Dr Asem Mansour
Chief Executive Officer / Director General, King Hussein Cancer Center (Jordan)
Asem H. Mansour, MD serves as the CEO and the Director General of the King Hussein Cancer Center in Jordan; the largest Standalone Comprehensive Cancer Center across the Middle East, leading more than 200 oncologists and consultants and over 2,800 healthcare professionals in executing KHCC’s vision to provide the highest quality care to cancer patients throughout the Region.
He first joined the Center as the Chairman of the Department of Diagnostic Radiology in 1998 and he was later elected as the Executive Chairman of the Jordan Breast Cancer Program (JBCP) in 2012.
As his responsibilities grew, Dr. Mansour shifted all his focus towards fulfilling his long awaited promise of living up to KHCC’s legacy; by overseeing the execution process of a 108,000 square meters Expansion flourish into life. The campus included a 13-story inpatient tower and a 10-story outpatient building ranging a total of 352 beds that enabled KHCC to grow significantly serving an increasing number of patients every year by doubling up the capacity of new cases.
As the Chairman of the Construction Committee, Dr. Mansour oversaw the commissioning of facilities including the innovative Diagnostic and Treatment Facilities designed to serve revenue growth, physician recruitment and capital construction doubling its existing capacity for superior patient care by introducing the new strategy of Institution Hospital Information Technology.
Aside from being the co-leader and co-founder of the newly established KHCC program; the Cancer Care Informatics (CCI) in Jordan that aims to enhance the utilization of data to better serve cancer patients, Dr. Mansour is also a notable newspaper columnist, an active reviewer, and have co-authored in many prestigious medical journals, and numerous peer-reviewed publications.
A renowned certified Diagnostic Radiologist with a subspecialty fellowship in Neuroradiology (ESNR), Dr. Mansour earned his M.D. from the Vitebsk Medical Institute, School of Medicine. He successfully pursued a fellowship through the Royal College of Radiologists (FRCR- London) and also holds a