Chief Medical Officer, Dr. Gor Agababian 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 providing 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. His compassion for the underserved and profound sense of duty is evident as he volunteers countless hours at community events, providing patient care and raising awareness of healthy living and increasing the individual quality of life. In his spare time, he enjoys swimming and soccer. Dr. Agababian is fluent in English, Armenian, and Russian.
A Medical Doctor who has received her medical degree from Yerevan State Medical School in Armenia. She has completed her 4-year residency at LAC-USC in the Radiation Oncology department for which she is currently Board Eligible to become certified. After her residency, she worked as a Radiation Oncologist at HPQA Medical Center. She joins All-Inclusive with twenty years of experience in women’s health in addition to primary care. She feels fortunate to work with caring and efficient colleges and staff at All-Inclusive and feels fulfillment when patients return to see her with a positive outlook towards their health. Getting joyful hugs and notes of thanks from her patients is the ultimate recognition of her hard work. When asked what three words best describe her, she said “disciplined, hardworking and fun. Her greatest achievement is to continue to live a life that is balanced between family and work. Her hobbies are skiing and travel. She enjoys listening to Jazz music and being involved in Jazz club activities. Dr. Siranoush Kevorkian is fluent in English, Russian and Armenian.
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 steps of her career in the United States were working as a diagnostic ultra-sonographer. Soon after, she successfully graduated from the physician’s assistant program at Stanford Medical School. Her drive and passion for serving the indigent of the community have teamed her with All-Inclusive Community Health Center since 2012. Her interests in life are versatile and vary from constant updates of medical knowledge, current news and breeding her Brazilian parrot. She also loves Russian literature and world cinematography. Yunna Shumilova is fluent in English and Russian.
Marianna Terzian is a Board-Certified Physician Assistant who started her career in Las Vegas, Nevada. She was born in Yerevan, Armenia and migrated to the United States of America with her family at the age of three. She completed her Bachelor’s degree in Biological Sciences from the University Nevada, Las Vegas and received her Master’s in Health Science in 2013 from Touro University Nevada, Henderson. She continued her education at Touro University of Nevada and earned her Master’s in Physician Assistant Studies. She is currently certified by The National Commission on Certification of Physician Assistants. She has special interests in diabetes management, thyroid disease, hypertension and women’s health. When she is not with patients, Marianna serves her community as an active member of the Armenian Relief Society and is fluent in Armenian. She enjoys baking, cooking and spending time with her husband and two daughters.
A Board-Certified Physical Assistant who started her medical career right after receiving a medical degree from Yerevan State University in 1971. For many years, she was able to put her knowledge into practice where she gained a 2-year experience working as a rheumatologist and mastered her specialty in Cardiology. When asked what else would she like people to know about her, she responded by saying “I just truly love my job, it feels amazing to be able to help people that need medical attention regardless of ability to pay.” That statement alone is an excellent portrayal of what All-Inclusive’s mission. Her care for people is illustrated even in her daily hobbies. She devotes all her free time to her grandchildren. When she has time, she enjoys traveling to new places where she can meet people of different cultures, which helps her to build rapport with her patients of various backgrounds. Ani Vardapetian is fluent in English, Russian and Armenian.
A Board-Certified Nurse Practitioner and a graduate of the North Park University of Illinois. He joined the team of providers at All-Inclusive Community Health Center 2014. Since joining, he has built trusting relationships with the patients he serves based on compassion and true understanding of individual and cultural needs. He has a love for sunny Southern California weather. In his free time, he enjoys hiking, the beach, interior design, photography and traveling. Bach Tran is fluent in English and Vietnamese.
Patricia Rojas De La Paz is a native to Los Angeles and received her Master of Science in Nursing degree from UCLA. She is Board-Certified as an Adult-Gerontology Primary Care Nurse Practitioner. She enjoys running, hiking, backpacking, camping, and is an outdoor enthusiast. She has completed an LA Marathon, and half a marathon. In addition, she has backpacked in the Catalina Islands and completed some of the So Cal 6 pack peaks. Her weekends are mostly spent outdoors and exploring new trails. Patricia Rojas De La Paz is fluent in English and Spanish.