Mohammad Bilal, MD, DABR
|Facilities||Mather Interventional Radiology Associates|
|Languages||English and Urdu|
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Dr. Bilal, raised in Brooklyn, NY and Islamabad, Pakistan received his bachelor and medical degrees from Boston University. He completed a residency in Diagnostic Radiology at Long Island Jewish Medical Center in New Hyde Park, New York, where he served as junior and senior Chief Resident. He concluded his training with a Fellowship in Vascular and Interventional Radiology at Long Island Jewish Medical Center in 2004.
Dr. Bilal’s father was a physician and role model, always striving to advance healthcare resources to serve community needs. Today, Dr. Bilal, finds being a caregiver as an Interventional Radiologist highly rewarding, allowing him to be innovative, supportive, compassionate and highly skilled, using advanced imaging equipment in a less invasive way with minimal risks and quicker recovery times.
Dr. Bilal specializes in all aspects of Diagnostic and Interventional Radiology, with particular expertise in Oncologic Interventions, Women’s Health, and Spine Intervention. Using image-guided techniques, he performs minimally invasive targeted diagnostic and therapeutic procedures for various cancers in the liver, kidney, bone and lung. Additionally, he specializes in management of cancer related conditions such as fluid management, blood clots, and placement of venous devices for chemotherapy.
Dr. Bilal is the Program Director for the Integrated Interventional Radiology Residency Program at Mather Hospital, Northwell Health, since 2017. He is a core member of the Committee for Promoting Physician Excellence and has been involved in Medical Staff Leadership since 2015.
Personally, he shares that he is a huge Batman fan, and in that mirrored capacity, as a highly skilled individual and through dedicated training, wishes to be a hero to all his patients. “I wish to provide you the best patient experience and make a meaningful impact in your health care.”
Dr. Bilal enjoys watching movies, artwork and trying new foods. He is married with 4 children, and they love traveling the world and sharing new cultures and experiences together.