Dr. Qureshi is a true global citizen, spending his early years studying and traveling internationally. He completed high school with academic merit from a renowned boarding school for boys in Pakistan. He went on to complete post-graduate studies in medicine from the prestigious King Edward Medical University. Dr. Qureshi completed a surgical internship at New York Medical Center in Queens, New York, and went on to complete post-graduate residency training in Internal Medicine. Dr. Qureshi completed Fellowship training in Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism from the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis.
Dr. Qureshi is Board Certified in Endocrinology, Diabetes, and Metabolism and is a member of the Endocrine Society and the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists. Among numerous awards, he received the Young Investigator Award from the American Association of Clinical Endocrinology for his research on lipid metabolism. He has also been distinguished by the Southern Society for Clinical Investigation for his research in mechanisms of Insulin action within cells. Dr. Qureshi has been published in Endocrine Practice, Diabetes Care, and the American Journal of Medical Science.
Dr. Qureshi has been settled in the Memphis area since 1998 where he currently resides with his wife, who is also a physician, three children, and 3 furry felines. When not working and caring for patients Dr. Qureshi enjoys grilling and cooking, reading medical literature and journals, traveling, and spending time with family. He is active in several local charities and community service.
As a patient of Dr. Qureshi, you can expect that he will listen and spend time with you to understand your needs and concerns. With over 20 years of experience, Dr. Qureshi bases his diagnoses and treatment plans on the highest standards of evidence-based care, backed by the most current research. Dr. Qureshi partners with his patients with sincere compassion and concern for their well-being.
“Endocrine disorders encompass every system of the body, and yet, can present with a myriad of signs and symptoms. Piecing together the larger puzzle to diagnose and treat those who seek help brings me the greatest satisfaction. My patients know I am on their side, and I will treat them and help them heal with everything I have.”