For Dr. Brian Enggano, the most gratifying part of his work is his ability to touch lives, especially of those who need it most. This concept, providing world-class care and exceeding his patient’s expectations, is at the heart of the way he practices. It is this very approach in which he is building his care as a physician here at MacArthur.
Perhaps some of the passion he has for caregiving was instilled by his father, also a physician. Because of him, Dr. Enggano decided to pursue the practice of medicine, plus it’s a great combination for a lover of the sciences, which he excels at, and he feels makes him a better physician.
A native of the land of Graceland (Memphis), he grew up in Tupelo, Mississippi and migrated to the University of Mississippi (Ole Miss) for his undergraduate program. His med school days were spent at the University of Tennessee, which ultimately led to his OB/GYN residency at the prestigious University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (Parkland Hospital) where more than 13,000 deliveries occur yearly. He also received the prestigious Peggy J. Whalley Medicus Award from UT Southwestern Department of OB/GYN. This award is given annually to the “Most Outstanding Senior Resident” over the past 4 years.
His professional goal is to affect people’s lives for the better with the care he provides through his counsellorship with his patients. As such, to this point in his career, he considers becoming a physician his greatest success and his goal is and will remain to be a strong advocate for women’s healthcare. He serves as Vice Chairman of the OB/GYN Department at Baylor Scott & White at Irving and Board Member at Texas Health Surgery Center of Bedford.
“I love obstetrics and believe that birth is a natural process that I feel it is an honor to be a part of with every patient,” he said.
When not serving the needs of his patients, he’s exploring his adopted town of Dallas or on the court. He’s particularly fond of basketball, tennis and ultimate Frisbee. The Texas nature calls him, and he thinks the warmth here is especially pleasurable. If you ever find yourself in need of a conversation starter, you might be well suited to discuss the Arkansas Razorbacks, which are his parent’s alma mater; he’s fond of them, too.View all of Dr. Enggano’s blog posts
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