New family medicine physician joins ARH medical staff
Appalachian Regional Healthcare (ARH) has welcome Mayada Elian, MD, board certified in family medicine, to its medical staff.
Dr. Elian completed her residency in family medicine and served as chief resident at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center in McKeesport, Penn. Dr. Elian provides comprehensive quality healthcare for people of all ages, from newborns to seniors, offering annual wellness exams and school, sports and work physicals, childhood and adolescent immunizations, cold and flu treatment, women’s health, osteoporosis screening, and chronic conditions such as high blood pressure, diabetes and arthritis.
“We are very pleased to welcome Dr. Elian to our medical staff,” said Charles Lovell, Barbourville ARH Community CEO. “ARH continues to offer high-quality healthcare services by exceptional providers like Dr. Elian.”
As a family physician, Dr. Elian is trained to provide optimal medical care by looking at the whole person, rather than focusing on just one organ system. In addition to diagnosing and treating acute and chronic illnesses, Dr. Elian provides routine health screenings and counseling on lifestyle changes in an effort to prevent illnesses before they develop.
“Although Dr. Elian is new to the Tri-State community, her husband Omar Wattad, who is the top assistant coach for the men’s basketball team at Lincoln Memorial University, has been living in the community and is starting his fifth season with the LMU team,” said Michael Slusher, Middlesboro ARH Community CEO. “We are excited to have her here in Middlesboro and seeing patients at the new ARH Cumberland Valley Medical and Surgical Associates clinic.”
Dr. Elian is accepting new patients. Her office is located at 3504 West Cumberland Avenue, Middlesboro. Dr. Elian offers daytime and evening appointments. For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 606-248-0737.