Not only a physician and family man, Dr. O’Neil is also an athlete and
a scholar; though, it has been a bit since he was the former. A native of
Hinesville, Georgia, he grew up in Binghamton, New York. While attending Hobart
College in upstate New York, he received his B.S. in Biology (being elected to
the Senior Honor Society) and started four years on the Statesman men’s
He attended medical school at the Albany Medical College in Albany, New
York and completed his residency in obstetrics and gynecology at the Stamford
Hospital in Stamford, Connecticut, and has been in private practice in Irving
since 1997 and at MacArthur OBGYN since 2011.
Dr. O’Neil is board-certified in obstetrics and gynecology, and he is
particularly interested in pelvic/vaginal reconstructive surgery, urogynecology
and minimally-invasive gynecologic surgery. He has plans to become
board-certified in female pelvic medicine/reconstructive surgery within the
He has incorporated into his practice the repair of vaginal defects and
urinary incontinence, and has experience in minimally-invasive gynecologic
surgery using laparoscopy, robotics and hysteroscopy.
As a physician, he’s most proud of being able to incorporate new
technology, such as the daVinci Robot, urethral slings and vaginal prolapse
kits, into his surgical practice; new technologies that continue to help him
improve the care he delivers to his patients and offer equal or better results
and quicker recovery times compared to older procedures, which required an
abdominal incision and a longer recovery time.
Since grade school, he knew he wanted to help others and the practice
of medicine always called to him. “When I see a woman suffering from pelvic
organ prolapse or urinary incontinence, and the discomfort, pain and
embarrassment that sometimes goes along with this, I find it very gratifying to
be able to correct the problem with medication, physical therapy or surgery and
give her a good result,” he said.
Dr. O’Neil and his wife, Jeanne, have three children, and he spends
most of his free time with them, watching their activities, and cheering and
coaching them in basketball and jogging.
Regarding Irving and serving patients at MacArthur, “I consider this
home and I feel truly blessed to have had the opportunity to come here and
serve the community and learn from and work with an outstanding group of
doctors and nurses.”Preferences§1234567890-=BackspaceTabqwertyuiopReturncapslockasdfghjkl;'\shift`zxcvbnm,./shiftEnglishDeutschEspañolFrançaisItalianoPortuguêsРусскийalt altPreferences