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Specialized in Geriatrics and Palliative Care
Dr. Salib is the President and CEO of Mobile Medical Providers.
Dr. Salib is a diplomat of the American Board of Internal Medicine, and, is a member of American Medical Association, American College of Physicians, and Columbia University Alumni Association. In addition to being an MD, he has received a Masters in Public Health, from the prestigious Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health.
Dr. Salib brings many years of medical experience focused on geriatrics, as he has trained at some of the top institutions in the East Coast including Top Trauma One Center in Long Island, NY, Mount Sinai Englewood Health Care System, and St. Barnabas Health Care System. He graduated at the top of his class and was Chief Resident, Faculty and Attending at Mount Sinai Health Care System in NY and NJ. He is currently Faculty and Attending at UCLA.
When you ask Dr. Salib why he became a doctor, he says one thing consistently: “I love my patients, and I wake up every morning enjoying what I do, which is a blessing each and every day.”
Specialized in Geriatrics, Oncology, and End of Life Care
Peter Wahba is a Physician Assistant, who earned his bachelor’s degree from UC Berkeley and his P.A. master’s degree from Western University.
Peter’s clinical interests include geriatric care, senior care, palliative care, oncology, and end of life care. He received his oncology training at MD Anderson, one of the leading cancer centers in the United States and received high honors. After his clinical training, he worked for Pacific Medical Group, a Hematology/ Oncology practice. He managed and evaluated cancer patients, served as a sub-clinical investigator for the UCLA Oncology Research Network, and had privileges at three different hospitals.
Peter Wahba currently specializes in internal medicine, more specifically geriatrics care in the home setting, senior living facilities, and skilled nursing facilities. Peter enjoys teaching patients about the problems, diagnosis, prevention, and treatment plans. He has a special interest in minor skin procedures, biopsies, injections, aspirations of abscesses, and managing patients who are receiving IV therapy for cancer and for dehydration and other immunological disorders. He also works well with other resources including home health, palliative care, and hospice care.
Our practice is also supported by RNs, LVNs, and Medical Coordinators who are crucial in management and coordinating care for patients wherever they call home.