Dr. Eiman ElSayed
Pediatric Care of four Corners is proud to have Dr. ElSayed—“Dr. E“—as our Medical Director and Pediatric Doctor.
Dr. E earned her medical degree from the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Khartoum in Sudan. Upon completion of her program, she was selected for a competitive residency program in pediatrics at the Michigan State University at Hurley Medical Center in Flint/Michigan, where her clinical excellence and likable manner earned her ‘The Resident Investigational Award “and the “Apple Award“. Following her residency, Dr. E was then selected for a competitive fellowship program in pediatric infectious diseases at the University of Florida in Jacksonville. After a year of intense training, general pediatrics emerged as her primary passion. She has now practiced pediatrics for the past 15 years and has been board-certified since 2005.
Dr. E is pleased to bring her passion and experience to the residents of the Four Corners area where Polk, Osceola, Lake, and Orange counties meet. As a pediatric doctor, Dr. E is known for her compassion, loving, and caring relationship with her patients, Dr. E believes and strongly recommends that moms stay on top of their children’s well-visits for prevention, early detection of different medical conditions, and to provide a building block for a healthier adulthood.
Getting to Know Dr. E
What’s your medical specialty?
Where did you go to Med School?
Khartoum / Sudon
Where did you go for residency?
Flint / Michigan
Why did you become a pediatric doctor?
I love kids
How long have you been practicing?
Why should patients use you as their pediatric doctor?
I will treat you with compassion, respect, good bedside manners and good level of knowledge.
What hardships did you have to overcome during your pursuit of your career?
I had to live as a single mom with a child after moving to the N.S.
If you were not a doctor what would you do for a career?
What is your vision for your practice at Pediatric Care of Four Corners?
Growing the practice to serve a bigger population of patients.
What do you feel is the most important part about doctor / patient communication?
Good level of education, good bedside manners, and compassion.
What’s your favorite food?
Where were you born?
If you were stranded on a desert island what three things would you want with you?
Water, Food, Prayer’s rug
If you could have any superpower what would you choose?
What is your favorite flavor of ice cream?
What do you do in your free time?
If you knew that this was your last day on earth, how would you spend it?
Praying to God