Mohammad R. Ali, MD

Hospital Medicine

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Languages spoken
English, Urdu, Hindi

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About Dr. Ali

Philosophy of care

My philosophy of care is to provide the best patient centered care possible.

Why I entered medicine

For as long as I can remember, I have always wanted to work in the healthcare field. I initially thought of becoming a physical therapist, but during my journey, I sat in on some medical school classes. At that time, I knew that I was destined to become a medical doctor. As a family medicine physician, I was able to enjoy the broad range of complaints, diagnoses and treatment options under the family medicine spectrum. I still wanted to become more well rounded. I began working in the hospitalist program at LVH-Pocono with Team Health three years ago, and since then I have truly been able to hone my skills in general practice. I have been able to put to good use my outpatient skills, providing better care to those admitted to the inpatient service.

Community involvement

During my family medicine residency, I enjoyed volunteering at the free clinic.

Personal interests

I enjoy spending time with my family, cooking, and working on cars.


American University of Antigua, BS - Human Health Sciences, 2009

Walden University, MS - Health Administration, 2012

Medical Training
American University of Antigua College of Medicine, MD - Doctor of Medicine, 2013


Residency 2016
Family Medicine, Centra Health, Inc.


American Board of Family Medicine - Family Medicine

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