Mohamed Hasham, MD
Mohamed Hasham, MD, works to positively impact his community by using the opportunity of being an infectious disease specialist to relieve someone’s suffering and help them feel better. The challenging nature of infectious disease and its continuous growth requires doctors to “stay on their feet,” and Dr. Hasham does this by staying up-to-date with the latest studies.
Dr. Hasham knew he wanted to be a physician because of his love for science. Helping and interacting with people, working with other medical professionals as a team, and being able to positively impact the community is what motivates Dr. Hasham as a physician.
Dr. Hasham has achieved significant accomplishments during his career, including contributing to a research article on HIV and aging, presenting research at Yale University during his fellowship, and going to Uganda during his fellowship to work in a hospital in an underserved area. When he’s not practicing medicine, Dr. Hasham enjoys traveling, reading, and playing with his children.
- JFK Medical Center
- Raritan Bay Medical Center
- Fellowship: University of Connecticut
- Residency: Mount Sinai School of Medicine – Elmhurst Hospital
- Medical School: Saint George’s University School of Medicine
- Undergraduate: Hunter College