Danish Mumtaz Siddiq, MD accepts the following insurance carriers
Danish Mumtaz Siddiq, MD comes to Access Health Care from the Baylor College of Medicine where he completed a fellowship in infectious diseases and was awarded the position of Chief Fellow. Dr. Siddiq also holds an additional certificate of qualification from the Baylor College of Medicine and University of Texas School of Public Health in clinical scientist training program. He completed his internal medicine residency also at Baylor College and received his Bachelor of Medicine Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS) from prestigious Aga Khan University in Pakistan.
Dr. Siddiq is a member of the Infectious Diseases Society of America, the American Medical Association, and the American College of Physicians.
Dr. Siddiq's interests are wide and varied as he has done research and trials on the prevention of several diseases including urinary tract infections (UTIs), HIV, hepatitis B, and has assisted in organ and hematologic transplants.
Dr. Siddiq prefers to spend time with his patients. He has a reputation for spending more face-to-face time than he does with charts and computers. Dr. Siddiq works diligently to educate patients with regard to their illnesses so that they make informed decisions and choose their own treatment options. "I try to make patients feel comfortable and encourage them to ask questions and take ownership of their health," says Dr. Siddiq. Dr. Siddiq and his wife live in Spring Hill with their two young boys. Accepting patients from 18 years of age through geriatrics
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