got her medical degree 1981 from the University of the West Indies in Kingston, Jamaica. Dr. Saith completed internship at Port Of Spain General Hospital 1982 and residency at Harlem Hospital Center, NY, NY in 1987. Dr. Saith is board certified in Internal Medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine and is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians. Dr. Saith serves on Oakland University Parent Advisory Board and is also Executive Board of the Burmese American Medical Association-North America (BAMA-NA). Dr. Saith provides volunteer medical directorship at Christian Global Medical Healthcare Incorporated since October 2016 to present time on a humanitarian basis to the people of Michigan. She is also volunteering services and giving financial and medical supply donations in Jamaica helping Womens Health Network improve lives. Dr. Saith serves as Global Health Ambassador for this program in Jamaica and attended launch in London, England June 2018. Dr. Saith currently works as a Hospitalist at various hospitals in Michigan, Illinois, and Indiana. Prior, she served in several outpatient primary care clinics and has over 35 years of experience working in medicine. Dr. Saith has happily been married for many years to a veteran cardiologist and together, they have five children. She is a Roman Catholic by denomination.
He got his MD 1972 from the University of Washington School of Medicine, Seattle, Washington and did residency both in surgery and pediatrics. He now works with Primary Health Network since 2009 in both family practice and in emergency room and does hospital rounds for them. He also works since 2001 at the emergency room and at United Community Hospital, Grove City, PA. Dr. Cole is licensed also in Michigan providing voluntary medical service coverage and heading the department of pediatrics at Christian Global Medical Healthcare Incorporated. In Liberia, he served as County Medical Officer 1983 to 1990 until the Liberian civil war forced him out. Prior he served as Pediatrician at Phebe Hospital Bong County Liberia 1981-1983. Dr. Cole is married to an eye Dr. Yao B. Cole and they reside in New Castle, PA. They have grown children and grandchildren.
Rev. Dr. Ndebe has a BS in Nursing 1997 and MS in Family Nursing 2000 from State University of New York at Binghamton. She obtained a PHD in Higher Education Leadership 2010 with 4.0 GPA from Western Michigan University. Rev. Dr. Ndebe is a member of the Michigan Council of Nurse Practitioners and the American Association of Nurse Practitioners. Rev. Dr. Ndebe also has a BS with honors in Biology from Cuttington University, Liberia and Diploma in Biblical Studies from Foyah Bible Training Institute. Dr. Ndebe is an ordained minister of the gospel of Jesus Christ. She is single and has 11 adopted children, 21 grandchildren and one great grandchild on the way as of 2018.
Rev. Dr. Ndebe has had hospital privileges at Bronson Hospital Battle Creek 2012-2014, South Haven Hospital Van Buren County 2005-2009, Watervleit Hospital in Watervliet, Berrien County, 2010, Lakeland Hospital St. Joe, Berrien County 2014-2016, and Sturgis Hospital in St. Joe County 2014-2015. From 2000, Rev. Dr. Ndebe has practiced Family Nursing in New York, Michigan, Wisconsin for nearly 20 years in both medical and psychiatric hospitals, a city jail, long term care clinics, and outpatient clinics including school-based clinics, family practice clinics, health centers, urgent care clinics, emergency rooms, free clinics, etc thus giving her unparallel vast experience and expertise in the medical and psychiatric care of all types of patients. She has conducted several mission medical clinics in her home country Liberia. Rev. Dr. Ndebe has had several faculty positions in the USA and been inducted into several honor societies and gotten a few awards.
Musu is happily married to Mr. Saibo Williams and together they have two sons and live in Caledonia, Michigan and are faithful members of their church. In 1998, Musu got a Diploma from Bronson Methodist Hospital School of Nursing. Then she went on to get her Bachelor of Nursing from Ferris State University, Big Rapids, Michigan in 2007 and has worked as rehabilitation nurse for over ten years and went back to school earning her Adult-Gerontology Nurse Practitioner degree from the University of Cincinnati, Ohio August 2018. She did a portion of her nurse practitioner residency here at Christian Global Medical Healthcare Incorporated. With 20 years of experience as nurse in many roles, Musu brings a wealth of expertise to her new role as nurse practitioner.
Dr. Allen, Jr. served as Founding Medical Director from January 2014 till October 2016. In1960 Dr. Allen, Jr. got a Doctor of Osteopathy Medicine from Midwestern University of Osteopathic Medicine, Chicago, IL. From 7/1960-7/1961 Internship at Grand Rapids Osteopathic Hospital, Grand Rapids, MI, 8/1/1961-7/31/63 Residency in General Surgery at Riverside Osteopathic Hospital in Trenton, MI, 8/1/1963-7/31/1964 Residency in Surgery at Riverview Osteopathic Hospital, Norristown, PA. He was a member of the American College of Osteopathic Surgeons until retirement. He is a current member of AOA.
From 6/1986-9/1996 he was a member of the United States Army Reserve and attained the rank of Full Colonel (06), Commander of the 401st Clearing Company in Kalamazoo, MI for 4 years responsible for the training and readiness of 150 personnel. He was an airplane pilot and held commercial and instrument rating in his Bellanca Super Viking. At CGMH He continued working as a provider until retiring June 22, 2017.
Prior to CGMH, Dr. Allen, Jr. for over 50 years served as family practice physician in Benton Harbor, MI saving the lives of underserved populations and later on as traveling locum tenens physician in many places in Michigan and in other states.
He served as missionary Methodist physician in South Sudan for six months in the 1970s. Dr. Allen is married to his second wife Joyce and they live in Stevensville, Michigan. He has four children from his prior marriage and has many grandchildren. Retired from the board May 219.
DR. SABALA RETIRED AS PEDIATRICIAN FROM CHRISTIAN GLOBAL MEDICAL HEALTHCARE INCORPORATED DECEMBER 2017 TO CARE FOR HER GRANDCHILDREN. Dr. Sabala obtained her MD from Universidad Autonoma Santo Domingo in the Dominican Repbulic in 1976. She completed internship and residency in pediatrics at the University Hospital, Ramon Ruiz Amau in Bayamon City, Puerto Rico 1979 and 1980. Dr. Sabala migrated with her late husband and family to the United States where she has served mainly in the Kalamazoo County communities. Dr. Sabala is faithful in the Spanish Seventh Day Advantage Church in Kalamazoo.