Emad Shoukry, MD, is a board-certified gerontologist who practices at the Center for Healthy Aging at UT Health North Campus Tyler. “I chose to specialize in geriatrics because it is truly gratifying. Little changes in a geriatric patient can significantly improve his or her quality of life.”
While Dr. Shoukry sees geriatric patients from various backgrounds, he is especially skilled in treating patients with dementia syndromes, delirium in the elderly, postmenopausal urinary problems and patients with recurring falls.
He earned his medical degree from Ain Shams School of Medicine in Cairo, Egypt, and completed an internal medicine internship and residency at the Newton Wellesley Hospital in Newton, Massachusetts, where he was also the chief resident. Dr. Shoukry also completed a geriatric fellowship from the University of Maryland in Baltimore.
He is fluent in English, French and Arabic. His personal interests include spending time with his family.
American Board of Internal Medicine, Board Certification
American Board of Geriatric Medicine, Board Certification
American Board of Hospital Medicine, Board Certification
Geriatric Fellowship: University of Maryland, Baltimore
Internal Medicine Internship & Residency: Chief Resident, Newton Wellesley Hospital, Newton, Massachusetts
Internal Medicine Residency: Saint Antoine School of Medicine, Paris, France
Doctor of Medicine: Ain Shams School of Medicine, Cairo, Egypt
American College of Physicians, Member
American Geriatric Society, Member