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Amjad Mreyoud, M.D., is board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine. Patient comments about him include:
"Dr. Mreyoud is professional, knowledgeable and has wonderful bedside manner. He listens, considers responses, takes time to explain what could be wrong and what the plan of care is. His staff called with test results in a timely manner."
"Dr. Mreyoud provided EXCELLENT service. First of all, he LISTENED to my concerns and didn't interrupt me or make me feel my input wasn't important. He was very professional, friendly, and based on the past colonoscopy/endoscopy he performed, we were pretty pleased with him and knew we could trust him. My primary care doctor referred me to him again this time and our doctor only sends us to the best! I would definitely recommend him to others. Thank you, Dr. Mreyoud!"
"He showed excellent listening skills while paying attention to my concerns. He spent enough time with me so that he could figure out my health issues and provide detailed feedback. I have already told two friends about him and they've made appointments as well."
"My experience was one of professionalism and satisfaction with appointments and followups. Dr. Mreyoud is an exceptional doctor that cares about his patients. He takes time to help alleviate my concerns about my medical problems. Also, he asks pertinent questions to make sure he understands what I am trying to articulate about my condition. He is an exemplary doctor that I am proud to say is an excellent provider with Utica Park Clinic."
"I could not have asked for a better doctor. Dr. Mreyoud gave me his full attention and dedication. I can't thank Dr. Mreyoud enough for his care."
Dr. Mreyoud graduated from Damascus University Medical School in 1999. He completed an internship at Tishreen Military Hospital, Department of Internal Medicine and Department of Surgery in 2001. He completed his residency at the University of Buffalo Division of Internal Medicine in 2006 and finished his fellowship at the University of Buffalo Division of Gastroenterology in 2009. He is a member of the American Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, the American College of Gastroenterology, the American College of Physicians, the Tulsa County Medical Society, the Oklahoma State Medical Association and the Arkansas-Oklahoma Endoscopic Society.
Dr. Mreyoud welcomes new patients and accepts most insurance plans, including Medicare and Medicaid. He has two office locations:
On the Hillcrest Hospital South campus at:
Utica Park Clinic
8803 S. 101st E. Ave. (near 88th & Mingo, just north of the hospital), Suite 255
Tulsa, OK 74133
On the Hillcrest Hospital Pryor campus at:
Utica Park Clinic
1301 NE 1st St., Suite 100
Pryor, OK 74361
For more information or to schedule an appointment at either location, call 918-294-6840 between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m., Monday through Friday.
I could not have a better doctor than Dr. Mreyoud. Very caring and very thorough.
— Diane Flynn
At age 73 I have been to more doctors, including specialists, than I can count. I was greatly impressed with Dr. Mreyoud. He asked me more questions regarding my health than any doctor whom I've ever seen. He typed every note into my electronic file, and listened attentively to everything I said. He also has a good bed-side manner. I'm so happy that I have lucked into having me for my new GI doctor.
— Marcella Pense
I found Dr. Mreyoud to be very interested in finding the solution to my physical issues. He was very informative & wanted me to be a part of that solution. He was very helpful, & recommended a procedure to explore the area affected. We will proceed. I would definitely encourage anyone seeking a good gastrointerologist to make an appointment with Dr. Mreyoud.
— Richard N McAfee
Very professional answered all my questions.i would recommend him very highly.
— Angie Smith
VERY PLEASED WITH THE VISIT---THE DR, LISTENED AND WAS VERY KIND AND CARING
— GM Houk
Appt. wasn’t rushed. He actually listened to me regarding my symptoms and concerns. He allowed me to participate in choosing the next step(s) of treatment to fix my problems instead of just telling me to increase my medication.
— Cindy Hart