Department of Critical Care, Prince George's Hospital Center.
Education and Training
MBBS from Dow medical College, Karachi, Pakistan , 1991
Internal medicine training at SUNY Buffalo. Board Certified in Internal Medicine with recertification valid through 2020.
Pulmonary Medicine fellowship at University of Missouri Kansas City. Board Certified in Pulmonary Medicine with recertification valid through 2020.
Critical Care fellowship at University of Missouri Kansas City. Board certified in Critical Care with recertification valid through 2020.
Executive MBA from University of Maryland, Smith School of Business, July 2016.
I have held Clinical leadership/ Directorships roles across the United States in various hospitals including hospitals in Nevada, Maryland and South Carolina. With my Executive MBA education from University of Maryland Smith School of Business, I am ready to grow with the University of Maryland Medical System with a specific interest in Hospital Systems Integration, Ppulation Health, and Hospital Management.
My research interest are in Population Health and Healthcare Systems Integration
My Clinical reaseach Interest are in ARDS and Sepsis.
I am clinically active while serving as the Chairman, Department of Critical Care Prince George's Hospital Center since May 2013. Prince George's Hospital Center is the second busiest trauma center in the state of Maryland. We have a very high acuity 34 bed ICU.
Dedicated Commitment to Teaching Award from the graduating class of Internal Medicine residents in 2014 at Prince George's Hospital Center.
Fellow, American College of Physicians (FACP)
Fellow, American College of Chest Physicians (FCCP)
Member, Society of Critical Care Medicine