Dr. Noura Farid Mansour

Title: Physician
Company: St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Hospital
Location: Troy, Michigan, United States

Dr. Noura Farid Mansour, Physician at St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Hospital, has been recognized by Marquis Who’s Who Top Doctors for dedication, achievements, and leadership in internal medicine.

A distinguished student, Dr. Mansour was encouraged to pursue a career in medicine from a formative age. She wished to serve as a physician who fostered comfortable relationships with patients, not one that is simply defined by a diagnosis and treatment. She achieved a Bachelor of Science in biological sciences from the University of Detroit, magna cum laude, in 2003 and earned a Doctor of Medicine from Saba University School of Medicine on Saba, a special municipality of the Netherlands in the Caribbean, in 2008. By 2011, Dr. Mansour completed a chief residency in internal medicine at St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Hospital in Michigan and became board-certified in internal medicine. Since 2011, she has notably served as a physician of the IPC Hospitalist Company at St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Hospital.

Prior to her current post, Dr. Mansour was a research assistant in the endocrinology department of the Children’s Hospital of Michigan in 2004. From 2001 to 2002, she was a medical assistant at the Pediatrician Office of Dr. Hikmat Gogue and a volunteer with the Providence Hospital Emergency Room. Additionally, she gained earlier experience as manager of Hiller’s Market from 1999 to 2004 and as a medical assistant at the Farmbrook Medical Building. Fluent in Arabic and Chaldean, Dr. Mansour received a Certificate of Excellence from the Chaldean Federation of America in 2000, as well as a Graduation Scholarship Award from Arab American Outreach Service. Likewise, she has accrued numerous nursing awards and was nominated for a Friends of Nursing Physician and Joy of Nursing Awards at St. Joseph Mercy Oakland Hospital in 2017. Attributing her success to compassion, she presently maintains affiliation with the Michigan Medical Society, American Medical Student Association, St. Jude Iraq and Delta Epsilon Iota Academic Honor Society. In five years’ time, Dr. Mansour hopes to remain in direct contact with patients with some administrative work, along with possibly spearheading her own hospital group.

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