Our Doctors

Dr. Fayez Guirguis, MD

Dr. Guirguis started his first practice in Park Slope Brooklyn in 1987. Dr. Guirguis graduated from Cairo medical school and went on to specialize in general surgery as well as extensive training in plastic and cosmetic surgery. He then found his passion in women’s health care and went on to complete his residency in OBGYN at Brooklyn Hospital. He has served Brooklyn NY area for the past 25 years. His goal has always been to provide compassionate and comprehensive care to patients. In addition to this he strives to meet individual needs of each patient. He dedicates his work to help women achieve optimal wellness at every stage of life. Are you searching for Gynecology Brooklyn? Doral Health and Wellness — Women’s Health Center is the best option for you.


Education and background

Hospital affiliations
New York-Presbyterian Hospital / Weill Cornell Medical Center
NewYork-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital
Board certifications
American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Education and training
Medical School – Cairo University Faculty of Medicine, Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
The Brooklyn Hospital Center, Residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology
Professional memberships
American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists
Awards and publications
Mentor of the Year 2009, 2012 Methodist Hosptial-NYP

Dr. Fayez Guirguis, MD


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