Sufia Khan, MD

Board Certified Family Medicine located in Fountain Hills, AZ

About Dr. Khan

Dr. Sufia Khan is a Board Certified physician originally from Tarpon Springs, Florida. Coming from generations of family in the field of medicine, dentistry, and health sciences. Dr. Khan had, from an early age, the motivation to dedicate her life to serving others in need. Dr. Khan attended her undergraduate training at the world-renown Khyber Medical College- Peshawar University, where she pursued her passion in the studies of science in addition to her pre-med studies. Dr. Khan went on to accept the invitation as a resident physician at Michigan State University, Mclaren Hospital Family Medicine Program. Completing her residency training after a 3-year program including research and treated over 1000 patients before entering private practice through her 10 years of intensive worldwide clinical training between all her medical programs. 

Dr. Khan during her time at Michigan State medical programs, worked with a full range of patient demographics from pediatrics to geriatrics. Dr. Khan has a particular interest in treating patients through a full body health assessment approach. Dr. Khan gets into her patients needs from oral hygiene, dietary, genetic family history and personal life choices to ensure the best possible care of her patients and optimal clinical health outcomes under her care. 

In her free time, Dr. Khan enjoys spending time with her family, her two young children, traveling, hiking, biking and yoga. 

 

Certifications and Memberships:

  • American Board of Family Medicine (ABFM)
  • American Association of Family Practice ECFMG
  • Advanced Cardiac life support (ACLS)
  • Pediatric Advance Life Support (PALS)
  • Basic Life Support (BLS)
  • Neonatal Resuscitation (NRP)
  • Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics (ALSO) 

Research and Publications: Quality Improvement Project Improving Compliance with USPSTF Lung Cancer Screening Guidelines at Mclaren Family Medicine Clinic 

Peer Reviewed Journal Articles/ Abstracts – University of South Florida, Tampa Aslam,S., Khan,S.H, Newcomb,J, Linden, E, Hansen, B.C.. "Obesity with Metabolic Dysfunction demonstrates early signs of Nephropathy in Nonhuman Primates". The Obesity Society Journal. 2013 Aug; Publication Status: Accepted.