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Qualifications and Experience
Dr. Moe is a board certified specialist in internal medicine who has been in private practice for over thirty years. He graduated with a major in chemistry from Harvey Mudd College in Claremont before attending graduate school at the University of California Irvine. After receiving his PhD in Biological Chemistry, he then attended the PhD/MD program at the University of Miami. Two years later, he entered his internal medicine residency at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. After he completed his residency and an additional year of fellowship in general internal medicine with an emphasis on critical care, he entered private practice in Inglewood in 1984. In past years, he was active in hospital care, and served as Chief of Staff at Centinela Hospital during that time. He has also served as the primary internist for the Los Angeles Lakers for over twenty years. He deeply appreciates the confidence that doctors have shown when they refer their patients for assessment and care. He remains very active in providing support to his surgical colleagues to keep their patients safe through surgery and recovery. He treasures the relationships that he has formed with patients and their families, and is honored that he has been trusted with the goal of improving their health and well-being.
Verified Patient Reviews
Dr. Moe is very thorough, and is nice and friendly to chat with.
Absolute fantastic consultation with Dr. Moe. I'm relatively new to LA and have put off finding a doctor for awhile because it can be such a hassle, but I'm happy to have found such a great doctor in only one visit.
Dr. Moe was very professional, courteous, and thorough. I recommend his practice without reservation.
The doctor was clearly and just so blatantly obviously trying to book unnecessary appointments, thereby taking extreme advantage which I really did not appreciate. Also did not get the logic on specific prescriptions policies there. Definitely not seeing this place again. Just because you are fake friendly and nice does not mean you'll retain me as a patient. Thanks but no thanks.