Kaddurah nabs new certification in epilepsy

Congratulations to Ahmad Kaddurah MD, pediatric neurologist at Hurley Children’s Hospital and a faculty member for the Hurley/Michigan State University College of Human Medicine Pediatric Residency Training Program.

Ahmad Kaddurah MD (2011 Hurley file photo)
Ahmad Kaddurah MD

Kaddurah, board-certified in pediatric neurology and in sleep medicine, recently received new credentials. He is now board-certified in epilepsy by the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology after passing the Oct. 24, 2016, exam.

To qualify for the voluntary certification, candidates must be certified in neurology or neurology with special qualification in child neurology and meet many other standards regarding training, education and professional practice experience – and then pass the certification exam.

According to the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology website, fewer than 50 Michigan physicians are certified in epilepsy.

Certification is a means of identifying physicians properly trained and experienced in treating epilepsy.

Posted by: Julie Campe