Ohio Kidney + Hypertension Center Welcomes News Patients at Fairview Park Office


FAIRVIEW PARK, OH - December 10, 2014 -  Kidney and Hypertension Center officially opens its Fairview Park practice at 21245 Lorain Avenue. Nephrologists and Clinical Hypertension Specialists Veeda Landeras, M.D. and Ihab Wahba, M.D. F.A.C.P., F.A.S.N., will bring their vast expertise to Cleveland-area patients.

“We are thrilled to open our practice in Fairview Park, and to have this opportunity to welcome new patients,” said Dr. Landeras. “Our goal is to work closely with each individual to provide care and serve as an educational resource for their kidney and hypertension conditions.”

Drs. Landeras and Wahba specialize in nephrology, the diagnosis and treatment of problems related to kidney disease. Both physicians are experienced in a variety of areas, including chronic kidney disease, electrolytes abnormalities, difficult-to-control hypertension, hemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis.


Dr. Landeras completed her nephrology fellowship at University Hospital Case Medical Center in 2014. Dr. Wahba completed his fellowship at Oregon Health & Science University in 1999, where he served in leadership roles for eight years.


“We are dedicated to working together to provide our patients with comprehensive care that will give them the opportunity to experience a fulfilling and comfortable life,” said Dr. Wahba.


The center is accepting new patients at the Fairview Park location. The practice will open a second office at 24651 Center Ridge Road in Westlake later this year. Call 440-331-4294 or visit ohiokhc.com to schedule appointments. 


About Ohio Kidney and Hypertension Center
The Ohio Kidney and Hypertension Center is a nephrology practice with convenient locations in Fairview Park and Westlake, Ohio. Drs. Veeda Landeras and Ihab Wahba, board-certified physicians, offer distinguished care and education to patients living with the effects of kidney disease and hypertension. Established in 2014, OKHC is dedicated to providing the best possible treatment for each individual patient.