Dr. Mina Gerges is a board-certified internal medicine physician with Orlando Health Physician Associates Clermont Adult Medicine. He combines the latest scientific research, clinical expertise and medical advancements with a personalized approach to care for patients with common illnesses and complex diseases. He has a special interest in stroke, epilepsy, sleep disorders, hypertension and more. Treatments include:
- Providing urgent care and care for chronic problems
- General medical care
- Comprehensive adult care
- Solving complex diagnosis health problems
- Treatment of acute illnesses and injuries
- Scheduling, reviewing and interpreting diagnostic tests
- Preventative healthcare counseling
- Recommending adult preventative health screenings
- Occupational Medicine
About Internal Medicine
Internists are specially trained to solve diagnostic challenges and handle severe chronic illness, medically-complex conditions and end-of-life care. They provide comprehensive coordination of care with other physicians, healthcare professionals and hospitals to provide patient-centered care.
As a specialist in internal medicine, Dr. Gerges is dedicated to combining the recent scientific research and medical advancements with care for patients, ages 18 and older, who have a broad range of common and complex diseases and conditions. Through diagnosis, treatment and in-depth patient education, she actively involves patients in their care. He listens to each patient’s concerns and empowers them to make well-informed decisions and healthy lifestyle changes to achieve their best possible quality of life.
Dr. Gerges’ Training
Dr. Gerges earned his medical degree from Cairo University and completed his internship at Cairo University Hospitals and a residency in neurology at El Sahel Teaching Hospital, all located in Egypt. He also completed a residency in internal medicine at Orlando Health Orlando Health Regional Medical Center.
About Dr. Gerges
Prior to immigrating to the United States, Dr. Gerges practiced neurology for nearly five years. He is a member of the American College of Physicians and the American Epilepsy Society. He is fluent in both English and Arabic.
He has his bachelor’s degree in medicine as well as a master’s degree in neurology from Cairo University. Dr Gerges is also a certified physician by the Educational Commission for Foreign Medical Graduates. He completed his board exam in internal medicine in 2020.