2007)
- Internship, General Surgery, Fairview General Hospital Cleveland Clinic, Cleveland OH (2008)
- Residency, Emergency Medicine, University of Oklahoma, Tulsa, OK (2012)
research & clinical interests
- Cardiac Care