Originally from Porterville, California, Abbas Hasnain, M.D., J.D., is a well-trusted and highly-trained internal medicine physician serving the southern San Joaquin Valley. Dr. Hasnain, or “Dr. H” to his patients, provides up to date medical care for his local community and feels grateful doing so.
Dr. Hasnain attended the University of California, Berkeley, where he completed his Bachelor of Arts in Integrative Biology. Dr. Hasnain went on to earn his law degree at the Trinity School of Law in Orange County, California. Dr. Hasnain worked briefly as a law clerk before deciding to continue his education by attending medical school at the UAG/New York Medical College MD Program.
He completed a pre-internship program at New York Medical College in Valhalla, New York, before moving on to the University of California, San Francisco, Fresno Program, to complete his residency training in internal medicine. Dr. Hasnain also gained valuable experience working in a Level 1 trauma center at Community Regional Medical Center in Fresno and the VA Hospital of Central California.
Dr. Hasnain is a member of the American College of Physicians, California Association of Long Term Care Medicine, & Tulare County Medical Society. Throughout his education, Dr. Hasnain published numerous research articles on a wide range of conditions. Dr Hasnain continues to practice inpatient medicine at local hospitals in the area and is also the medical director for various Hospice and rehabilitation facilities.
Dr. Hasnain speaks fluent English, Punjabi, and Spanish.
Dr. Shada Attraplsi received her medical degree from University of Tripoli School of Medicine in Tripoli, Libya in 2001, where she gained valuable experience in dermatology and internal medicine practice in one of the main hospitals in Libya. She received her master degree in clinical research and science from Rush Medical Center in Chicago, IL in 2014. She completed her residency in internal medicine at Marshall University medical center in 2017. She currently works as a Licensed Hospitalist at a level 1 trauma center, a community regional medical center (CRMC). She is a professional behavior chair and peer committer reviewer at CRMC. She is a dedicated clinical educator, assistant professor and faculty at California Health Sciences University, CA where she teaches medical students.
As a clinical researcher, Dr. Attraplsi published numerous research articles on a wide range of conditions. She has engaged in the best of what modern medicine can offer. Dr. Attraplsi is a Functional Nutritional Counselor and Environmental Toxin Counselor as her passion is to bring an integral approach to patient care and provide you with a refreshing perspective on the art of medical practice with compassion and a new level of consciousness.
Dr. Attraplsi speaks fluent English and Arabic.
Dr. Nguyen is originally from Southern California. He attended the University of California, Irvine for undergraduate where he completed his Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences. He went on to earn his medical degree from New York Medical College in 2016. Thereafter, he went back to California and finished his residency training in Psychiatry at University of California Irvine Medical Center. After completion of his residency training, Dr. Nguyen has worked in many settings including outpatient services in the County Of Orange, County HIV clinic, and Illumination Foundation Medical Group, where he treats the underserved population with severe and persistent mental illness. He currently serves as a consultation psychiatrist for Sierra Care facilities.
Dr. Baloch graduated from the Ain Shams University Facility of Medicine in Abbasia, Cairo, Egypt in 1981. He currently lives and works in Porterville, CA where he specializes in Internal Medicine, Hematology and Oncology. Dr. Baloch has over 36 years of experience as a MD and is affiliated with Sierra View Medical Center in Porterville, CA.