Dr. Sabina Ahmad is originally from New York City and received her Medicine of Doctor degree in 2009 from Ross University School of Medicine. Dr. Ahmad completed her residency in Pediatrics and then fellowship in Pediatric Pulmonology at SUNY Downstate Medical Center. After completing her Pediatric Pulmonary fellowship, Dr. Ahmad pursued and completed her Sleep Medicine fellowship at Stony Brook University.
Dr. Ahmad’s main academic interests are in pulmonary medicine and sleep medicine, particularly asthma, pulmonary function testing, and obstructive sleep apnea. She is focused on preventative medicine approach and strongly believes that treating disease at an early age will prevent complications and development of chronic illnesses.
In her personal time, Dr. Ahmad loves to travel and has had the opportunity to travel to many countries around the world. She has had the opportunity to observe healthcare systems in various parts of the world and realizes that cultural differences play a significant role in medicine. She strongly feels that those experiences have helped her provide her patients with the best care possible.
In addition, Dr. Ahmad is involved in her community mentoring students through various groups and organizations. She advises and guides students ranging from high school to post graduate studies to help them achieve academic success. She enjoys mentoring and counseling the youth because she feels improving mental health plays a significant role in improving physical health.