Provider Profile
El Tarabily

Dr. Mohammed El Sayed El-Tarabilly

Medical Oncologist

Dr. El-Tarabily comes to the Meredith & Jeannie Ray Cancer Center weekly from Cheyenne Regional Medical Center and he is a favorite with the patients and staff.

Dr. El-Tarabily is originally from Cairo, Egypt. He did his specialty training in Dayton, Ohio, at the Wright State University Good Samaritan Hospital program. He served for several years as the Cheyenne Regional Medical Center Principle Investigator for oncology clinical trials and was instrumental in developing the program. The Meredith and Jeannie Ray Cancer Center is fortunate to have such a wonderful provider.

Dr. El-Tarabily is extremely compassionate about his patients and feels that the patients are appreciative of their care here, because of the small business feel. Each patient is handled with the best care and our staff does a wonderful job of making everyone feel at home, the Ivinson way!

Specialties

  • Hematology
  • Oncology
  • MD - Ain Shams University - Faculty of Medicine
  • Internship - Ain Shams University Hospitals
  • Residency - Wright State University, Good Samaritan Hospital Program
  • Fellowship - Wright State University, Good Samaritan Hospital Program
  • Board Certification - Internal Medicine
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“I feel at home here. As a provider, I like the environment and I look forward to coming every week from Cheyenne. This Cancer Center fits me very well because of the employees and the patients. We can treat the patients and meet their individual needs with any medicine they need. As long as it is approved by the FDA we can offer it here, and just because we are a small Cancer Center doesn’t mean we can’t treat with the very best standard of care.”

Cheyenne Oncology & Hematology Associates 310 E. 24th St
Cheyenne, WY 82001
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