Hamid Nourmand, MD
Medical Director, Anesthesiology
Dr. Hamid Nourman is the medical director of the Anesthesiology Department
at Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital, and he oversees the Hospital’s
staff of board-certified anesthesiologists and Certified Registered Nurse
Dr. Nourmand is also the current chief of the UCLA-MLKCH Anesthesiology
Program, and was instrumental in the design and implementation of clinical
protocols for Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Hospital and its perioperative
services. Dr. Nourmand’s involvement in the MLKCH project started
in April 2014, when he became a member of the Medical Advisory Committee,
and once the hospital was licensed in April 2015, Dr. Nourmand was elected
Secretary/Treasurer for the hospital’s medical staff.
A member of the American Board of Anesthesiology, Dr. Nourmand is an attending
anesthesiologist, with privileges at Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.
He is also clinical professor in the Department of Anesthesiology at the
David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA.
Dr. Nourmand received his doctorate in Medicine from University of Miami
Miller School of Medicine. With more than 20 years’ experience in
anesthesiology, Dr. Nourmand is a board-certified anesthesiologist licensed
to practice medicine in California.
He is a published author, most notably in the area of anesthesia for liver
transplantation, which is his field of interest.
Dr. Nourmand received his Bachelor of Arts degree in chemistry from Florida
International University. He also speaks multiple languages, including Farsi.