Dr. Mohammed Elmuttalut is a Consultant Physician of Community Medicine and Medical Educationalist. He works as faculty member at Unaizah College of Medicine, Qassim University, Kingdom Saudi Arabia. He is trained in primary care in Obstetrics and Gynecology. He is mainly interested in developing Primary Health Care Services' Package that aimed at improving the health of pregnant women, lactating mothers and children, particularly in underserved communities and those in need for care. He supervises medical students' research project and provides consultation on research to his colleagues from other disciplines as well. He is also interested in research and work that aimed at improving medical colleges' curricula to ensure that future doctors have acquired the necessary competency of knowledge, skills and attitude to work as excellent physicians and are capable of meeting the demands of society's healthcare needs. He graduated from Gezira College of Medicine, with MBBS (honor degree). His Postgraduate studies include: Master of Public Health, PhD Community Medicine, Master of health Profession Education, Diploma Research Ethic and Methodologies, Health Management Planning and Policy, and PGC Enhancement of Regional Health & Medical system. He believes that primary health care is the cornerstone of the health care services system in any country, as it helps prevent illness and death, and it is associated with a more equitable distribution of health in populations at a lower affordable cost. He is committed to research and development effort aimed at making health care accessible and affordable to all people regardless of their race, ethnicity or religion.
Dr. Elmuttalut is interested in research aimed at improving primary health care services packages, particularly those targeting maternal and child health care issues/problems in underserved communities and those in need.