Wael H. Dabaja, D.O.
Dr. Dabaja is a Michigan native who completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Michigan-Dearborn before attending medical school at Michigan State University School of Osteopathic Medicine. Following medical school, he completed his Internal Medicine Residency at St. John Macomb with honors. After receiving a board certification in Internal Medicine, he went on to complete an additional residency and fellowship in general and interventional cardiology. Dr. Dabaja currently practices in the Henry Ford Healthcare system and brings close to a decade of medical expertise to the Bluewater area. He currently serves as the Chief Medical Officer and director for Wyandotte, Southshore, Jackson and Bluewater Urgent Cares. Dr. Dabaja enjoys traveling, spending time with family and reading.
Ibrahim H. Dabaja, PA-C, Ph.D.
Dr. Ibrahim is a Michigan native who completed undergraduate studies at the University of Michigan – Dearborn with a Bachelor’s of Science before completing a Master’s of Medicine and Physician Assistant Certification from Western Michigan University. After co-founding Medical Visiting Physicians PLLC & Infinity Primary Medicine Group PLLC and serving as the Chief Operating Officer he attended ATSU-Kirksville to receive a Doctoral Degree in Health Education from the School of Health Management to further his understanding of medical entrepreneurship and operations. He brings over 15 years of experience in the fields of Emergency & Internal medicine with him to the Bluewater area. He currently serves as the CEO of Wyandotte, Southshore, Jackson and Bluewater Urgent Cares. Dr. Dabaja emphasizes providing outstanding patient care while maintaining a professional, effective, courteous, organized environment in which patients, caregivers, and other medical professionals can work together.
Mohamed H. Dabaja, M.D.*, MBA