Dr. N.H Salman MD.


He has more than 25 years of experience in the field of pediatrics and pediatric critical care medicine. He is Board certified in Pediatrics, Pediatric Critical Care and Hospice Palliative medicine.

He received Pediatric critical care training under the mentorship of Dr Bradley Fuhrman, one of the pioneers in the field of pediatric critical care medicine and receiver of lifetime achievement award in medicine.

He has held faculty appointments at University of Texas San Antonio, University of Mississippi and Texas Tech University. He has been a medical director at several PICU's and of Pediatric Intensivist's group. He has been involved in building of several Pediatric critical care program including development of pediatric transport program during his 25 year career and has received numerous awards from Hospital Administration for his leadership.

He is well published and has received research awards from American Academy of pediatrics and has been involved in national and international research in field of pediatric critical care. He has been actively involved in many national committees including society of critical care, American Academy of pediatrics. He is abstract reviewer and moderator for American College of Chest physicians and has presented and moderated sessions in national and international meetings.

He has been a tireless educator of residents, nurses and Paramedical staff and has lectured widely during his Academic and Private Practice positions nationally and internationally. He is a Pediatric Advance Life support instructor with American Heart Association for more than 15 years.

He is also a physician Executive MBA from Auburn University and Administrative Medical Director/Partner of Pediatric urgent care. He is a certified Physician Executive and member of American College of Physician Executive. He has held several administrative positions in Hospital Committees and executive leadership. He has been recognized by Methodist children's hospital administration and Covenant Children's Hospital for his executive leadership.

Some of his administrative duties include being a Board of trustee of a Caribbean Medical school where he advises the administration in Medical student education, curriculum development, clinical rotations requirements.

He is one of the founding member of Pediatric Intensivist of America, which is poised to become leading provider of pediatric critical are service in USA in the coming years.

He is married with three children and enjoys playing Tennis, spending time with his family and Volunteers in Community activities San Antonio.