Elie Saber, MD, FACP, FASN.
1997 Scientific Poster Recognition Award by the Southern Medical Association, Charlotte, North Carolina.
1998 97-98 Outstanding Resident of the year Award by the Department of Internal Medicine at Texas Tech Univ.-HSC at Amarillo.
1998 Scientific Poster Recognition Award by the Southern Medical Association, New Orleans, Louisiana.
1999 “The Physician’s Recognition Award”by the American Medical Association.
2004 Listed as member in the National Register’s “WHO’s WHO” in executives and professionals 2004-2005 edition.
2007 Listed in "Guide to America's Top Physicians" 2007 Edition.
2010 Listed in "Guide to America's Top Physicians" 2010 Edition.
Dr Saber graduated from St Joseph University Faculte de Medecine in Beirut Lebanon with distinction. He then trained in Internal Medicine for 2 years at the American University of Beirut, before joining the 3 years Internal Medicine program at Texas Tech university in 1996. Dr Saber completed his Nephrology training at Baylor College of Medicine in 2001 and joined the faculty as Assistant Professor of Medicine in the renal section.In 2002 Dr. Saber relocated to Colorado where he was involved in clinical Nephrology practice for 5 years prior to relocating back to Houston. Since 2007, Dr Saber was part of "Houston renal Associates, PLLC" until he decided to open his own practice as “Global Nephrology & Hypertension Clinic, PLLC” in July 2011 for the practice of Internal medicine, Kidney disease, Hypertension and Dialysis.
The Global Nephrology & Hypertension Clinic
accepts most major insurance plans.
The Global Nephrology & Hypertension Clinic accepts most major insurance plans.