Specializing in geriatrics, our doctors and nurse practitioners are the primary care team for residents of Germantown Home. Our primary care practice offers convenient medical services – just for seniors!
Dr. Fallouh is a board-certified in internal medicine. Dr. Fallouh earned a Doctor of Medicine degree in 1992 at the Damascus University School of Medicine. After medical school, Dr. Fallouh participated in extensive research at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland, where he has publications. His experimentation at Johns Hopkins University included heart attacks, Alzheimer’s disease, wound care, obesity, blood transfusion, cancer, alcohol abuse, and high cholesterol. Additionally, during this time, he completed a postdoctoral fellowship in cardiology. Dr. Fallouh completed his internal medicine residency training at New York Medical College. Afterward, in 2004 he began his practice as an internist. His experience includes medical office care, inpatient and hospital treatment, assisted living/home visits, resident teaching/training, medical directorship in numerous nursing homes, hospice facilities, and home care agencies, and a consultant in geriatric-psychiatry and addiction treatment. Also, Dr. Fallouh is involved in rehabilitation care, palliative care, and business management.
Dr. Pearlstein is a Geriatric Specialist who founded Suburban Geriatrics in 1993 after completing a fellowship at the Philadelphia Geriatric Center. He enjoys participating in all aspects of geriatric medicine including hospital rounds, office hours, nursing home care, assisted living, and home visits. Dr. Pearlstein is passionate about teaching and research. He is an active board member with the Alzheimer’s Association, Aging & Adult Services, and works closely with other senior community organizations.
Dr. Archana Arya, a certified family nurse practitioner, has been in practice for the past 8 years. She has nursing degrees from Drexel, LaSalle and West Chester Universities. She has varied experiences including acute care and rehab. She enjoys working with elderly and believes in making a difference in their lives.
Liz is a physician assistant who graduated from Arcadia University. She is from Philadelphia and received her Bachelor of Science from Pennsylvania State University. She is passionate about providing care to geriatric patients while addressing and overcoming language barriers in healthcare and patient-provider communication