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We welcomed Nadeen Audisho, MD, to the PeaceHealth Medical Group Center for Senior Health team of providers in July 2020. She comes to PeaceHealth after finishing her geriatric medicine fellowship at Swedish Medical Center in Seattle, Washington.
During her life, Dr. Audisho watched her grandmother battle through her fight with Alzheimer’s dementia and the impact it had on her and her caregivers’ lives. This sparked a passion that helped guide her into this specialty. She has special medical interests in all types of dementia and frailty syndrome.
Dr. Audisho has a strong research base that has primarily focused on frailty syndrome, dementia, pulmonology and cardiology. She is board-certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and the American Board of Geriatric Medicine.
“’Aging gracefully’ is my motivator. I want to help my patients age gracefully and have a healthy journey towards their goals," she said.
In 2019, Dr. Audisho went to Chocola, Guatemala on an international medical mission with the international refugee organization and describes it as “life-changing.” She has a passion for international medical missions. She is fluent in Arabic and Assyrian.
Outside of the clinic, she enjoys ballroom dancing, playing the guitar, singing, painting, hiking and traveling. She is married and looks to her husband and mother as her idols, stating, “They are the symbol of love and strength in my life.”