Rudy Haddad, MD – Hormone Replacement Therapy

Haddad Urology Clinic – Located in Big Spring, Texas is a Premier Provider of Hormone Replacement Therapy. Meet Rudy Haddad, MD to start your journey today!

Simpatra™ – Certified provider in hormone replacement therapy since April 2019

The practice became to existence after the closure of the group practice and I felt like it was time after man years of practice and loyalty from my community to strike out on my own. We have been in solo practice successfully for 15 years and have seen the need of bio-identical hormone therapy become the forefront for many of our patients. We are proud to be able to offer the bio-identical hormone therapy to not only men, but to our women patients also. Our facility is located on the first floor of the West Texas Medical Plaza, we serve the greater west Texas area. Dr. Haddad is currently offering therapy to both of his male and female patients as a natural approach to hormone therapy.

About this Provider

Rudy I. Haddad, M.D., F.A.C.S is a board-certified Urologist and Fellow of the American Board of Surgeons. He is a well respected among his patients and colleagues in the west Texas area for his compassion and work ethic in the the field of Urology. Dr. Haddad was born in Alexandria, Egypt. He immigrated to the United States in 1975 where he began his residency programs. He met his wife Maureen Haddad in New York, they were married in January of 1976 and are still happily married today. They have three children together and eight grandchildren. Twin boys, Rudy M. Haddad, M.D. F.A.C.C and Christopher A. Haddad, M.D., F.A.C.C, practice Interventional Cardiology. And, their daughter, Maggie H. Beitler, Psy.D., also is a physician.

Undergraduate University: Bachelor of Science – Saint Mark's College 1967

Medical School: MB.ChB. – Faculty of Medicine, University of Alexandria 1974

Internship Hospital: Rotating Internship – Alexandra, Egypt 02/1974 - 01/1975;
Surgical Internship – Beekman Downtown Hospital, New York, NY 07/1975 - 06/1976

Residency Hospital: Columbia University Presbyterian Medical Center 07/1976 - 06/1977;
Geisinger Medical Center 07/1976 -06/1977

American Board of Urology