Mohamd I. Mubder, M.D.

Meet Dr. Mubder

Dr. Mohamd Mubder is a highly trained internal medicine specialist who treats men and women with a wide range of health conditions at HEALOR Primary Care in Las Vegas. Dr. Mubder specializes in providing comprehensive primary care services, including diagnosis and treatment for common ailments, conditions, and injuries. Dr. Mubder is skilled and experienced in diagnosing and treating conditions affecting the blood, kidneys, heart, digestive system, and respiratory system, as well as autoimmune conditions and disease prevention. Dr. Mubder enjoys getting to know each patient and actively listening to their concerns in order to offer the right diagnosis and care. His goal is to help patients manage and improve their health and quality of life by providing customized treatment plans that fit their specific needs.

Education and Training

Dr. Mubder earned his medical degree from the University of Baghdad College of Medicine in Iraq in 2008, followed by additional training and physician work at various hospitals in Iraq. In 2013, he completed two residencies in internal medicine and plastic surgery, respectively, at Al-Kadimiya General Hospital in Baghdad. Dr. Mubder moved to the U.S. where he worked as a medical scribe in Michigan before completing his residency training in internal medicine at the University of Nevada School of Medicine in Las Vegas.

Research and Recognition

Dr. Mubder is an award-winning researcher and leader who stays at the forefront of innovations and developments in his field. He has participated in and led numerous clinical studies with his work published in several peer-reviewed journals, including Saudi Journal of Gastroenterology, Indian Journal of Gastroenterology, and the journal Medicine. He has presented research to his colleagues at several past meetings of the American College of Gastroenterology.

Personal Life

In his free time, Dr. Mubder enjoys playing soccer, traveling, and cooking pasta.

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