The American Health Council recognizes Mahboob Quaderi, MD as “America’s Best Doctor” for his outstanding contributions to the medical field. A physician at the University Suburban Health Center — a practice within the University Hospitals system — in South Euclid, Ohio, Dr. Quaderi oversees the individual practice. He provides exemplary care to his patients, honoring each patients’ dignity and beliefs along the way. While he has held his current role for over five months, Dr. Quaderi has spent 37 years in the healthcare industry garnering comprehensive skills and knowledge in internal medicine, chronic disease management and prevention.
Dr. Quaderi’s father, Dr. Mazhar Ali Quaderi, was a reputable physician and was considered a legend in medicine, as he was the vice chancellor of the first medical university in his native country. Committed to maintain his father’s legacy, Dr. Quaderi decided to pursue a career in the medical field. He enrolled at Dhaka Medical College in Bangladesh and earned a medical degree in 1980. He later completed an internal medicine by examination fellowship at the Bangladesh College of Physicians and Surgeons and relocated to the United Kingdom to complete a gastroenterology fellowship at the Radcliffe Infirmary through Oxford University in 1992. By 1996, he completed an internal medicine residency at St. Luke’s Hospital in Cleveland.
Committed to providing high-quality care to his patients, Dr. Quaderi is an advocate for shared decision-making between a doctor and patient. He believes that all patients have the right to be involved in their treatment plans. Among his many accomplishments, he takes pride in his ability to make a difference in his patients’ lives. He values the gratitude he receives from his patients. Board-certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, Dr. Quaderi is committed to continuing his father’s work to improve medicine by providing genuine care for his patients.
To continue to evolve in the medical field—and contribute his knowledge — Dr. Quaderi is an active member of the American Society of Internal Medicine and the American College of Physicians. His passion to improve his patients’ health and well-being earned him the Excellent Physician Award in 2015, the Quality Metrics Champions Honor at Cleveland Health for the Robert V. Organization in 2012-2013 and the Patient Satisfaction Award.
In his free time, Dr. Quaderi enjoys listening to music, cooking and spending time with his family. He is proud of his 32-year marriage to his wife, who is also a doctor, and his son, who is a bio-medical engineer. He is honored to live his dream of holding a successful career in medicine, like his father. He attributes his achievements to his determination, genuine love of medicine and commitment to reach his goals. Dr. Quaderi plans to continue to provide optimal care to his patients and see them smile.
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Physician at the University Suburban Health Center, a practice within the University Hospitals system
- Founded in 1866, University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center nurtured and supported by Cleveland’s great industrial families of the late 19th and early 20th centuries – the same families that played key roles in the development of the city’s noted civic and cultural institutions, including the Cleveland Museum of Art, The Cleveland Orchestra, and The Cleveland Foundation.
- The focus on medical education for University Hospitals in 1895 led to its formal ties with what is now the Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine. As an affiliate of the medical school, it grew to become one of the nation’s great centers of academic medicine and the region’s leading provider of high-quality health care.
- University Hospitals Cleveland Medical Center is a 1,032-bed tertiary medical center specializing in adult/pediatric medical and surgical specialties.
- Source: www.uhhospitals.org
- American Society of Internal Medicine
- American College of Physicians