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About Us

Meet Dr. Abraham Alecozay

If you are looking for compassionate, patient-centered gynecological care, look no further than Women’s Health Specialists and Dr. Abraham Alecozay. Dr. Alecozay has been treating patients for many years and is bilingual. Thanks to his many treatment options and bedside manner, he’s earned the Patients’ Choice Award for many years.

Learn more about Dr. Alecozay’s experience and academic honors below. Then, when you are ready, give us a call to schedule an appointment. We are currently accepting new patients as well as most insurance plans, including Medicaid and Medicare.

Academic Appointments

• 2008 – Present: Chairman of By-Laws Committee, Southwest General Hospital, San Antonio, TX
• 2008 – Present: Credential Committee Member, Southwest General Hospital, San Antonio, TX
• 2007 – Present: Chairman of Board of San Antonio Physicians Group (Responsible for recruiting physicians in all specialties and introducing hospital services to the surrounding communities.)
• 2007 – 2009: Chairman of Quality Assurance, Southwest General Hospital, San Antonio, TX
• 2006 – Present: Board Member, Southwest General Hospital, San Antonio, TX
Honors, Grants, Scholarships
• 2014: Voted Top 10 Doctor in Texas
• 2009 – 2013: Voted Texas Favorite Physician, Patients’ Choice Award
• 1993: Recipient of Galloway Gynecological Oncology Fellowship, Sloan-Kettering Memorial Hospital, New York, NY
• 1994: Recipient of Felix Rutledge Gynecological Fellowship, UT MD Anderson Hospital, Houston, TX
• 1990: Honor in Surgical Oncology, Senior Elective, Texas Tech University Health Science Center (TTUHSC), Lubbock, TX
• 1990: Honor in Gynecological Surgical Pathology, Senior Elective at TTUHSC, Dept. of Pathology, Lubbock, TX
• 1989: Outstanding Student of the Year Award, Preventive Medicine and Community Health, Dept. of Preventive Medicine and Community Health, Texas Tech University (TTU) School of Medicine, Lubbock, TX
• 1989 – 1990: Co-Principal Investigator, Seed Grant at TTU School of Medicine, Dept. of OB/GYN, entitled “Prostaglandin and PAF Production by Endometriotic Cells Grown in Cultures,” Lubbock, TX
• 1989: Medical Student Research Scholarship Award at TTU School of Medicine, entitled “Plasma and Peritoneal Fluid Levels of CA-125 in Surgically Induced Endometriosis in Rabbits,” Lubbock, TX
• 1987 – 1989: Post-Doctorial Fellowships in World Health Organization, Special Program of Research, Development and Research Training in Human Reproduction grant to study the platelet-activating factor in the human endometrium (Dr. M.J.K. Harper, UT San Antonio)
• 1986: Graduate Faculty/Graduate Student Summer Research Grant, TTU Graduate School to study effect of cholecystokinin on plasma insulin levels and body weight in the rabbit
• 1982 – 1984: National Biomedical Student Scholarship Award in Immunology at UT El Paso to isolate, characterize and produce monoclonal antibody to fibrinogenolytic factor of Mojave rattlesnake
• 1976: Dean’s List, Incarnate Word College, San Antonio, TX
Society and Association Memberships
• Fellow of American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology
• Junior Member of Society of Gynecological Investigation (SGI)
• Tri-Beta National Biological Honor Society
• American Association for the Advancement of Science
• American Zoological Society
• Society for Reproductive Study
• American Fertility Society
• Endocrine Society
• Texas Medical Association
• Lubbock County Medical Society
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