Keith Brill, M.D., FACOG, FACS

Meet Dr. Keith Brill

Dr. Keith Brill is board certified through the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. He was named as the first chief of staff for Henderson Hospital, which opened October 2016. He was the chair of OBGYN and maternal/child health at Southern Hills Hospital from 2005 – 2015. Dr. Brill has been an active leader in the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG). He is the chair of the Nevada section of ACOG and serves on the District VIII Advisory Council. Previously, he served as the junior fellow chair of the Armed Forces District, as well as the Air Force Section. He has also served on the ACOG National Committees on Patient Safety and Quality, as well as Governmental Relations.

Locally, Dr. Brill served as the 59th president of the Clark County Medical Society (CCMS). He is a co-chair in government relations for the Nevada State Medical Association (NSMA). He is currently on the CCMS Board of Trustees, as well as the NSMA Council. He is co-chair of NEMPAC, the PAC affiliated with the NSMA. Dr. Brill is also a graduate of Leadership Las Vegas, Class of 2015 (organized by the Las Vegas Metro Chamber of Commerce).

Dr. Brill has academic appointments at the University of Nevada School of Medicine in Las Vegas, NV, and Touro University Nevada College of Osteopathic Medicine in Henderson, NV as a clinical assistant professor. He has also served on the academic committee of the Society of OBGYN Hospitalists (SOGH).

Skills and Specialties

With nearly three decades of experience, Dr. Brill has established himself with many specialties in the area of women's health. In obstetrics, he has specialized skills in infertility, artificial insemination, high-risk pregnancy, amniocentesis, and childbirth (vaginally or C-section). As a gynecologist, he is very experienced in diagnosing premenstrual syndrome, menopause, pelvic pain, endometriosis, and more. He performs hysterectomies, laser surgeries, and tubal ligations. Dr. Brill is known as a compassionate OBGYN who treats patients with difficult health histories (including breast cancer).

Dr. Brill has also been trained through the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York, NY as a Conservative Mohel. He performs Bris ceremonies for the local community.


Dr. Brill received his medical degree and was inducted into the Alpha Omega Alpha Medical Honor Society at the University of Miami Leonard M. Miller School of Medicine in Miami, FL. He completed his residency training in obstetrics and gynecology at Sidney Kimmel Medical College at Thomas Jefferson University in Philadelphia, PA where he served as a chief administrative resident. He then reported to the Nellis Air Force Base here in Las Vegas, NV where he served as Women’s Health medical director and the chair of the Ethics Committee at Mike O’Callaghan Federal Hospital.

After separating from the Air Force as a major, Dr. Brill had always planned on moving back to the East Coast. However, the malpractice crisis in 2002 found south Nevada with a scarcity of physicians, all while the population was expanding like never before. Dr. Brill decided to stay in Las Vegas and has been in private practice since 2003.


Listening is probably the one skill that Dr. Brill cherishes most, especially when it comes to listening to his patients, as well as his wife and three children. Dr. Brill met his wife, Daniella, when they both worked at Mike O’Callaghan Federal Hospital at Nellis. Today, they have three wonderful children, and just like his job of delivering babies, they keep him busy at all hours. In whatever spare time he can find, Dr. Brill is an avid tennis player, SCUBA diver, and proud hockey and lacrosse dad. He also enjoys reading, traveling with his family, finding new restaurants, and whale watching (the orcas near Victoria, British Colombia are his favorite). 


"I can't believe there are no reviews for this doctor! I moved to California and miss him terribly! He did a great job with my health for the 10 years I was in Vegas. He got me through a diagnosis of PCOS, a miscarriage and a c-section. I can't even begin to say how much I trust this doctor. Extremely knowledgeable and takes the time to figure out your issues and ways to treat you."



"I met Dr Brill under unfortunate circumstances. I had been to an elective ultrasound where they could no longer find the baby so I made a last minute appointment and Dr Brill was the physician with an opening. Let me say that he was very professional and sympathetic to my situation. He begged the ultrasound tech to squeeze me in so we could get the best images possible.  Unfortunately the baby was absorbed and I was no longer pregnant. I also saw him weeks later for a follow up appointment in which he was very kind and took plenty of time to talk with me and answer questions. He is a very diligent and thorough doctor and I appreciated his bedside manner."



"Dr. Brill really came through for us. We had a problem with our first OBGYN and at the last month of my pregnancy Dr. Brill accepted us and provided excellent care. Most OBGYN would not do this however he was caring enough to help provide us with care. My husband and I are also physicians and we value good patient care. as provided by Dr. Brill. Thank you Dr. Brill"



"When I found out I was pregnant. I didn't like my original doctor. So I went to Women's Specialty Care and met him, I told him my history of miscarriages (i had 3) and told him I found out I had a blood condition, without a question he put me as high risk and prescribe me the medications I needed. That says a lot when you first meet a doctor."



"Dr. Brill was one of the doctors I saw during my pregnancy he ended up being the doctor that delivered my son and was real and to the point about what to expect when I saw him during the pregnancy. And when it came to delivering my son who was facing the wrong way he was straight forward and quick and got my son out safe."



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