Dr. Ranya Habash

Dr. Ranya Habash was named to the elite America’s Top Doctors list for 2015, which represents the top 1% of physicians in the nation. Dr. Habash began a successful career as the elected President of the Palm Beach County Ophthalmology Society and gained further notoriety after the state’s Florida Society of Ophthalmology named her Young Ophthalmologist of the Year “for demonstrating leadership, service, competence, and devotion to the highest ethical and professional standards.” She was then asked to serve as a Board Member and President of the FSO, the governing body for all ophthalmologists in the state of Florida.


Dr. Habash was a founder of Eye Physicians of Florida and sits on the Executive Council and Surgical Management Committees for West Boca Medical Center. As a fun aside, she is the official eye surgeon for the UFC organization, providing surgical and trauma care for the MMA fight champions.



Dr. Alex Grilli

Dr. Alex Grilli joined Mass. Eye and Ear in 2002, and currently as a member of the Mass. Eye and Ear, South team, Dr. Grilli enjoys the variety and challenges that come with diagnosing and treating patients with an assortment of ear, nose and throat issues. Dr. Grilli’s clinical practice is general otolaryngology, and his clinical interests include pediatric ENT, endoscopic sinus surgery and obstructive sleep apnea.


Dr. Grilli received his medical degree from Tufts University. He then trained in general surgery at St. Elizabeth’s Medical Center, followed by a four year otolaryngology residency at Tufts-New England Medical Center. He treats patients of all ages and believes that taking time to listen to his patients and helping them understand all of their treatment options are necessary steps towards developing a trusting and effective doctor-patient relationship.

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Dr. Rahul Shah

Dr. Rahul Shah, MD, MBA, serves as Vice President, Chief Quality and Safety Office at Children’s National Health System. In this position, Dr. Shah will be responsible for the leadership and oversight of patient safety, quality improvement, accreditation/licensure, patient care policies, and collaborate with medical staff in advancing the outcomes of care. 


Dr. Shah is recognized as a leader in patient safety and quality improvement within otolaryngology and is active within the American Academy of Otolaryngology – Head and Neck Surgery with these intiatives. His clinical interests include the broad realm of pediatric otolaryngology. His interests include pediatric voice disorders, resource utilization and outcomes, and medical errors. 

Dr. Shah is an Associate Professor of Otolaryngology and Pediatrics at George Washington University School of Medicine and  Health Sciences.