Lebanese Named Top Doctor For 2015 (video)

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June 26, 2016

The Washingtonian Magazine recently named the best doctors for the year 2015 in Washington D.C., and Dr. Gaby Moawad (of Lebanese origin) was chosen as the top doctor in the field of Obstetrics and Gynecology!




The magazine conducted a survey of over 12,000 doctors with over 40 different medical specialties in the Washington D.C. and tri-state area to find out which doctors were the best in terms of patient care.

Dr. Moawad, who resides in Washington, completed his undergraduate medical studies at the Lebanese University, and went on to complete his residency at The George Washington University. In his final year of studies, he became the administrative chief resident. He has received many awards, including the AAGL award for excellence in endoscopic surgery.

The Lebanese-American offers a wide range of gynecologic services to his patients, which include treatment of menstrual disorders, treatment of endometriosis, and advanced gynecologic surgery.

A published author, and an expert in Robotic surgery, Moawad currently teaches the Masters “Advanced” Course in Robotic surgery to other Gynecologic Surgeons throughout the United States.

We love reading about the achievements that the Lebanese people accomplish throughout the world; they sure make us proud!

Source: Mondanite


 



 


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