Dr. Dadouch graduated from Damascus Medical School in 1989. After working as a research fellow At Harvard Medical School, he completed a Masters in Public Health at Boston University, and then started his postgraduate medical training in 1992 at Yale University. In 1999, after getting his board certification in Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine, Dr. Dadouch returned back to Damascus, his hometown, where he was practicing medicine. In 2011, Dr. Dadouch and his family returned to Texas. He was chosen as the medical director of the ED at Knapp Medical Center in Weslaco, TX until 2014, when Dr. Dadouch and his family moved to Austin. In his spare time, he enjoys the outdoors of Austin with his wife and two teenage children. His oldest daughter, Sarah is pursuing graduate studies in Journalism in Columbia University, while Zena, his second oldest, is doing a PhD in Counseling Psychology.