Gor Agababian, our Chief Medical Officer, has been part of the All-Inclusive Community Health Center’s team since 2012. He obtained his medical degree in 1994 from Yerevan State Medical University. His passion and dedication to provide care to the underserved population ties in with All-Inclusive’s mission. Coming from a family of immigrants, Dr. Agababian is motivated by the joy of giving back to those in need and making a difference in the lives of people who otherwise would not be able to receive care, which for him is the most rewarding feeling in life. Dr. Agababian is fluent in English, Armenian, and Russian. When he has down time, he enjoys swimming and soccer.
Linda Jbid Huverserian, MD, is a Board-certified family medicine physician. She completed her undergraduate studies at UCLA and attended medical school in Philadelphia at Temple University School of Medicine. Upon graduating in 2010, she started her family medicine residency training at Santa Monica UCLA Family Medicine Residency Training Program, completing her training in 2013. Dr. Linda has been with All-Inclusive since November 2015. Her interests outside of medicine include art, drawing, photography, and exercise. She looks forward to working toward PCMH recognition!
Yunna E. Shumilova, a Board-certified physician assistant and a registered diagnostic medical sonographer, graduated from Russian Medical School in Moscow in 1996. She was accepted in the surgery/urology residency program which she completed cum laude. The first step in her career in the U.S. was diagnostic ultrasonography. Soon after, she successfully graduated from the physician’s assistant program at Stanford Medical School. Her drive and passion to serve the indigent of the community has teamed her with All-Inclusive Community Health Center since 2012. Her interests in life are versatile and vary from constant updates of medical knowledge and news to Brazilian parrot- breeding. She also loves Russian literature and world cinematography.
Bach Tran is a Board-certified nurse practitioner and graduate of North Park University in Illinois. He moved to Los Angeles for the sunny Southern California weather. He joined the staff of All-Inclusive Community Health Center team in 2014. In his free time, he enjoys interior design, photography, travelling, hiking, and the beach. He is fluent in English and Vietnamese.
A Board-certified pediatrician/neonatologist, Dr. Solarte graduated in 1990 with a medical degree in general pediatrics from St. Joseph’s Children’s Hospital, which is a Seton Hall University Medical School affiliate program. He then had a private practice in general pediatrics for two years in Banning, CA, close to Loma Linda. He proceeded to do his subspecialty fellowship in neonatal perinatal medicine in Loma Linda University Children’s Hospital from which he graduated in 1995.
Dr. Solarte has served at Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) since 2009 and joined All-Inclusive because of its stated mission and goals, paired with an excellent reputation. He enjoys serving the uninsured and underserved because he feels these are some of the nicest, most kindhearted and appreciative individuals in our community. They also remind him of years long gone when as young medical student he attended to their needs, which is the reason he became a physician in the first place. He says, “This is my opportunity to give back to the community and the country that has been so extremely generous to me.” In terms of personal interests, Dr. Solarte enjoys reading a good story, spending quality time with family and friends, and “abusing my treadmill.” He also enjoys restoring old cars.
Board Certified Physician Assistant
Board Certified Nurse Practitioner.
Board Certified Psychiatrist.
Board Certified Psychiatrist.