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Specialties

Kidney care (nephrology)

Languages

English, Panjabi, Urdu

Biography

Ahmad Malik, M.D., is a board certified physician, director of Nephrology at UW Medical Center, a UW associate professor of Nephrology and Medicine and director of the UW Nephrology Fellowship Training Program.

Dr. Malik feels the essence of being a nephrologist is that he can undertake a holistic approach toward patients, treating people and not numbers. He feels blessed to be working in one of the best academic institutions and with some of the finest physicians.

Dr. Malik earned his M.D. from King Edward Medical College in Pakistan. He is triple board certified in Internal Medicine, Geriatric Medicine and Nephrology. He received a Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Clinical work from the Central Arkansas Veterans Healthcare System and was also voted a Top Nephrologist in Arkansas. He has participated in research projects involving diabetic kidney disease.

Personal Interests

In his free time Dr. Malik enjoys kayaking, taking trips with his kids and community service,
Kidney Care & Transplantation Services at UW Medical Center

Kidney Care & Transplantation Services at UWMC

1959 NE Pacific St. Seattle, WA 98195

206.598.3882

Cancer care (pancreas), Kidney care (nephrology), Transplant surgery

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Fellowship, 2008, Nephrology

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Fellowship, 2002, Geriatric Medicine

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Residency, 2001, Internal Medicine

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences

Internship, 1999, Internal Medicine

King Edward Medical College

Medical education, 1996

Mayo Hospital Lahore

Internship, Psychiatry

Mayo Hospital Lahore

Internship, Cardiology

Mayo Hospital Lahore

Internship

 

Board Certifications
  • Nephrology, 2008, American Board of Internal Medicine
  • Internal Medicine, 2001, American Board of Internal Medicine