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This page is for those who want to know who I am and what I do. In a nutshell, I am Albi, born in Albania, a naturalized US citizen, orthopedic surgeon, married, and I have four children.

The present

Daniel, my son, when he was 7 months
  • Northern California VA, at the David Grant Medical Center.
  • You may also see me at Mercy San Juan or Sutter Hospitals on certain days.

















  • The past

  • Private practice with Drs Elstrom and Hall from 2009 to 2015, Centegra Hospitals.
  • Stanford University, Orthopedic surgery, 2006-2009. Chairman Dr W Maloney.
  • Wayne State University, Orthopedic Surgery, 2004-2006. I had to leave Detroit when the chairman of the department, Dr Stephen DeSilva, and Mr Michael Duggan, the CEO of the Detroit Medical Center, failed to reach an agreement over service and payments.
  • Rush Medical College, 2000 - 2004. After the 2 preclinical years, I completed clerkships in surgery (8 weeks), pediatrics (8 weeks), ob/gyn (8 weeks), medicine (12 weeks), family practice (6 weeks), ophthalmology (2 weeks), neurology (4 weeks), dermatology (4 weeks), colorectal surgery (4 weeks), neurosurgery (2 weeks), orthopedics (2 weeks joints and 4 tumor), psychiatry (4 weeks), ER (4 weeks), medicine subinternship (4 weeks), and anesthesia (4 weeks), in that order.
  • University of Illinois, Chicago, from January 1998 until May 2000; Biochem major.
  • 1996 - 1998, basically wasted time.
  • In August 1996 I landed at O'Hare.
  • 1992-1996, University of Tirana, coursework in preclinical medical subjects; that was lost when I landed at O'Hare.


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