“It is a great honor to serve my patients and help them deal with the different aspects of kidney disease. I firmly believe in educating them about their illness and explaining treatment options to help them achieve the best outcome.”
– Dr. El-Ghoroury
Joined the St. Clair Nephrology Team: 1996
Dr. El-Ghoroury is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and its subspecialty board of Nephrology.
His medical degree is from AIN SHAMS University, Faculty of Medicine which is the largest educational medical institution in Africa and the Middle East. He completed his Internal Medicine residency at St. John and Medical Center and Nephrology Fellowship at University of Cincinnati Hospital in Ohio.
More About Dr. El-Ghoroury
He is Director of the Renal Transplant Medicine at St. John Hospital and Medical Center in Detroit.
- American Society of Nephrology
- American Medical Association
- American Society of Transplantation
- American College of Physicians
- International Society of Nephrology
- Role of Current Immunosuppressant Agents, Infectious Diseases in Clinical Practice
- Thymoglobulin Induction for the Double Avoidance of Steroids and Calcineurin Inhibitors in Living-related Kidney Transplantation
- Arterial Anastomosis Disruption in Two Kidney Recipients of Contaminated Grafts from a Donor With Gorham’s Syndrome
- Impact of Avoiding Loading Dose of Sirolimus on Wound Complication After Kidney Transplant. A Single Center Experience
- Baxiliximab Versus Thymoglobulin Induction for Steroid-Free Maintenance Immunosuppression in Live Kidney Transplant Recipients
- Safety and Efficacy of Steroid Avoidance and Calcineurin Withdrawal in Recipients of Living Unrelated Renal Allograft (LURA).
- Steroid Avoidance and Calcineurin Inhibitor (CI) Minimization in Recipients of Cadaveric Donor Renal Allograft (CRA): A Comparative Study
- Safety and Efficacy of Sirolimus, Low Dose Tacrolimus and Early Steroid Withdrawal in Patients with Cadaveric Renal Allographs: A Comparative Study
- Incidence and Risk Factors of Nocardiosis in Renal Transplant Recipients
- Safety and Efficacy of Calcineurin and Steroid Avoidance in Living Donor Renal Allografts