“From an early age I always wanted to choose a profession in which I can make a difference in a person’s life.”
Mohammad Sadi, M.D., says his goal is to bring relief to his patients, make their lives healthier and support them with comprehensive, compassionate care. He is trained in hospital medicine, often working the night shift, tending to newly arrived patients during perhaps their most stressful time.
The multilingual (English, Hindi, Urdu) Sadi received his medical degree from St James School of Medicine in Bonaire, Netherland Antilles. He completed his internship and residency at Mercy Hospital in Chicago. Since then, he has served as a hospitalist at several Illinois facilities, including a busy Level I trauma center.
At City of Hope, Dr. Sadi intends to see to his patients’ total needs, in keeping with the City of Hope mission to treat both body and soul. “I joined City of Hope to be part of a team that strives to deliver the best evidence-based medicine and patient care possible,” he said.