Dr. Mohammad Fityan carries an accomplishments-filled track-record in the area of Internal
Medicine and obesity Medicine. His educational background comprises a Bachelor of Medicine
Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB) Degree from the Al-Mustansiriyah University, Iraq, followed by an
Internal Medicine Residency at the Wayne State University School of Medicine, Michigan, USA.
Dr. Fityan also has licences from the Board of Medicine-Physicians and the Board of Pharmacy
Controlled Substance, both from the State of Michigan, USA. He is also a certified professional
in Basic Life Support and Advanced Cardiac Life Support training programs.
On the teaching and training front, Dr. Fityan is a clinical assistant professor and has mentored
and advised medical students and residents in the subject of Internal Medicine in a significant
role. He has also occupied several positions of honor, including being the Diversity Committee
Chair, Student Clerkship Director, House Officer, Code Blue Committee Member, Residency
Wellbeing Committee Chair, Sepsis Committee member and health disparities Committee at the
Wayne State University and Ascenion Providence Rochester Hospital, Rochester, Michigan,
USA., in addition to handling responsibilities as Lecturer, Periodic Evaluator and Trainer.
Dr. Fityan has won several awards and certifications in his specialization of Internal Medicine
and was selected as the Teacher of the Year 3 times. Dr. Fityan continues to attend a long list
of training programs, seminars, workshops to keep his knowledge base up-to-date in technology