I was born in Bangladesh and immigrated to the U.S. as a young child. I spent my early years growing up in Paterson, N.J., and I later moved to Queens, N.Y. After the 1996 Olympics, I made the move to Atlanta and have been here since. I chose to practice medicine because I believe there is nothing nobler than caring for the sick and helping people feel whole again.
I am fortunate enough to have amazing colleagues at Kaiser Permanente. They have inspired me to be more dedicated to the individual needs of our members.
I think that the mind, body and soul are all important, but the most enduring of all is the soul. Life is precious and spending as much time as I can with my loved ones is my goal. I believe that time is my only commodity.