Atlantic City, NJ — Khaula Tauqeer, MD, MPH, is being recognized by Continental Who’s Who as a Pinnacle Healthcare Professional for her excellence in the Family Medicine field and in acknowledgment of her new position as Clinical Lead Population of Healthcare.
A board-certified physician with nearly ten years of experience in her field, Dr. Tauqeer specializes in Family Medicine, providing a wide range of outpatient primary care services for patients from youths to elderly adults. In addition to regular preventative healthcare checks, the doctor also treats acute illnesses and injuries and performs small-scale surgery. She is in practice at Stony Brook Southampton Hospital.
Recognized as a caring and compassionate family physician, Dr. Tauqeer prides herself on communicating with her patients and educating them about their medical conditions or risk factors for disease. She takes particular care with patients impacted by diabetes and hypertension since those conditions can lead to serious medical complications if not adequately addressed and treated.
In pursuit of her medical career, Dr. Tauqeer obtained a Bachelor of Science in Interdisciplinary Studies of Neuroscience and Mathematics from Amherst College. She earned her Medical Degree from SUNY Downstate Medical School in Brooklyn, NY. Following medical school, she completed a Residency in Family Medicine at SUNY Stonybrook – Southampton Hospital. To further her training, Dr. Tauqeer also earned a Master of Public Health at George Washington University.
Thanks to her extensive medical training, the doctor is a board-certified Family Physician by the American Board of Family Medicine. Dr. Tauqeer is a member of the American Association of Family Physicians and the American College of Preventative Medicine, among her professional affiliations.
She enjoys volunteering with the medical committee for the New Jersey Coalition Against Human Trafficking in her spare time. In addition, she has served as a volunteer with One Small House, building homes in Tijuana, Mexico.
Dr. Tauqeer wishes to dedicate this honorable recognition to Anne Nugent, her high school English teacher who was instrumental in her decision to become a physician. She also recognizes Stephen George, Ph.D., her mentor during her undergraduate studies.