There are physicians in various medical specialties who also perform circumcisions. Some of them circumcise babies in private clinics, while some perform the circumcisions in brit halls or Shuls.
Though knowledge that a mohel is also a physician reassures many parents, medical training does not in actuality qualify a person to be a mohel or serve as a substitute for ‘work experience’. If you, therefore, choose a physician-mohel you must make certain that he also has significant experience performing circumcisions and that he is knowledgeable in the specifically Jewish laws of circumcision. Additionally, in order to be fit to perform a brit milah, the mohel must be Jewish, as well as religiously observant.