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Basma Khan,MD


Board Certified in Internal Medicine by ABIM

Basma Khan, MD, is a highly qualified and board-certified Internal Medicine specialist, bringing extensive experience to the field. As the President and Founder of Hospitalist Associates of Central Jersey at JFK Medical Center in Edison, NJ, she has served as the Medical Director of the hospitalist program since 2005, showcasing her exceptional leadership and managerial abilities. Additionally, Basma Khan, MD, will be working in the Office, located at 200 Perrine Road Suite 223, Old Bridge, NJ 08857, providing her valuable expertise to the community. Dr. Basma Khan is well-versed in managing a wide range of complex medical conditions, including multi-organ diseases and chronic ailments such as diabetes, hypertension, coronary artery disease, and hyperlipidemia. Her proficiency extends to using Electronic Medical Record Systems like EPIC and Cerner. Her passion for education is evident through her enjoyment of teaching residents, students, and mid-level providers.With excellent communication skills, Dr. Basma Khan effectively interacts with staff, patients, and their families, fostering a patient-centric approach to care. Over the course of 17 years, she has displayed remarkable leadership in overseeing schedules, accounts, benefits, and the quality of patient care within the private hospitalist program. Dr. Basma Khan’s educational background includes an MBBS/MD from Allama Iqbal Medical College in Lahore, Pakistan, and she completed her medical residency at Muhlenberg Regional Medical Center in Plainfield, NJ, as well as a medical internship at the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Bronx, NY.Licensed in the state of New Jersey, she maintains hospital memberships at JFK Medical Center in Edison, NJ, and holds special interests in chronic disease management with a patient-focused outcome and a commitment to addressing both medical and social aspects of patient care with empathy