When I take care of a patient, whether in the operating room or in the office, I treat them as I would treat my family. I strive for an environment of mutual respect and my highest priority is patient safety. - Dr. FATEH Entabi
Dr. Entabi graduated from medical School in Damascus, Syria, accepting scholarships to complete surgical rotations at Harvard Medical School and at Baylor College of Medicine. He completed two years of research at Harvard Medical School/ Massachusetts General Hospital, followed by a surgery internship at Mayo Clinic. Dr. Entabi then went on to complete his residency at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. During his training, he completed two years of research, receiving prestigious grants from the NIH and from the American College of Surgeons. Dr. Entabi has authored numerous publications in the fields of General Surgery and Vascular Surgery. He has also presented his work in numerous national and international surgical meetings and was awarded the American College of Surgeons Resident research scholarship. He is board certified and has hospital privileges at Tulare Regional Hospital and Mee Memorial hospital.