Huma Khan, M.D.
Dr. Huma Khan is a board certified Emergency Medicine Physician. Dr. Khan was her high school valedictorian and studied Biology at Haverford College as an undergraduate. She received her medical degree from Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. Dr. Khan has over 12 years of experience in various emergency medicine settings. She is a member of the American Academy of Emergency Physicians and has authored several research publications regarding emergency medical services.
“I chose emergency medicine so that I could provide relief to people in hopes of reducing their suffering.” Dr. Khan states, “Medicine is also mentally stimulating while allowing me to facilitate the overall wellbeing of a person. I love my work because I am able to interact with both adult and pediatric patients. I support both patients and families sometimes during their greatest time of need–being able to provide for them at such a time is very rewarding.”
Dr. Khan provides excellent patient care with a family centered focus. “I treat my patients the same way I would treat my family. I believe everyone deserves an ear that will listen and treat them with the best care possible…My favorite part of being a physician is seeing patients benefit from my treatments.”
In her free time, Dr. Khan enjoys playing tennis and reading.
“I chose to practice with The Rowe Network because it is an upcoming telemedicine company that offers flexibility and stresses the importance of not only patient wellness, but also physician wellness. I am excited to be part of this new endeavor and hope to help change the stress that medicine poses to both the general population (who can’t always easily get an appointment) as well as physicians (by improving their workload and scheduling).”
Dr. Khan is able to treat the following health issues virtually via The Rowe Network:
- Urgent care conditions
- General medicine questions
- Virus and flu
- Vomiting, nausea, diarrhea
- Gastrointestinal illness
- Sprains, strains, simple fractures
- Minor burns, cuts, puncture wounds, animal bites
- Minor eye injuries
- Rashes, allergic reactions