Dr. Tamsir Mbowe
Secretary of State for Health and Social Welfare


CURRICULUM VITAE

NAME: Dr. Tamsir Mbowe

DATE OF BIRTH: 09th February 1964

PLACE OF BIRTH: Banjul, The Gambia

NATIONALITY: Gambian

RELIGION: Islam

MARITAL STATUS: Married

NUMBER OF CHILDREN: Four (3) Boys (1) Girl


PRESENT ADDRESS:

 

 

25 Sparlding Street
Banjul The Gambia
Tel: (220) 9974535 (Mobile)
(220) 4228624 (Office)
Fax: (220) 4202446

CURRENT EMPL0YER:

Department of State for Health and
Social Welfare

PRESENT POSITION:


(a) Secretary of State

(b) Consultant OBS/GYNAE - Mbowen Clinic, Kanifing Estate

(c) Consultant Lamtoro Medical Centre - The Gambia

EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND:

1. University of Dublin (Ireland) 1998-1999

2. Korlu-Bu Teaching Hospital (Ghana) 1995-1997

3. Lugansk Medical Institute (Ukraine) 1988-1994

4. University of Ile-Ife (Nigeria) 1985-1986

5. Gambia High School 1982-1984

6. Gambia Muslim High School 1975-1982

 

DEGREES OBTAINED:

 

 


  1. M.D Medicine
    Lugansk Medicine Institute
    Lugansk - Ukraine
  2. Diploma in Obsterics & Gynecology
    University of Dublin - Ireland
  3. L.M License Midwife - Ireland
PROFESSIONAL CAREER:


1) Registrar - Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology, Royal Victoria Teaching Hospital, Banjul, The Gambia - from 2000 todate.

2) Consultant in Obstetrics & Gynecology - Mbowen Clinic, Kanifing, The Gambia - from 2000 todate

3) Medical Officer - Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology, Royal Victoria Teaching Hospital, Banjul, The Gambia - from 1997 to 1998 and also from 1999 to 2000

4) National Service - Teaching, at Gambia High School, Banjul - from 1986-1987

MEDICAL DUTIES & SURGICAL EXPERIENCE:

1) Clinical review and management of all emergencies reporting in the Obstetrics Gynecology clinics and maternity wards such as:

- Acute abdomen
- Per Vagina Bleeding
- Emergency Labour Cases
- Abruption Placenta
- Ante partum Hemorrhage
- Cephalous-Pelvic Disproportion
- Placenta Praevia
- Cord Prolepses
- Multiple Pregnancy Cases
- Foetal Distress
- Breech Presentation
- Ruptured
- Ectopic Pregnancies
- Ruptured Uterus

2) Twenty-four Management of whole Obstetrics & Gynecology Units (Twenty-four hour on-call duties)

3) Daily ward rounds: Both service and teaching ward round

4) Types and numbers of surgical procedures done:

a) Caesarian Sections: >3000 cases (more than three thousand)

b) Vacuum Deliveries: >500 cases

c) Episiotomy Repairs: >1000 cases

d) Bilateral Tubal Legations (BTL): >500 cases

e) Appendicectomy: > 300 cases

f) Intra-uterine Contraceptive Device Insertions: <500 cases

g) Evacuation of the uterus: <6000 cases

h) Manual removal of placenta: >500 cases

i) Total Abdominal Hysterectomies: > 130 cases
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j) Subtotal Abdomina Hysterectomies: >130 cases

k) Total Abdominal Hysterectomy with bilateral salpinogo-oophorectomy: >300 cases Salpingectomy for Ruptured ectopic: >400 cases

l) Salpingectomy for Ruptured Ectopic: >400 cases

m) Cervical and / or Uterine Biopsies: >500 cases

n) Cystoclele Repairs

o) Cystectomy: >200 cases

p) Tubal Probing of blocked tubes: > 200 cases

LANGUAGES:
English, Russian, Wollof, Mandinka and Fullani

HOBBIES: Reading and Football

Special interest areas in Medicine:

Reproductive Medicine / Family Planning