The Transplant Institute of Florida at Largo Medical Center
The Transplant Institute of Florida (TIF) at Largo Medical Center (LMC) was the first transplant program to open in Pinellas County in the spring of 2015. TIF has a diverse team of employees working the many facets of transplant, serving the needs of our community and beyond.
Hussein Osman Mohamed, MD
Chief of Transplant Program and Transplant Surgeon
University of Pittsburg
Medical University of South Carolina
Hussein Osman Mohamed, MD, the chief of the program at the Transplant Institute of Florida at Largo Medical Center. He is Board Certified in General Surgery and specializes in adult kidney, liver and Pancreatic, hepatobiliary, and other related surgeries. He came to Largo Medical Center in 2015 to develop the new Transplant Institute of Florida programs.
A native of Cairo, Egypt, Dr. Mohamed received his medical degree from Ain-Shams University Hospital. He completed his training and residency as a general surgeon in Egypt, and later moved to the US where he completed his Transplant and his Clinical Fellowship in Transplant Surgery. He is an affiliated Asst. Professor of Surgery at USF and NOVA University, and enjoys helping patients receive the best possible outcome.
Emad Kishi, MD
Mount Sinai Medical Center
Staten Island University Hospital
Dr. Kishi received his Doctor of Medicine Degree from the Aleppo University in Aleppo, Syria in 2001 and has over 17 years of diverse experience in Surgery. He Board Certified in General Surgery and specializes in Transplant Surgery. He is affiliated with many hospitals including St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center in Massachusetts, The Medical University of South Carolina, and Mount Sinai Hospital in New York.