About: Born in Lebanon, Dr. Abdallah graduated from Saint Joseph Jesuit Medical School. He came to the United States in 1994 and trained in Internal Medicine at Kansas University (Wichita Campus, 94-97) and Nephrology at the University of Colorado in Denver (97-2000).
From 2000 to 2011, Dr. Abdallah worked as a clinical assistant professor at the University of Kansas in Kansas City (Veteran’s Administration Medical Center 2000-2004) and in Wichita, Kansas (04-11). He is board certified in Internal Medicine and Nephrology. Dr. Abdallah is also a member of the Colorado Medical Society, the American Society of Diagnostic Interventional Nephrology, and the National Kidney Foundation.
Due to growing need for better care for patient’s vascular access, Dr. Abdallah trained in vascular access procedures for dialysis patients. After 5 years of experience in Kansas, he moved to Colorado in 2011 and assisted Western Nephrology in opening the outpatient vascular access in Westminster, Colorado.
Dr. Abdallah currently resides in Westminster, Colorado with his wife and 2 children. He and his family visited Colorado many times before deciding to make it their home. In his spare time, Dr. Abdallah enjoys biking, hiking, skiing, and camping with his family.
Practice Philosophy: “My goal is to be compassionate and provide exceptional care by simply doing what’s right for my patients. I work hard on gaining their trust and work closely with their primary care physician and other specialists to coordinate and deliver better care. I follow guidelines based on scientific evidence, but I also individualize the treatment for each patient based on their needs and their wishes.”
Joined Practice: 2011
Primary Office: Westminster
Board Certifications: Nephrology, Internal Medicine
American Society of Diagnostic and Interventional Nephrology Certifications: Interventional Nephrology
- College: Lebanese University
- Medical School: Saint Joseph University School of Medicine
- Internal Medicine Internship: Saint Joseph Univeristy School of Medicine
- Internal Medicine Internship: University of Kansas
- Residency: University of Kansas
- Nephrology Fellowship: University of Colorado Health Science
- Clinical Assistant Professor
University of Kansas School of Medicine, December 2000-2011
- ACP Regional Meeting – Second place prize for the 1996 meeting
- High School National Degree – Honor for Baccalaureate