Elias N Maroun, MD
|Wednesday||9:00 am - 12:00 pm|
About the Doctor
Specialty: Infectious Disease
Medical School: Lebanese University and School of Medicine, Beirut Lebanon
Residency: Internal Medicine, Staten Island University Hospital, Staten Island, New York
Infectious Disease and International Medicine
University of Florida, Tampa, Florida. Clinical and research affiliations with Tampa General Hospital,
James A Haley VA Hospital
Moffitt Cancer Center
Hillsborough County Health Dept.
Position: Physician at Lakeview Healthcare System specializing at Infectious Disease Medicine.
Board Certified in Infectious Disease
Board Certified in Internal Medicine
Honors And Awards: Excellence Award, Staten Island University Hospital, New York
Articles and Publication:
Published with colleagues
Mycobacterium Tenosynovitis with Rice bodies. (2013)
Polygenic Liver Abscess Due to Fusobacterium Mimicking Metastatic Liver Malignancy (2012)
Central Florida Health Alliance
Leesburg Regional Medical Center
The Villages Regional Hospital
Languages: English, Spanish, French, Arabic and Greek
Dr. Maroun enjoys his time off traveling the world and getting to know different cultures and people. One would be surprised to know that he speaks 5 languages. He feels that this brings him closer to as many people as possible and helps him understand their culture and communicate with them on a deeper level. His passion is HIV disease and he gives his best to his patients to help them battle this disease and morally support them throughout their journey. He takes his Infectious diseases very seriously but on the other hand, he knows how to keep things light with a unique sense of humor. He is very passionate about the fitness world and alternates between Cross fit, Boxing and weightlifting. He tries to eat clean but has 5 cheat days per week! His favorite cuisine is Lebanese but one could say that he is biased. Finally, he is very sociable and likes to spend quality time with friends and family.