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Hanford Residency Graduates Join Medical Staff

Physicians

HANFORD – Residency graduates Drs. Carolina Abrew and Abraham Mohmand are practicing family medicine at Adventist Health / Community Care clinics in Hanford, Home Garden and Lemoore.

Dr. Abrew spent most of her childhood in Colombia and South America. She graduated from Libre University in Colombia and the University of California at Los Angeles Medical School.

“I love science,” says Dr. Abrew. “I also want to help people and give back some of the blessings that were given to me.”

Dr. Mohmand grew up in Kabul, Afghanistan. He attended Ross University School of Medicine, in the Caribbean, and the University of California at Davis. He also served as a medical instructor at Heald College in Hayward, Calif.

“I enjoy helping people and families during their time of need,” says Dr. Mohmand.

Drs. Abrew and Mohmand may be reached at the Hanford clinic, 1025 N. Douty, (559) 537-0250, the Home Garden clinic, 11899 Shaw Pl., (559) 585-3437 and the Lemoore clinic, 810 E. D St., (559) 924-7711.

The Hanford residency program, which trains 12 physicians in rural family medicine, is the first in the Central Valley to be affiliated with the prestigious Loma Linda University Medical Center.