Syed Masood, MD, is a dedicated physician specializing in hospital medicine, focusing on internal medicine and infectious diseases. After receiving his undergraduate degree at Adamjee Government Science College in Pakistan, Dr. Masood went on to finish his medical education at Dow Medical College (Pakistan) and The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. His research can be found in several publications.
Hospitalists do not accept appointments—they provide specialized care for those who are inpatients within a hospital or medical center.
- Dow Medical College
- The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
I provide personalized care to meet my patients' needs. I incorporate the science and art of medicine in my care for patients. I give my advice to patients based on the available evidence in medical literature, their individual needs, and family support system. Some patients—based on their age and family circumstances—need more help through physical therapy while others will need more help through a social support system. As a hospitalist, I have to make timely decisions on when to provide aggressive care for critically ill patients and how to provide a clear understanding of a patient's diagnosis, treatment plans, and the possible outcomes so they can make informed healthcare decision.
Syed Masood, MD