Omid Nikrouz is an award-winning, dedicated internist working in New York, NY. He earned his medical degree from Universidad Autonoma De Guadalajara in Mexico and completed the Fifth Pathway Program at New York Medical College. Dr. Nikrouz completed his residency at the Methodist Dallas Medical Center. He is Board-certified in internal medicine.
Dr. Nikrouz provides general internal medical care for everything from annual exams to vertigo, allergies, and arthritis. He also performs vaccinations, Botox and filler treatments, cancer screenings, and illness. He is certified to examine commercial drivers and vessel masters, athletes, and overseas workers.
In addition to his medical practice, Dr. Nikrouz holds an associate academic professor’s position at Touro School of medicine and acts as a senior medical correspondent for the Telemundo NY television channel. He is fluent in English, Spanish, Hebrew, and Farsi, and he is also active in conducting research in his field.
Medical School - Universidad Autónoma de Guadalajara Facultad de Medicina
Methodist Health System, Dallas, Residency in Internal Medicine
American Board of Internal Medicine
Awards and Publications
Omid Nikrouz, MD. Leigh Hunter, MD. The New Great Imitator: Isolated Hepatic Tuberculoma Masquerading as Hepatocellular Carcinoma, Abstract; accepted for presentation at SCCM's 40th Critical Care Congress, San Diego Fall 2010. Omid Nikrouz, MD. Leigh Hunter, MD. Niels J Dyrved, MD. Tuberculoma and Caseating Hepatic Granulamatosis Due to Mycobacterium Tuberculosis: A Case Report Continuing Medical Education Journal of Dallas Methodist Hospital. September 2009. Omid Nikrouz, MD. Roberto Collazo Maldonado, MD. Lupus Membranous Glomerulonephritis in a seronegative Patient. Continuing Medical Education Journal of Dallas Methodist Hospital. April 2009. Omid Nikrouz, MD. Hetendra Makanbhai, MD. Inna Shmerlin, MD. Rajiv Pandit, MD. Treatment of Diffuse large B cell lymphoma in a seropositive HIV patient. Case Report. Continuing Medical Education Journal of Dallas Methodist Hospital. December 2008. Pulmonary and neural lesions induced by nasal instillation of silica in autoimmune prone mice. Submitted abstract, FASEB, Spring 2003 Advisor: Dr. Susan Prattis. Yeshiva University