Our Team Members
Our professionally-trained staff are happy to welcome you to our practice. Learn more about our doctors and other staff members on our new website. You’ll also find our office hours and other important information and services provided.
(Master Fitness Trainer)
Bart Stein is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Resilience Health Systems Corporation.
Dr. Kenneth Testa
Dr. Testa formally trained in four Specialties: General Surgery, Trauma/Surgical Critical Care, Cosmetic Surgery and Anti-Aging Medicine.
Dr. Donavon Huff, Ph.D
Ph.D Global Marketing, FTU Doctorate in Holistic Health & Reiki, College of Holistic Health- Chargrin Falls
Dr Daoudi completed his medical education in Germany,he graduated with honor in 1968 and finished 5 years of surgical training before starting practicing surgery. In 1979 he immigrated to the United States where he went through a 2nd surgical training in cleveland,OH,1984 he became board certified by the American board of surgery and is still Board certified to practice surgery.
Dr. Edwards is a Family Practice physician and currently is Emergency Room Director. He graduated from the UAG in Mexico and transferred to New York Medical College for my Fifth Pathway. His Residency was done at ST. Elizabeth Youngstown and have been in private practice for over 30 years Doing Birth to Seniors.
Dr. Uzoma Anaba
I have extensive experience in completing and supervising clinical evaluations of older adults in a variety of clinical care settings. My academic background is in health service. My expertise in preventive healthcare and chronic disease management and the care for acute illnesses. I’m passionate about developing new and innovative ways to improve patient experience. I treat a wide variety disease. I maintain optimal clinic access and offer online communication to my patients. The staff and I are dedicated to our patients and I enjoy working with them to ensure the highest quality of care. I find extreme satisfaction in innovation and the successful treatment of our patients. It’s important to listen and try to understand patients' circumstances and histories. I want to help educate patients about issues that are important to them. That way, we can work together to develop a plan that addresses their healthcare needs.