Dr Al-Keridy has held a teaching position at King Saud University since 2009, and has served as Assistant professor, and Associate Program Director of the Internal Medicine Program at King Saud since 2018.
- He holds the American Board of Internal Medicine, Geriatric Medicine ABIM certification,
- as well as the Royal College exam in geriatric medicine in 2016
- Passed the Licentiate of the Medical Council of Canada LMCC exam in December 2015
- Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians FRCPC since 2015.
(2016-2018) Graduate school in Experimental medicine at the University Of British Columbia UBC.
(2016-2018) Postgraduate training fellowship in Behavioural Neurology & Dementia at the University of British Columbia UBC.
(2014-2016) Postgraduate training fellowship program in Geriatric Medicine at the University Of British Columbia UBC.
(2011-2014) Postgraduate training residency program in internal medicine at the University of British Columbia UBC.
(2010-2011) Graduate school Albany College of Pharmacy and Health science.
(2009-2010) Demonstrator at King Saud University.
(2008-2009) Internship at King Saud University.
(2002-2008) College of Medicine, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.
Publications and Academic Training
Dr. Al-Keridy has authored a series of publications and conducted clenical and teaching sessions for medical students on clinical examination skills.