Alaa Witwit

Dr. Alaa Witwit is a Consultant Radiologist with over 23 years of professional western experience in the field of medicine and Radiology. Dr. Witwit graduated from the University of Baghdad in 1994. He then relocated to Norway. He achieved his FRCR (London/UK) qualification in 2007, Norwegian board degree in Radiology in 2008, Swedish board degree in Radiology in 2009 and CCT from UK in 2010. He later moved to London/UK in 2012 where he had been leading the service of cardiothoracic imaging along with CT and ultrasound guided lung and pleural biopsies/ aspirations with interest of other cross-sectional imaging in adult and pediatrics, amongst another roles at Epsom and St. Helier University Hospital. In 2021 He was awarded the NHS hero award for his impacting contributions to the National Health Service in the UK during the COVID19 outbreak. Since February 2022 Dr. Witwit has been working as a Consultant Radiologist and Head of Department of Radiology at Kings College Hospital London/Dubai.

Spoken Languages : Arabic, English, norwegian, Swedish
Types of Physician : Full-time
DHA License : Consultant Radiologist
Branches : American Hospital Dubai


  • MD, Stockholm University, Sweden
  • MD, Oslo University, Norway
  • FRCR, Royal College of Radiologists, United Kingdom
  • MB ChB, Baghdad University, Iraq

Professional Associations:

  • General Medical Council (UK)
  • Royal College of Radiologists (UK)
  • British Society of Head & Neck Radiology
  • British Society of Pediatric Radiology
  • European Society of Radiology
  • Norwegian Society of Pediatric Radiology
  • Norwegian Society of Ultrasound Imaging
  • Norwegian Medical Association

Professional Experience:

  • Consultant Radiologist, Kings college Hospital London/Dubai, UAE
  • Consultant Radiologist, Epsom and St. Helier University Hospital NHS Trust, United Kingdom
  • Consultant Radiologist, Ostfold Hospital, Norway
  • Consultant Radiologist, Oslo University Hospital, Norway

Clinical Expertise & Services Offered:

  • CT and MRI imaging (adult and pediatric)
  • Cardiothoracic imaging.
  • Head & neck imaging.
  • Musculoskeletal imaging.
  • Imaging and follow up of patients with long covid disease
  • Imaging and follow up of patients with interstitial lung diseases with high resolution CT scans.