Joseph Saba, M.D.
Center Neurology, P.C.

Physician

Joseph Saba, M.D.
BOARD CERTIFICATIONS AND DISTINCTIONS:  
October 1979: Certified Diplomate:  The American Board of Neurology
May 1980: Certified Diplomate:  The American Board of Clinical Neurophysiology and Qualification in Electroencephalography
December 1999: Certified Diplomate:  The American Board of Independent Medical Examiners (ABIME)
January 2000: Certified Diplomate and Senior Disability Analyst:  The American Board of Disability Analysts
January 2000: Elected Fellow for Life, Royal Society of Medicine (Great Britain)
May 2003: Awarded a preceptorship (HEADACHE AND BOTOX CLINIC) Wake Forest University School of
Medicine, Winston Salem, North Carolina
HONORS AND AWARDS:  
January 1981: Recipient, Medal of Merit:  Association of the Military Surgeons of the United States (AMSUS)
ACADEMIC POSITIONS AND MILITARY
SERVICE:   
 
January 1978:  Instructor in Neurology, Eastern Virginia Medical School, Norfolk Virginia
January 1981: Chief and Chairperson, EEG and Neurophysiology Department, U.S. Naval Medical Center,
Portsmouth, Virginia
  Actively participated in teaching U.S. Naval Medical Officers and Residents from the Medical School the Art and Science of Neurology
January 1978-January 1981: Lieutenant Commander, U.S. Navy, Neurologist to the 6th Fleet
January 1981-Present: Private Practice, Center Neurology, P.C.
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