Nauman Qureshi, MD "For all of your Health Care Needs" 337. 721.9992

Board Certification:

Upon completing residency training, many physicians choose to become board certified. The certification process includes an exam that tests synthesis, clinical judgment and the physician's ability to apply knowledge to the diagnosis and treatment of patients with a broad range of conditions.

Board Certification demonstrates to the public that physicians have met the highest standards of excellence in internal medicine and its subspecialties and that they have the clinical judgment, skills and attitudes essential for the delivery of excellent patient care.

Managing both Common and Complex Illness:

In our changing health care environment, patients need a physician advocate whose expertise and commitment is to managing both common and complex illness and helping patients get what they need as they confront challenging medical decisions. An Internists is a personal physician who provides long-term, comprehensive care to patients in the office or hospital setting.

Internists can go through additional training and become subspecialists who treat patients of different ages or those with cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and other chronic conditions. Internists can obtain ongoing board certification in the following fields:

Adolescent Medicine Geriatric Medicine Medical Oncology
Cardiovascular Disease Hematology Nephrology
Critical Care Medicine Hospice and Palliative Medicine Pulmonary Disease
Clinical Cardiac Electrophysiology Infectious Disease Rheumatology
Gastroenterology Interventional Cardiology Sleep Medicine
Endocrinology, Diabetes, & Metabolism Sports Medicine
    Transplant Hepatology