Kamel Elzawahry received M.D. degree from Ain Shams University Cairo, Egypt 1969. He
completed internship and residency in internal medicine 1971. He was sent on a scholarship for
training to the United Kingdom in 1972 where he studied at Oxford University, Leicester University,
Edinburgh University, and the Midland Neuro Center. After this training he served on the staff at
University Hospital, West Indies. In 1976 he began neurology residency Hahnemann University,
Philadelphia Pennsylvania followed by Chief Resident Internal Medicine Muhlenberg Hospital,
Rutgers University, New Jersey.
He began his private practice in Panama City, Florida July 1980.
He is Diplomate American Board of Neurology and Psychiatry, Vascular Neurology, and Board
Certified Headache. Additionally, he is Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Pain Medicine, and
Tropical Medicine. He is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians and the American
Academy of Neurology.
His awards include the Merit Award of the Florida Medical Association,
Wall of Honor Gulf Coast Medical Center, Kenneth M. Viste Patient Advocate of American
Academy of Neurology, Bay Medical Center Community Service, and Gulf Coast Medical Center
Doctor of the Year.
He is an active member of the Florida Medical Association, Florida Society of
Pain Medicine, Florida Society of Interventional Pain Medicine, Florida Society of Neurology, and
American Academy of Neurology.
He has served as a member or chairman of the Florida Medical
Quality Assurance Committee, Florida Medical Association, Florida Society of Neurology, and Brain
and Spine / Headache Center. He served as Chair of the Department of Medicine Bay Medical Center
and Gulf Coast Medical Center, and has served on the Board at Health South Emerald Coast
Rehabilitation Hospital, as well as Chief of Staff Gulf Coast Medical Center. He is the founding
member of Bay Cares program in Bay County.