Dr Sinan Kamona

 

Dr Sinan Kamona

Emergency Medicine Specialist BHB MBChB FACEM

Dr Kamona is a bilingual Emergency Physician who speaks both English and Arabic, having been born in Iraq and graduating from Auckland Medical School. In addition to working as a Consultant at Auckland City Hospital (where he has been for the best part of a decade), he works one day a week at the Mangere Refugee Health Service. Dr Kamona has many published articles to his name including studies on headache presentations to the Emergency Department, the effect of videolaryngoscopy on first-pass intubation success rates and the use of high flow nasal prong oxygen in the Emergency Department. After the outbreak of COVID-19 he was one of a group of researchers who published a systematic review examining whether there was evidence that healthcare worker masks might carry virus. He lives in Auckland with his wife and son.

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