About the Doctor

Dr. Mohammad Kassem, MD, is a neurologist at the Cleveland Clinic Main Campus, renowned for his expertise in a wide array of neurological disorders, particularly central nervous system vasculitis and cerebrovascular disease. His academic journey in medicine began at St. George's University School of Medicine in Grenada, where he earned his medical degree, followed by an intricate path of postgraduate training that spans across different cultures and healthcare systems.

Upon completing his residency in neurology at Mercy St. Vincent Medical Center, Dr. Kassem pursued a fellowship as a Neurohospitalist at Cleveland Clinic, honing his skills in managing complex neurological conditions. His approach to patient care is comprehensive, addressing needs ranging from migraine headaches to more severe cases like encephalopathy and stroke. With a dedication to his specializations and the patients he serves, Dr. Kassem’s contributions to neurology are underscored by his current focus on furthering his expertise in the ever-evolving landscape of neurological sciences.



Graduated School

St George's University School of Medicine

Specialization School

Frequently Asked Questions

  • In which specialty does Dr. Mohammad Kassem work?

    He works in the neurology department.

  • At which hospital does Mohammad Kassem work?

    Dr. Mohammad works at - Cleveland Clinic Main Campus

  • What diseases is Dr. Mohammad in?

    Dr. Mohammad specializes in diseases and treatments such as neurology and headaches, meningitis, migraine headaches.

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