Thursday, 18 November 2021 14:10

Saratoga Hospital Continues to Expand Primary Care Team

SARATOGA SPRINGS — Drs. David Mobarek and Yasmin Mohamed have joined Saratoga Hospital Medical Group Primary Care – Wilton. The practice now has 14 providers who see patients of all ages.

“Despite a highly competitive environment, we continue to attract skilled, compassionate young physicians to our team – and that’s great news for our community,” said Richard Falivena, Vice President and Chief Medical and Physician Integration Officer at Saratoga Hospital. “Every time we add a primary care provider, more people have access to the comprehensive health services that can have the greatest impact on health and quality of life.” 

Mobarek came to Saratoga Hospital after falling in love with the Capital Region during a residency in family medicine at Ellis Medicine in Schenectady. A graduate of New York’s Stony Brook University, Mobarek earned his medical degree from American University of Antigua College of Medicine. He is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine. 

Prior to joining Saratoga Hospital, Mohamed practiced family medicine for five years at Northwell Health on Long Island, where she also served as a regional medical director. She grew up in Clifton Park and, after college, returned to the region to pursue a master’s in clinical leadership in healthcare management from Union Graduate College in Schenectady (now Clarkson University). From there Mohamed went on to earn a medical degree from New York College of Osteopathic Medicine. 

She completed a residency in family medicine, including one year as a chief resident, at Northwell Health Plainview Hospital. Mohamed is board certified by the American Osteopathic Board of Family Physicians and is a member of the American Academy of Family of Family Physicians and the American Osteopathic Association. 

Mobarek and Mohamed see patients at 3044 Route 50, Saratoga Springs. For an appointment, call 518-886-5800. To learn more, go to primarycareWilton.org. 

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