The medical staff of Saratoga Hospital
presented its Community Service Award
to Dr. Rachid Daoui in recognition of his
exceptional patient care and quality.
Daoui, a nephrologist, has been a member
of the Saratoga Hospital medical staff
since 2003. Hospital officials said he is
among the hospital’s most respected physicians
and admired by patients, staff and
“His knowledge and expertise in the
field of nephrology is outstanding,” said
Dr. Renee Rodriguez-Goodemote. “We are
privileged to have him as our colleague and
thankful to have him available for the care
of our patients.”
Goodemote, who is medical director of the Saratoga Community Health Center, presented the award at the recent annual Doctors’ Day celebration. She praised Daoui for his gracious and caring manner, and his exceptional character that pervades every aspect of his daily interactions with staff and patients.
Daoui was educated at Institute of Medicine, Oran, Algeria. He did a fellowship in nephrology/hypertension, Long Island College Hospital and did residencies in internal medicine at Long Island College Hospital; in anesthesia at SuNy Heath Science Center at Brooklyn; in anesthesia/ critical care, at Oran, Algeria.
He is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, and has American Board of Internal Medicine subspecialty certification in nephrology.
Photo Courtesy Saratoga Hospital