January 18, 2018
MISHAWAKA, Ind. – X-Ray Consultants (XRC) announced today that Ziad Fayad, M.D., has joined its team as a vascular surgeon. Dr. Fayad brings extensive expertise to the XRC team having trained in both vascular and general surgery in Lebanon, France and the U.S.
“Dr. Fayad brings a unique combination of excellent training and experience as a vascular surgeon that complements our team of subspecialty radiologists,” said X-Ray Consultants President Edward L. Yang, M.D. “His skill set will enable us to offer the most comprehensive, minimally-invasive vascular procedures along with the expertise of our interventional radiologists.”
Dr. Fayad earned his medical degree from Lebanese University in Beirut in his native country of Lebanon. He completed his first surgical residency programs at St. Georges Hospital in Beirut and St. Charles Hospital in Baabda, Lebanon. He then completed an additional residency that focused on thoracic and oncology surgery at University Hospital of Dijon in Dijon, France. His medical education then took Dr. Fayad to the U.S. where he completed a surgical residency at the State University of New York Downstate Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York. He did an additional surgical residency at New York Methodist Hospital in Brooklyn, New York, before completing his fellowship training in vascular surgery at the Jobst Vascular Institute in Toledo, Ohio.
In addition to his experience as a vascular surgeon, Dr. Fayad has co-authored several articles published in peer-reviewed journals in the U.S. and in France. He contributed pages to the book “Endovascular Interventions: A Case Based Approach” and has presented at medical conferences around the U.S.
Dr. Fayad is board certified in general surgery and vascular surgery and he is member of the American College of Surgery. He is also tri-lingual, Dr. Fayad speaks English, Arabic and French fluently. When he isn’t at work, Dr. Fayad can be found spending time with his wife and young son, as well as pursuing his passion for swimming and diving.