Radaideh completed a Neurocritical Care Fellowship and Endovascular Neurosurgery Fellowship at Rush University Medical Center in Chicago. While at Rush University, he also received a master’s of science in clinical research.
He earned his medical degree from the University of Jordan and completed residency training at SUNY Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York. Although Radaideh comes from a family of physicians, specifically cardiologists, he initially did not see health care as his career path. When he did decide to enter medicine, he was drawn to neurology and the neurosciences.
As part of the team in Jacksonville, he is focused on building the neuroendovascular services to provide solutions for patients with complex neurological and neurosurgical conditions. Common advantages to these services would be more effective and timely therapies with shorter recovery times.
“I am thrilled to be part of the amazing neurosciences department here at the UF College of Medicine – Jacksonville,” Radaideh said. “This is an established academic program that values its faculty and fosters a collaborative environment. I am glad to meet a need with the services that we provide.”
Ramon Bautista, MD, MBA, a professor and chair of the department of neurology, is confident Radaideh’s skillset will not only strengthen the program, but will also be a valuable resource for the patient population in Jacksonville and surrounding areas.
“We are excited to have Dr. Radaideh join UF Health Jacksonville as head of neuroendovascular services,” Bautista said. “He will bring a level of expertise to our organization that will help us achieve our goal of becoming the premier provider of neurovascular care in Northeast Florida.”