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Syed Urooj Hyder Naqvi, MD

Specialty: Diplomat, American Board of Internal Medicine
Facilities Served: PAM Specialty Hospital of San Antonio
Dr. Naqvi is a Board Certified Internal Medicine physician, whose practices includes providing medical care for complex long term acute care patients. This includes caring for those patients requiring respiratory and wound care management as well as rehabilitative care. He is originally from Pakistan. He graduated from Dow Medical College, Karachi University Karachi, Pakistan. One of best the medical school with 1650 bedded tertiary care hospital, established during British rule. From 1996 to 1999 he was a Resident, Department of Internal Medicine, at COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY, College of Physicians & Surgeons in New York City. From 1995 to 1996 he was a Resident, Department of Pathology at Maimonides Medical Center in Brooklyn, New York. He is married with three daughters. He is fluent in Urdu and English. He enjoys fishing, music and downhill skiing. He brings a wealth of knowledge to our hospital and strives for providing high value/quality care to patients with complex medical needs in the post-acute setting.

Mehmood H Khan, MD

Specialty: American Board of Internal Medicine
Facilities Served: PAM Specialty Hospital of San Antonio
Dr. Faisal Khan is a Nephrologist in Victoria and surrounding areas where he goes to multiple hospitals. He is affiliated with all three Pam Hospitals and sits on the Medical Executive Committee for PAM Specialty Hospital of Victoria North. He is Board Certified in Internal Medicine and Nephrology. He went to medical school at Aga Khan Medical College and did his residency at the University of Connecticut, along with his fellowship at New York Medical College. He has been in practice for over 17 years and moved to Victoria in 2009. He has earned awards in CMS stage 1 Practice Fusion EHR, MediTouch EHR and the American Society of Nephrology. He has done publications and Presentations on the "Effects of warfarin on blood pressure in men with diabetes and hypertension" and "Cystomegalovirus enteritis mimicking Crohn's Disease in a lupus nephritis patient".