Marwan Shaykh, M.D.
Meet Dr. Shaykh! Marwan Shaykh, M.D., Board Certified Reproductive Endocrinologist Infertility Specialist program director, is widely
recognized as a pioneer in the field of reproductive medicine. Dr. Shaykh was listed as a “Top Doc” by both the Jacksonville Magazine and The Roanoker, in issues dedicated to highlighting leading physicians and cutting edge technology.
Dr. Shaykh is passionately involved in educating both the medical community and patients about infertility. He has spoken at numerous conferences held with the purpose of updating physicians about advances in infertility treatment, and from 1992 to 1998, he published Fertility Perspectives, a newsletter that provided patients with medical information on infertility. He has recently designed an innovative catheter for the implantation of embryos, which is now being presented to the medical community at various conferences. Dr. Shaykh has assisted in the successful pregnancies that have resulted in more than 1,000 healthy babies!
We invite you to take a look at Dr. Marwan Shaykh’s extensive qualifications below, including education, training, professional organizations, and publications, then contact the Assisted Fertility Program in your area to schedule an appointment. Dr. Shaykh was among the first reproductive endocrinologists to practice in Florida.
The reproductive endocrinology infertility practice of Dr. Marwan Shaykh serves two locations, north Florida and southwest Virginia. Both our Florida and Virginia infertility clinic locations use the same skilled endocrinologist,infertility specialist, and offer a full array of advanced reproductive technologies (ART) to help female and male infertility patients. We are committed to providing the most current medical and scientific services available in an environment of compassion and emotional support. To further assist you during your course of treatment, Dr. Shaykh and nurses are available to assist you 24 hours if needed.
The Assisted Fertility Program’s main infertility clinic office, located in North Florida, was the first fertility reproductive endocrinology program established in 1985. Our offices are conveniently located across from the Lewis-Gale medical center, so infertile couples in Southwest Virginia may no longer need to travel outside of the area for specialized infertility services.
In addition to our IVF program we feature a highly successful donor egg program. Dr. Shaykh is also an expert at tubal reversal surgery. We offer low cost discounts for IVF and tubal reversal surgery.
American University of Beirut
American University of Beirut
- Greater Baltimore Medical Center, Department OB/GYN
- Chief Resident, 1980-1981
- SUNY, Upstate Medical Center, Syracuse, NY
- Fellow in High Risk Gynecology, 1981-1982
- University of Miami School of Medicine, Department OB/GYN
- Fellow in Reproductive Endocrinology, 1972-1984
Professional and Honorary Societies
- Fellow, American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology
- Member, Johns Hopkins Medical and Surgical Association
- Member, American Society of Reproductive Medicine
- Member, Florida Society of Obstetrics and Gynecology
- Past President, Florida Society of Reproductive Endocrinologists
- Member, Florida Medical Association and the American Medical Association
- Member, Duval County OB/GYN Society
- Member, Society of Reproductive Surgeons
- Member, Society of Reproductive Endocrinology
- Member, Society of Assisted Reproductive Endocrinology
- Recognized by the Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare
- Awarded, 2015 Best of Jacksonville Award for Gynecology and Obstetrics Physicians
- Learn about Dr. Shaykh’s cutting edge research here.
College of American Pathologists (CAP) Certification
Our reproductive endocrinology laboratory has been certified by CAP as meeting the highest standards in quality for a laboratory. CAP is a national accreditation agency responsible for overseeing the performance of many types of laboratories. CAP certification requires on premises laboratory inspections and rigid adherence to quality control standards.