Mohammed O. Najmi, MD FACP
Dr. M. Najmi, MD FACP, was born in Dhaka, Bangladesh. He received his MBBS degree from Sir Salimullah Medical College (Dhaka University) in 1984. He did his post graduate training in diabetes, endocrine and metabolic disorder at Birdem Institute, in Dhaka, Bangladesh. He was also a registrar of the Department of Medicine at a local teaching hospital in Dhaka, where he supervised resident physicians. He received his MD degree in the USA, did his internship at Rush Presbyterian- Westlake Internal Medicine Program, and lastly completed his residency at UMC, Las Vegas, Nevada. He was clinical assistant professor at the University ofNevada, School of Medicine. Dr. Najmi joined the Medical Group at Sun City in 2000. In addition, Dr. Najmi is board certified in Internal Medicine. Dr. Najmi is affiliated with local hospitals and actively participates in the leadership of these institutions. He was medical division director and chair person at the Mountain View Hospital. Currently, he is a member of the governing board of Mountain View Hospital.
Dr. Najmi was also medical director of different skilled health care facilities . At this time, he is the medical director at Heights of Summerlin, a skilled health care facility and nursing home. He was awarded Medical Director of the Year in the Southwest division of Life Care Center of America. He is an active member of the CHPR Clark County Medical Society. Dr. Najmi is married and lives with his wife and two children. He enjoys jogging, traveling, and reading.
Richard S. Teh, MD
Dr. Richard Teh is a board certified Internist who specializes in dealing with the prevention, diagnoses, and treatment of adult diseases. Dr. Teh had his residency training in Internal Medicine at Cook County Hospital in Chicago, IL. He also completed one year of fellowship in Endocrinology in the same hospital. He also had served as a civilian Internal Medicine Intern at 13th US Air Force Base in the Philippines prior to his immigration to USA. Dr. Teh completed a 2-year program in Functional Medicine through the Institute of Functional Medicine. Functional Medicine addresses the underlying cause of the disease using a science-based personalized approach that assesses and treats through individually tailored therapies to restore health and improve function. He is an avid supporter of Preventive Medicine with focus on wellness and health.
Cynthia E. Teh, MD
Dr. Cynthia Teh was born in Manila, Philippines and has immigrated to USA since 1985. Dr. Teh graduated from the University of Santo Tomas, the oldest university in the Far East, built since 1611~ and received both her Bachelor Degree in Medical Technology and Medical Degree. She completed her internship and residency training in Cook County Hospital in Chicago, IL. Dr. Teh was certified by American Board of Internal Medicine, and currently due for re-certification. Dr. Cynthia Teh has been a resident and active participant in healthcare in the Las Vegas community since 1997. She is one of the physicians in Las Vegas area that utilize an integrative approach to management of chronic medical conditions. She had attended and completed the Institute of Functional Medicine courses. This unique approach to the management of chronic diseases has allowed her to achieve greater success and satisfaction in her medical career. She is a great believer that proper nutritional support and lifestyle changes can actually impact, even prevent, ALL chronic diseases.
Leonardo A. Gan-Lim, MD
Dr. Leonardo A. Gan-Lim graduated from Eastern University Medical School in 1988. His premedical course is B.S. Medical Technology from the same school. Dr. Gan-Lim did his Internal Medical residency training at the University of Maryland’s Maryland General Hospital Program from 1992 through 1995. He also did additional training in geriatrics at Loyola University in Chicago, IL and in rehabilitation medicine at Barnes Jewish Hospital and Medical Center in St Louis, MO. He is interested in interpretive medicine combining both conventional and supplemental medicine.