|Baylor College of Medicine||residency||Obstetrics & Gynecology||1971|
|Indiana University School of Medicine||university||Doctor of Medicine||1967|
Dr. Edward Yosowitz is the founder of the Women's Specialists of Houston in 1994. He was born and raised in Vincennes, Ind., and graduated from Indiana University for both his medical and undergraduate degrees. He went on to complete his training in obstetrics and gynecology at Baylor College of Medicine in 1971. After residency, Dr. Yosowitz served as a Major in the Air Force from 1971 to 1973.
Dr. Yosowitz currently holds the position of clinical associate professor at Baylor College of Medicine, and is a member of numerous professional organizations. He has been a board-certified fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology for more than 35 years, practicing at several hospitals in the Texas Medical Center.
He has been a recipient for the Top Doc award for both Houston Magazine and Texas Monthly, for 5 years running. He mentors young doctors and undergraduate pre-med students. He has also served on the Texas governor appointed DADS committee.
His special interests include all sports, but his passion is golf. He recently began writing children's books and music. "Punky's Adventure," is the first of his trilogy called Pumpkin Patch stories, with all proceeds from the sales donated to charity.
Dr. Yosowitz is active in the Jewish Community and was the recipient of the prestigious Maimonides Israeli Bond Award in 2000. He and his wife Brenda have been married for more than 51 years and have 4 daughters and 10 grandchildren. Dr. Yosowitz thoroughly enjoys his life's work and has no plans to retire in the near future. He hopes to continue taking care of patients at The Women's Specialists of Houston at Texas Children's Pavilion for Women for many years to come.