Windham Hospital Welcomes Endocrinologist to Medical Staff
WILLIMANTIC, CT — June 24, 2009 – Following a lengthy search, Windham Hospital has a new endocrinologist on staff. Dr. Fadi Al-Khayer, who says he is “on a mission to change the lives of his patients in a positive way,” has opened the Connecticut Endocrinology Center in Storrs. Al-Khayer is board certified in Endocrinology, Internal Medicine, Diabetes and Metabolism, and Geriatric Medicine. He earned his degree from Tishreen University Medical School in Syria, and completed fellowships and residencies at the University of Michigan and Wayne State University. Complementing his degree-track experiences are a number of certifications in ultrasound, laboratory analysis, and dosimetry earned at the renowned Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota.
Familiar with the Northeastern Connecticut region, Dr. Al-Khayer chose Windham for the, “quality healthcare services they provide. Windham Hospital reaches out to the community with the most efficient and compassionate services. They make a real difference in people’s lives.” As an endocrinologist, Dr. Al-Khayer diagnoses and treats thyroid disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, parathyroid diseases, pituitary and adrenal disorders. His new office is located at 34 Professional Park Road (Route 44) in Storrs; phone him at 860-487-9102.
Announcing Al-Khayer’s arrival, President and CEO of Windham Hospital Dick Brvenik commented that “Dr. Al-Khayer is another wonderful addition to our care-giving family. We’re extremely pleased to welcome him to Windham Hospital.”
Windham Hospital is an acute care hospital—recently affiliated with Hartford Healthcare—and provides a wide range of health and community services to 19 towns in northeastern Connecticut. For more information about services and physicians, visit www.windhamhospital.org.