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Khalid Nahi  [ September, 2004 ]
Khalid Nahi

Khalid Nahi came to the United States 16 years ago. He received a degree in Respiratory Therapy from North Short community College (Massachusetts) and a Bachelor of Science degree in Experimental Science in Casablanca, Morocco. He is a Registered Respiratory Therapist currently employed at Lowell General Hospital, Lowell, Massachusetts as evening supervisor.

 

In June, Mr Nahi was chosen from 1,200 employees and received Lowell General Hospital’s prestigious star performer of the month award for excellence in the execution of his duties. Mr. Nahi’s role at Lowell General Hospital is to ensure that hospital patients can breath adequately. Among other duties, he is often called upon to perform intubations, a critical and highly demanding procedure that passes a breathing tube into the airway of oxygen-deprived patients.

 

In addition to his duties at Lowell General Hospital, Mr. Nahi is also employed at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Nashua, NH as Respiratory Therapist. He was previously employed by Whidden Memorial Hospital in Everett, Massachusetts, and Spaulding rehabilitation hospital in Boston

 

In his spare time, Mr. Nahi practices the art of fencing. He was a member of the National of Fencing Team at The Federation Royale Marocaine d’Escrime, and in 1986 he received official Fencing Certification by the Fencing Olympic Committee Rabat.

 

Mr. Nahi also enjoys golfing and volunteer work. He lives in Nashua, New Hampshire with his wife, Karima, but he still visits Morocco once a year. He considers his motto to be:” I’m proud to be a Moroccan. How can I help?”




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