Dr. Hani Sorour Returns to Practice Family Medicine in Virginia
Experienced family medical doctor Hani Sorour is now practicing medicine at Horizon Health Services
Williamsburg, VA (Vocus/PRWEB) December 29, 2010
Dr. Hani Sorour M.D., renowned family medicine practitioner has returned to practice at Horizon Health Services in Ivor, Virginia. He currently works as an out patient medical practitioner under George Coleman MD, Medical Director of the Horizon Health Services facility. As a family medicine practitioner, he provides primary care that is devoted to providing comprehensive health care to individuals and families of all ages and genders with a specialization in disease prevention and health promotion.
Dr. Hani Sorour has more than 13 years experience in the field, earning his medical degree from Cairo University in 1997. In 2004, he completed his postgraduate training at the Department of Family Medicine at the Health Science Center in Houston’s University of Texas. In addition to completing his postgraduate studies, he has been certified by the Family Medicine Board in 2008. He currently holds licenses to practice family medicine in Egypt, South Carolina, and Virginia. Other certifications for his position include:
ACLS: Expires: 12/2010
ATLS: Expires: 9/2012
ALSO: Expires: 8/2010
PALS: Expires: 9/2011
Aside from these certifications, he has also finished his introductory and advanced courses in Emergency Ultrasound. In addition to his certification across various medical boards, he also has two publications released for the medical community, including:
Sorour HM, Yee SB, Peterson NJ, Li FT, Macsai MS, Zhao XC, Yee RW. Recurrence of Chromosome 10 Thiel-Behnke corneal dystrophy (CDB2) after excimer laser Phototherapeutic keratectomy or penetrating keratoplasty. Cornea. 2005 Jan;24(1):45-50. PMID: 15604866 (PubMed – indexed for MEDLINE)
Sorour HM, Yee SB, Chuang AZ, Zhao XC, Yee RW. Epithelial Healing of Topical Levofloxacin, Gatifloxacin and Moxifloxacin after Photorefractive Keratectomy in Chickens and Relative Toxicity of Topical Levofloxacin, Gatifloxacin, Moxifloxacin and Ofloxacin on Human Corneal Epithelial Cell Culture.
He was an active family practitioner for several years in the Houston area before moving to his current residence in Virginia where he has practiced medicine since 2007. While working in Houston, he engaged in several public service activities throughout the years, including volunteering at the Children’s Festival for vision screening, offering Ophthalmologic screening at the International Festival, and Ophthalmologic screening for children at the Musem of Health and Medical science. These public service activities show Dr. Sorour’s commitment to family medicine and ensuring the well-being of vision in children in his community.
Aside from his publications and numerous public service activities, he is fluent in several languages, including Arabic and English. He has finished beginner’s and intermediate Spanish courses and is well on his way to becoming fluent in Spanish as a third language. Aside from speaking multiple languages, he has had much experience working with computers and is fluent and understanding in establishing electronic medical records.
He currently holds a United States citizenship and resides in Williamsburg Virginia. He can be contacted via his email address at email@example.com for any inquiries concerning his past employment, public service activities, or further employment opportunities in family medicine.
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