Primary Office

Address:
Miami Associates in Pediatric Surgery, PA
3200 SW 60th Court #201 - Pediatric Surgery
Miami, FL 33155
Phone Number: 305-662-8320

Additional Office

Address:
20295 NE 29 Place, Suite 300
Aventura, FL 33180
Phone Number: 305-662-8320

Additional Office

Address:
13400 SW 120 St, Suite 201
Miami, FL 33186
Phone Number: 305-662-8320

Education

Residency - Hospital of St. Raphael
Research Fellow - Massachusetts General Hospital
Fellowship - Nicklaus Children's Hospital
Medical School - Damascus University

Board Certifications

American Board of Surgery (Gen Cert in Surgery) - Certified
American Board of Surgery (Pediatric Surgery) - Certified


Director, Pediatric Surgery Fellowship Program

Fuad Alkhoury, MD is part of the Division of General & Thoracic Surgery at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital.  Dr. Alkhoury, obtained his medical degree from the University of Damascus School of Medicine, where he later completed an internship in general surgery. Anxious to pursue a course in postdoctoral surgical research, Dr. Alkhoury accepted a position at Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School. He then went on to complete his general surgery residency at Hospital of Saint Raphael, Yale University School of Medicine. Upon completion, he accepted a position as a pediatric surgical fellow at Nicklaus Children’s Hospital, then known as Miami Children’s Hospital, Florida International University School of Medicine.


Dr. Alkhoury is Board certified in General and Pediatric Surgery.  He is a member of many professional societies and has authored many research articles and presented in national and international meetings. Although Dr. Alkhoury is well versed in all aspects of pediatric surgical care, he has a special interest in hepatobiliary and intra-thoracic pathology, neonatal and fetal medicine with focus on minimally invasive approach.  In addition to the above, Dr. Alkhoury pioneered pediatric robotic surgery in South Florida. 


Publications

Totapally, A., Martinez, P., Raszynski, A., Alkhoury, F., et al (2020). Do Racial/Ethnic and Economic Factors Affect the Rate of Complicated Appendicitis in Children? . Surgery research and practice, 2020(), 3268567. View in Pubmed

Rosales-Velderrain, A., Alkhoury, F. (2017). Single-Port Robotic Cholecystectomy in Pediatric Patients: Single Institution Experience. Journal of Laparoendoscopic & Advanced Surgical Techniques, 27(4), 434-437. View in Pubmed

Mohammed Ilyas, M.I., Tieman, J., Alkhoury, F. (2015). Laparoscopic single stage procedure for perforated choledochal cyst. Journal of Pediatric Surgery Case Report, 3(), 436-439.

Sasson, M., Flippin, J.A., Birken, G., Alkhoury, F. (2015). Surgical intervention for Kasaback-Merrit Syndrome: A case report. Journal of Pediatric Surgery Case Report, 3(), 462-465.

Alkhoury, F., Diaz, D., Hidalgo, J. (2015). Acute acalculous cholecystitis (AAC) in the pediatric population associated with Epstein-Barr Virus (EBV) infection. Case report and review of the literature. International Journal of Surgery Case Reports, 11(), 50-52. View in Pubmed

Rosales-Velderrain, A., Betancourt, A., Alkhoury, F. (2014). Laparoscopic repair of duodenal atresia in a low birth weight neonate. The American Surgeon, 80(9), 834-835. View in Pubmed

Davis, J.S., Alkhoury, F., Burnweit, C. (2014). Surgical and anesthetic considerations in histrelin capsule implantation for the treatment of precocious puberty. Journal of Pediatric Surgery, 49(5), 807-810. View in Pubmed

Alkhoury, F., Knight, C., Stylianos, S., Zerpa, J., Pasaron, R., Mora, J., et al (2014). Prospective comparison of nonnarcotic versus narcotic outpatient oral analgesic use after laparoscopic appendectomy and early discharge. Minimally Invasive Surgery, 2014(), . http://www.hindawi.com/journals/mis/2014/509632/

Alkhoury, F., Kyriakides, T.C. (2014). Intracranial Pressure Monitoring in Children With Severe Traumatic Brain Injury: National Trauma Data Bank-Based Review of Outcomes. JAMA Surgery, 149(6), 544-548. View in Pubmed

Rodriguez, M.A., Alkhoury, F., Malvezzi, L., Diaz, A. (2013). Conn syndrome and Crohn disease in a pediatric case: an interesting parallel. Journal of Pediatric Endocrinology and Metabolism, 26(1-2), 155-159.

Alkhoury, F., Martin, J. (2012). Case report: Complex Retroperitoneal Herniation after Abdominoperineal Resection. International Journal of Surgery Case Report, 3(12), 584-586. View in Pubmed

Alkhoury, F., Malvezzi, L., Knight, C.G., Diana, J., Pasaron, R., Mora, J., et al (2012). Routine same-day discharge after acute or interval appendectomy in children: a prospective study. Archives of Surgery, 147(5), 443-446. View in Pubmed

Alkhoury, F., Burnweit, C., Malvezzi, L., Knight, C., Diana, J., Pasaron, R., et al (2012). A prospective study of safety and satisfaction with same-day discharge after laparoscopic appendectomy for acute appendicitis. Journal of Pediatric Surgery, 47(2), 313-316. View in Pubmed

Colwick, S.E., Alkhoury, F., Martin, J.T., Ferneini, A.M. (2011). Abdominal aortic aneurysm repair complicated by infection with Clostridium septicum. Annals of Vascular Surgery, 25(6), 839 e11-e13. View in Pubmed

Alkhoury, F., Helton, S., Ippolito, R.J. (2011). Cost and clinical outcomes of laparoscopic ventral hernia repair using intraperitoneal nonheavyweight polypropylene mesh. Surgical Laparoscopy, Endoscopy & Percutaneous Techniques, 21(2), 82-85. View in Pubmed

Alkhoury, F., Courtney, J. (2011). Outcomes after severe head injury: a National Trauma Data Bank-based comparison of Level I and Level II trauma centers. The American Surgeon, 77(3), 277-280. View in Pubmed


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