Ahmad R. Nusair, MD

Vice Chair for Finance, Department of Internal Medicine


Clinical Interests



Dr. Nusair returns to Marshall Health after serving as chair of the Control Committee at Cleveland Clinic in Abu Dhabi, UAE, since his departure in 2017. During his previous tenure with the Department of Internal Medicine, Dr. Nusair served as chief of infectious diseases; and medical director of the Adult Medical ICU, Antimicrobial Stewardship Program and Infection Control, all at Cabell Huntington Hospital.

Education & Training

  • Medical School: Jordan University of Science & Technology (Ar-Ramtha, Jordan)
  • Residency: Western Reserve Care System (Youngstown, OH)
  • Fellowship: University of Nebraska - Infectious Disease (Omaha, NE)


  • Certified: American Board of Internal Medicine, subspecialty certification in Critical Care Medicine and Infectious Disease

Additional Languages

  • Arabic

Marshall Internal Medicine

A provider-based department of Cabell Huntington Hospital
Erma Ora Byrd Clinical Center
1249 15th Street
2nd & 3rd Floor
Huntington, WV 25701
Phone: 304.691.1000

Map & Directions

Balwinder Singh, MD, MS. Ahmad Nusair, MD Shifang Ding, MD, PhD. Ognjen Gajic, MD Guangxi Li, MD. 2015. Interrater Variability in Identifying Ventilator Associated Pneumonia Using Six Different Definitions

Belay TW, Nusair AR. 2013. Apparent lisinopril overdose requiring hemodialysis. Am J Health Syst Pharm. 2013 Jul 15;70(14):1226-9.
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Panchal A, Shweihat Y, Nusair A. 2012. Capnocytophaga Infection Involving Mediastinal Lymph Nodes and Lung Mass in a Patient With a Primary Lung Cancer Diagnosed With EBUS TBNA With Associated Leukemoid Paraneoplatic Syndrome 2012; 142.4_MeetingAbstracts: 989A-989A

Nusair A, Jourdan D, Medcalf S, Marion N, Iwen PC, Fey PD, Reed E, Langnas A, Rupp ME. 2008. Infection control experience in a cooperative care center for transplant patients. Infect Control Hosp Epidemiol. 2008 May;29(5):424-9.
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Nusair, Ahmad MD Smith, Philip W. MD. 2007. Aspergillus Vertebral Osteomyelitis in an Immunocompetent Host Treated With Voriconazole