Dr Mohamed underwent extensive general surgical and urological training in Egypt, England and the U.S. in major university hospitals for ten years. He is an expert in the medical and surgical treatment of benign and malignant disorders of the kidneys, bladder, prostate and male genital organs including kidney stones, kidney, bladder and prostate cancer, erectile dysfunction, urinary incontinence and female prolapse. He strives to introduce the latest technology to his patients and the community he serves. Through the years, he has been a pioneer in introducing the latest technology to Johnston County including the same-day surgery concept and robot-assisted surgery. He was the first surgeon to perform penile implant and robot-assisted surgery at UNC Health Johnston. His philosophy is to treat patients the way he would like to be treated. He engages his patients and their families in the decision-making process of the treatment plan.
Urology residency, three years at Graduate Hospital of University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA; General surgery residency, two years at University of Connecticut Medical school Hospital, Hartford, Connecticut; Orthopedic residency, one year, at Southend-On-Sea hospital, England; General surgery residency, four years, at Cairo University Medical School Hospital, Cairo, Egypt