Samiyah Hoodbhoy, PA-C

Samiyah Hoodbhoy, PA-C, graduated from the University of Nevada, Las Vegas with Psychology Pre-Medicine in 2009. She went on to become a Psychological Tester specializing in children with ADHD and other behavioral disorders. Samiyah received her Master of Science in the Physician Assistant Program from Touro University Nevada in 2015. She worked as an outpatient PA for Interventional Pain Management allowing her to manage chronic pain on a daily basis.

Samiyah is a board certified physician assistant (PA-C) at Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada, where she treats patients with cancer and serious blood disorders.

Prior to joining Comprehensive Cancer Centers of Nevada, Samiyah worked as a physician assistant for interventional pain management at Southwest Medical Associates in Las Vegas, Nevada allowing her to treat chronic pain.

My purpose in medicine is to treat my patients like family; it is an honor to to provide service to anyone in need.

Samiyah was born and raised in Las Vegas, NV. She enjoys helping out with charity events and in her free time enjoys traveling and yoga.

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