Dr. Julia Daher Joins St. Luke's Physiatry Practice
November 2, 2016
St. Luke's Rehabilitation Institute, the region's largest provider of inpatient and outpatient rehabilitative care in the region, welcomes Julia Daher, MD, to its Physiatry Practice.
As a part of the St. Luke's Physiatry team, Daher is providing care in both inpatient and outpatient settings with a focus on people who suffer from neurologic injury and disease.
"Dr. Daher is a great addition to our team at St. Luke's," said Dr. Gregory Carter, chief medical officer for St. Luke's Rehabilitation Institute. "She understands her patient's individual goals and incorporates treatment plans to ensure people return to their fullest lives."
Daher completed her bachelor's degree in biochemistry at Oberlin College and obtained her medical degree from Rush Medical College where she was the recipient of the Anthony Schmidt Prize in Anatomical Sciences. Daher recently joined St. Luke's after completing her residency at the University of Washington. Daher is board eligible by the American Board of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
"I am pleased to become part of St. Luke's accomplished and skilled physician team working to give their best care to all patients," Daher said. "With the help of therapists, nurses and entire care team, we are helping patients achieve rehabilitation goals through open communication and a lot of passionate work."
About St. Luke's Rehabilitation Institute
The region's largest, free-standing Level I Trauma Rehabilitation hospital for adults and pediatrics, St. Luke's provides comprehensive medical rehabilitation services for people of all ages who have experienced a stroke, spinal cord injury, brain injury, amputation or other injury or illness requiring rehabilitative care. St. Luke's is accredited by Joint Commission and Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities International. Thousands of patients choose St. Luke's for inpatient rehabilitation services at the main campus and outpatient therapy services at nine locations throughout Spokane.
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