UK market leader in surgical training technology, Inovus Medical, has appointed David Rawaf as its new Clinical Excellence Lead. The move is the first in the company’s newly formulated Clinical Excellence strategy that focusses on positioning Inovus as a leader in research, curriculum development and standards in surgical training and simulation.
Rawaf MD, has over 10 years clinical experience having graduated from St. George’s Hospital Medical School before entering surgical training at the world renowned University College London Hospitals (UCLH). David has completed clerkships at Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore and Chino Valley & Montclair Medical Centres, Los Angeles. He has an active role as editor for the Imperial College London Public Health Education & Training web publications. Alongside his role with Inovus he retains an honorary contract with North Hampshire Hospitals as a Clinical Knee Research Fellow.
When commenting on the appointment David said, “I have a passion for clinical excellence, patient care and improving training. I am extremely excited to join Inovus as the business is well aligned with my core values that are driven through long-term experience in driving innovation and change management. We are at an extremely exciting time in world of surgery and surgical training and I truly believe that the technology Inovus has developed will become the gold standard for surgical training for generations to come.”
David hit the ground running with his new role as he takes centre stage at the Royal College of Surgeons Future Surgery Show this week, where he will be presenting Inovus’ ground breaking Augmented Reality Technology and early evidence for the impact the technology is having on surgical efficiency.
Dr Elliot Street, Inovus CEO said, “We are extremely excited to have David join us as our new Clinical Excellence Lead, he brings with him a passion for improving surgical care that aligns perfectly with the mission of the business. As a clinician led company we have always had an empathetic insight into the problems we are solving; as we continue to scale it is imperative we continue with this ‘needs first’ approach to innovation that is driven by our clinical insights; our Clinical Excellence Strategy will safeguard that approach for many years to come and allow us to generate robust evidence and standards in surgical training.”
Source: Inovus Medical.