Dr. Saba was born and raised in Iran. She finished her medical school in Iran, and she practiced as a General Practitioner in a rural area of Iran for over 3 years. She then decided to move to United States with her family, to continuing her passion of helping others.. She went to USC School of Medicine where she specialized in Family Medicine. After graduating, armed with the extensive medical experience from her years of practice, she opened a state of the art family medicine facility in the heart of Inglewood. Her office is completely electronic and paperless. She uses her hands-on knowledge of Eastern medicine and blends it with modern Western medicine.
Dr. Saba utilizes these two distinct approaches to establish her own unique connection with each patient. Dr. Saba's patient approach is very warm and caring, and she takes all of her patient's needs very personally. She has created a warm environment with a very friendly, bilingual staff that put patients first. The entire office works as a team to help support you in your healing journey. Dr. Saba says;The reason I chose Family Medicine as my specialty was because I look at the human being as a whole, not as body parts, and I wanted to be able to manage all medical needs of my patients. I have great communication skills, and I care deeply about my patients. You can trust in Dr. Saba's gentle and complete care when visiting her and her staff.