Hisham Elsherbiny, MBBCh
Dr. Elsherbiny has been fascinated by the kidneys since he joined medical school at University of Mansoura in Egypt with early exposure to patients with kidney disease in the famous Kidney Center in Mansoura. Dr. Elsherbiny enjoyed building long term relationship with his patients while maneuvering through the multiple complex issues related to kidney disease.
After medical school; Dr. Elsherbiny joined Mayo clinic to further study predictors of kidney kidney disease in healthy population. Dr. Elsherbiny presented there work on multiple national meeting and high impact medical journal. Dr. Elsherbiny was appointed as clinical instructor of medicine in Mayo Clinic for his endeavors in teaching medical students and residents. He continues to be passionate about education and is involved in nephrology teaching for medical residents in Good Samartian Hospital.
Dr. Elsherbiny has been taking part in the Nephrology education and Nephrology research committees at Mayo Clinic. He was also part of the critical care committee at Norton Hospital in Louisville KY, in addition to giving multiple talks to help with the education of critical care team.
Dr. Elsherbiny and his team believe in patient-centric care where patients’ need comes first with special emphasis on patient education and patient-physician shared decision making.
Dr. Elsherbiny has particular interest in glomerulonephritis, monoclonal diseases of the kidney, polycystic kidney disease, and home dialysis.
In his spare time Dr. Elsherbiny enjoys playing chess, reading, watching movies and spending quality time with his family and two kids.
- Internal Medicine
- Certified Hypertension Specialist
University of Missouri at Kansas City School of medicine (UMKC-SOM)
Faculty of Medicine Mansoura University
- American Society of Nephrology
- National Kidney Foundation NKF
- Renal Physician Association RPA
- Renal Pathology Society RPS
Additional areas of clinical expertise, training, subspecialty certifications, or interests
- Monoclonal diseases of the kidney
- Polycystic kidney disease
- Reistent Hypertension
- Kidney stone prevention
- Home dialysis
- critical care nephrology