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The Pediatric Asthma & Chronic Cough clinic at Fakeeh University Hospital is led by Dr. Amine Daher, and we offer complete evaluation and management of all patients from birth to age 18 years with all respiratory conditions.

Specifically, children and adolescents with asthma, wheezing, or chronic cough, receive close attention and a complete evaluation in our Pediatric Asthma & Chronic Cough clinic.

Dr. Amine Daher is a Consultant and is American Board Certified in Sleep Medicine and Pediatric Pulmonology. He completed his Pediatric Pulmonology Fellowship training at the outstanding Children Medical Center at the University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas, TX. He joined Fakeeh University Hospital with excellent experience in the United States which includes leadership roles such as the Medical Director of the Pediatric Chronic tracheostomy and Ventilator program at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque as well as practiced in several stand-alone children’s hospitals in the USA including Children’s Medical Center in Dallas, Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston, and Driscoll Children’s Hospital in Corpus Christi.

Whether your child is suffering from recurrent respiratory problems, or has needed to be seen in the emergency room or admitted for breathing problems or shortness of breath, or has a known case of asthma needing to establish care or simply a review and tune up of their medications; the Pediatric Asthma & Chronic Cough clinic at Fakeeh University Hospital offers complete evaluation and management.

In the Pediatric Asthma & Chronic Cough clinic, we perform a complete clinical evaluation, spirometry (breathing tests), and imaging as indicated. We place special emphasis on patient and parent involvement, and we discuss in length differential diagnosis, testing, and treatment options. There is strong focus on teaching patients and parents recognition of respiratory symptoms, treatment action plan and excellent technique for use of inhaled medication.