Dr. Nasreen Loqman graduated from Dhaka Medical College, Dhaka, Bangladesh, the prime medical school of Bangladesh. She worked in Nuclear Medicine at Dhaka Medical College Hospital after graduation. After coming to the United States she did her residency in Internal Medicine at Mount Vernon Hospital, New York under New York Medical College. She did her fellowship in Geriatric Medicine at North Shore University Hospital, New York. This was followed by a fellowship in Electroencephalography at Long Island Jewish Hospital, New York.
Dr. Nasreen Loqman is fluent in Bengali in addition to English and can understand Urdu & Hindi. Her subject of interest is women’s health. She desires to offer her services to the community in her specialty and sub-specialty, especially to the ladies and senior citizens.
Work in Nuclear Medicine: After graduating from Dhaka Medical College in Bangladesh, Dr. Nasreen Loqman worked in Nuclear Medicine at Dhaka Medical College Hospital. This experience would have involved using radioactive substances and advanced imaging techniques for diagnostic purposes.
Residency in Internal Medicine: Dr. Nasreen Loqman completed her residency in Internal Medicine at Mount Vernon Hospital, New York, under New York Medical College. During her residency, she would have gained hands-on experience in diagnosing and managing a wide range of adult diseases and conditions.
Fellowship in Geriatric Medicine: Following her residency, Dr. Nasreen Loqman pursued a fellowship in Geriatric Medicine at North Shore University Hospital in New York. This fellowship would have provided her with specialized training in the care of older adults, including addressing age-related health issues, managing chronic conditions, and promoting healthy aging.
Fellowship in Electroencephalography: Dr. Nasreen Loqman also completed a fellowship in Electroencephalography at Long Island Jewish Hospital, New York. This fellowship would have focused on the interpretation of EEGs, which are used to assess brain activity and diagnose conditions such as epilepsy and sleep disorders.
Graduated from Dhaka Medical College in Dhaka, Bangladesh
Worked in Nuclear Medicine at Dhaka Medical College Hospital
Residency in Internal Medicine at Mount Vernon Hospital, New York under New York Medical College
Fellowship in Geriatric Medicine at North Shore University Hospital, New York
Fellowship in Electroencephalography at Long Island Jewish Hospital, New York
American Geriatrics Society (AGS): A professional organization dedicated to improving the health and well-being of older adults through education, research, and advocacy.
American Medical Association (AMA): A national association of physicians that provides resources, advocacy, and professional development opportunities.
American College of Physicians (ACP): A professional organization for internists that offers education, resources, and advocacy for the practice of internal medicine.
American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM): A certifying board that sets standards and grants certification in the field of internal medicine.
Society for Women's Health Research (SWHR): An organization that focuses on advancing research and promoting awareness of women's health issues.
Board Certification in Internal Medicine: This indicates that Dr. Nasreen Loqman has met the requirements and passed the examination administered by the relevant board to practice as a specialist in Internal Medicine.
Board Certification in Geriatric Medicine: This certification signifies that Dr. Nasreen Loqman has completed additional training and met the requirements set by the board to specialize in Geriatric Medicine, which focuses on the healthcare needs of older adults.
Internal Medicine Geriatric Medicine & Electroencephalography
Loqman Medical Care, PLLC
Fluent in Bengali and English
Understands Urdu and Hindi