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Dr. Laith Mahdi, D.O., CCFP comes to Daniels Memorial Healthcare Center from Toronto, Ontario, Canada where he owned and operated the Danforth Main Clinic prior to moving to Scobey. Dr. Mahdi was also an Adjunct Clinical Faculty lecturer at the University of Toronto. He completed his undergraduate studies in psychology at York University in Toronto and then attended medical school at Nova Southeast­ern University in Fort Lau­derdale, Florida.

Family Nurse Practitioner, Zoé Fugere ASN, BA-H, MSN-FNP, comes to Daniels Memorial Healthcare Center from Kennesaw, GA where she completed the M.S. in Nursing - Family Nurse Practitioner program through the University of South Alabama in Mobile, AL. Zoé has several years of experience working with cardiology patients, helping patients and families make lifestyle changes, providing support and educational opportunities. Zoé continues to build on her skills in cardiology care, expanding to women’s and children’s healthcare.

Zoé gained her experience at Kennestone Hospital in Marietta, GA. Kennestone Hospital is a major trauma center and is home of the busiest ER in the Southeast. Zoé worked in their Interventional Cardiology unit, Medical-Surgical/Trauma Intensive Care unit and Open Heart ICU as well as two cardiology practices in the area. Zoé holds certifications in BCLS, PALS and ACLS.

Deanna Ferestad, FNP, comes to Daniels Memorial Healthcare Center from Sheridan Memorial Hospital where she has been practicing for over five years. She completed her APRN in 2010 from Gonzaga University in Spokane, WA. Deanna holds certifications in PALS, ACLS and ATLS.

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