Sherif Ibrahim, M.D.

Baptist Medical Group - Hematology Oncology 

Dr. Sherif Ibrahim is a fellowship-trained member of Baptist Medical Group’s oncology team. He became an oncologist because he wanted to touch people’s lives and help them during a difficult time. You can count on Dr. Ibrahim to get to know you and treat you – the person – and not just the disease. He welcomes new patients in Pensacola and Gulf Breeze.

Medical Education

Alexandria University, Egypt


Internal Medicine, University of Arkansas for Medical Science
Little Rock, AR


Hematology-Oncology, University of Arkansas for Medical Science
Little Rock, AR

Board Certification

Internal Medicine

Additional Information

To learn more about Dr. Ibrahim and his medical oncology - hematology practice, please visit the practice page.

Dr. Ibrahim is an employed physician with Baptist Medical Group and serves as a physician within the Baptist Cancer Institute of Baptist Health Care. To learn more about the Baptist Cancer Institute, click here.

Meet your Doctor

What led you to become a doctor or choose your focus of medicine?
To touch people’s lives during a hard phase of their life. I lost my parents to cancer, so I understand the impact of the diagnosis and treatment on the patients and their families. It helps me to see the need of my patients and do my best to help them through this difficult experience.

What’s your proudest moment as a doctor?
When I help my patient to achieve his or her goal.

In your opinion, what’s the most important factor in a doctor-patient relationship?
Clear, constant and honest communication that leads to trust.

What do you find most encouraging about the work you do?
I am so encouraged by all the advances in the field of Hematology-Oncology – the new supporting drugs that help the patients tolerate the chemotherapy with minimal side effects, the new targeted therapy, and the advances in the diagnostic tools.

What are your top priorities with every patient you see?
To get to know the people I care for and meet. To treat the patients, not just the disease.