Dr. Shazia Walijan-Munir has recently moved to Kansas City to be with her family after being in Pittsfield, Massachusetts where she practiced internal medicine at Community Health Programs Incorporated. Dr. Walijan-Munir graduated from DOW University of Health Sciences, Pakistan where she was a primary care physician for three years in Karachi, Pakistan. Dr. Walijan-Munir then came to the states to pursue further education and training. She did a three-year residency in internal medicine at Berkshire Medical Center, University of Massachusetts where she was chief resident for a year and had active involvement in teaching of internal medicine residents and students from University of Massachusetts. She is American board-certified in internal medicine and is also a member of the American College of Physicians. Her primary interests in medicine are preventative health care issues including hypertension, hyperlipidemia, obesity, diabetes, and women's health.
Medical Education & Training
Medical School: Dow Medical College/Univ. of Karachi
Residency: Berkshire Medical Center
Specialty Board Certifications: Am Bd Int Med - Status: Certified
Procedures and Conditions
EKG , X Ray Testing in Office , Moderately Complex Lab in Office , IPRO Glucose Testing , Peripheral Artery Testing , Bone Density in Office , Biopsy Removal , Lesion Removal , Halter Monitors ,, Diabetes , Hyperlipidemia , Obesity , Hypertension , Womens Health Issues
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