Dr. Tadros’ medical career spans four decades, four continents and five world-renowned universities. After his graduation from Cairo University Medical School in 1974, he travelled to the United Kingdom (UK) where he trained in some of its most prestigious medical university hospitals including the Royal National Ear, Nose and Throat Hospital, Guys Hospital in London and the Newcastle University teaching hospitals; as well as teaching medical students at both Leeds University and Leeds Polytechnic during his last post as a Clinical Tutor.
He has had the privilege of working under some of the great leaders of modern ENT surgery including Sir Donald Harrison, Mr. Omar Shaheen, Mr. Elis Duek, Mr. Desmond Dawes, Mr. David Mathias and Mr. Gandhi. Dr. Tadros passed his primary; the equivalent of the MRCS, in 1978 and at the age of 29 he was admitted to the fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons in May 1980. During the early eighties, he was recruited to start one of the first ENT departments at the largest private hospital in the United Arab Emirates (UAE), namely Al Zahra Hospital in Sharjah.
After many years as the head of the ENT department in Al Zahra, Dr. Tadros decided to open his own private clinic along the Buhaira Corniche and is taking consultations.