Dr. Asharaf Dabawala – Now Accepting New Patients
MEET DR. DABAWALA
Dr. Asharaf Dabawala, Family Doctor Schaumburg IL, is a medical director, president, and the founding director of Horizon Medical Center in Schaumburg, IL. For more than 27 years, Dr. Dabawala has provided the Greater Chicago community with the highest level of compassionate medical care by combining his advanced education, extensive experience, and refined skills with modern technology. He offers comprehensive family medicine and primary care services for patients ages 12 and up. Dedicated to promoting overall wellness, Dr. Dabawala takes time to get to know each of his patients so that he may better understand their unique needs and help them enjoy lasting health.
AWARDS AND RECOGNITION
Dr. Dabawala maintains an unwavering commitment to delivering patient care and satisfaction for all those who visit Horizon Medical Center. Renowned for both his vast expertise and caring bedside manner, he has been honored with numerous awards and accolades throughout his career, including:
- Best Resident Teacher’s Award by the American Academy of Family Practice
- Patients’ Choice Awards by Vitals.com in 2018, 2017, 2014, 2011, 2010, and 2009
- Compassionate Doctor Recognition Award by Vitals.com
- America’s Most Honored Professionals Award by the American Registry
In addition to these achievements, Dr. Dabawala earned the highest possible score of 99th percentile at the national level on the American Board of Family Practice in-service examination. Given such distinguished accomplishments and recognition, it is easy to see why he consistently receives such high satisfaction ratings from his patients.
When he is not busy providing exemplary Family Doctor Schaumburg IL care for his patients, Dr. Dabawala can be found enjoying some of his most cherished pastimes. His personal interests include music, literature, and poetry. Dr. Dabawala is well-known for his own poetry works and is the author of two published books. One of his books is currently being used as a textbook by two universities as part of their Master of Arts curriculum.