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Dr. Saria El Hachem
Family Medicine Specialist

Dr. Saria El Hachem is a Family Medicine Specialist graduated from the American University of Beirut Medical Center (AUBMC).

Dr. Saria completed her Doctor of Medicine at the Holy Spirit University of Kaslik in Lebanon on a comprehensive excellence scholarship. She then became a Family Medicine Resident and Specialist at the American University of Beirut Medical Center from 2013 – 2017. She also worked as a part of an outreach program with underserved patients in clinics and refugee camps in Lebanon. She volunteers at Byblos Friends Association to help refugees and needy patients medically.

Her most recent experience includes working as a Family Medicine Specialist at the Community Medical Center and the Medcare Hospitals and Medical Centers.

She is skilled in patient-centered and evidence-based medicine. She diagnoses and treats illnesses through a holistic approach.

Her scope of practice includes:

  • Acute illness management: infections, joints/back/neck pain, abdominal pain, headache, reflux disease, skin conditions, and allergies…
  • Chronic Disease Management: elevated blood pressure, elevated cholesterol, diabetes, asthma, migraine, thyroid disorders, anemia, vitamin deficiency…
  • Pediatric and Adult Vaccinations
  • Women’s Health, Cervical (Pap) Smears
  • Mental Health problems; Anxiety, Depression
  • Well-child visits and general pediatrics
  • Preventative Medicine & Cancer Screening
  • Eating disorders (anorexia, bulimia…)
Languages
English
Arabic
French
Educational Background
2013 – 2017
Family Medicine Resident
American University of Beirut, Lebanon
2006 - 2013
MD General Practitioner
Holy Spirit University, Kaslik, Lebanon
Experience
2018 – 2020
Family Medicine Specialist
Medcare Hospitals and Medical Centers
2017-2018
Family Medicine Specialist
Community Medical Center (CMC), Sharjah
2016-2017
Resident in charge at AUBMC Lebanon
Clinics in Beirut Lebanon
Memberships
American Academy of Family Physicians
Lebanese Order of Physicians
Middle East Eating Disorders Association