Dr. Maleki earned her undergraduate degree from Cornell University and her medical degree from George Washington University School of Medicine in Washington, D.C. Following a surgical internship at Michigan State University, Dr. Maleki completed her residency in internal medicine at Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore. She was then selected for a fellowship in Gastroenterology and Hepatology at the Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN.
Following her fellowship at the Mayo Clinic, Dr. Maleki was the Director of the Women's Health Initiative for the Center for Women's Health at the Medical College of Pennsylvania. She then became an attending physician at the Atlantic City Medical Center and Shore Memorial Hospital. During this time, she was also the Director of Clinical Research and the Hepatitis C Clinic in Egg Harbor Township in a private gastroenterology group practice. In 2004, she became the Chief of Gastroenterology and Hepatology at Kessler Memorial Hospital. Dr. Maleki entered solo private practice in 2006, becoming the first woman gastroenterologist in Atlantic county.
Throughout her career, Dr. Maleki has published extensively and completed numerous pharmaceutical trials. She has also been an assistant professor of Medicine at both the Medical College of Pennsylvania and the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey.
- Member of the American College of Gastroenterology and American Gastroenterology Association
- Member of the American Society of GI Endoscopy
- Fellow of the American College of Physicians
- Former Member of the American Medical Association
Licenses and Certification:
- Board certified in Gastroenterology and Hepatology
- Board certified in Internal Medicine
- Licensed physician in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey
Languages Spoken: French, Persian, and English
Mychel Rodriguez, Medical Assistant
Dr. Maleki has a unique approach to her practice in medicine: sincerity. She has a passionate concern for her patients, one you don't see in healthcare today.
Dr. Maleki once told me "There's more to the practice of medicine than office hours." She truly cares for her patients and their well-being, as shown by her after hours one-on-one patient follow up calls, her willingness to not only listen but to educate, and her endless research to gather information to give her patients actual facts.