5-year-old’s house calls help steer him toward life of helping others

5-year-old boy decides to become a doctor: Movie or real life?

A photo of Dr. Moushabek, a part of the medical group at Heritage Victor Valley Medical Group in Victorville, CA

Dr. Rodger Moushabek had a life changing experience and it’s true — it’s real life. It’s the remarkable story of Dr. Roger Moushabek. His life-altering decision to help people after tagging along on house calls with his uncle — also a doctor — led him down a valiant path.

His decision has also helped countless people love the way they feel for many years. To quote him,”Trust is important; reliability to your patients and peers is a key factor in medicine. We as physicians must be diverse in a facets of medicine. What patients can expect from me is my willingness to communicate with them, be human with them, and to let them know I care.” This just show what type of man he is. He is very pationate about his work and the job he does. We hope that all of those who get to visit Dr. Rodger Moushabek is as please as we are here at Heritage Victor Valley Medical.

Today, Moushabek is a specialist in internal medicine at Heritage Victor Valley Medical Group, an advocate for preventive medicine. He aims to encourage others to make an effort to improve their health.

Read more about Dr. Moushabek’s journey, the first in a series on people who, through Heritage, have made incredible differences in the lives of others and their own.

Heritage People: Dr. Roger Moushabek