M. Amjad Ali, MD
An atmosphere of support and honesty
I understand that it is a frightening and unknown experience, TLC is very important each visit. It is also very important that I give honest input, as well as frank discussions of options.
Quality care through commitment and teamwork
Oncology is a team, from the front desk to the infusion nurses, one can't function without the other. A doctor is nothing without staff from which all of these complex pieces are put together. We have a group orchestration with family, social, medical, and all aspects of this complex relationship of care that is the oncology patient.
Always receive the best care
We are able to provide the same level of care in so many locations. This makes the patient happy and enriches their care experience. It allows for me to see and treat a greater variety of diseases, to correlate those to geographic regions. We are able to coordinate care, when necessary, with some of the more famous treatment centers through our ongoing personal relationships with their staff and have the patients return for treatment locally as well.
-M. Amjad Ali
Joined Quincy Medical Group:
Medical Oncology, American Board of Internal Medicine, 1996
MD, Dow Medical College, Karachi, Pakistan, 1985
Emergency Department, Dow Medical College & Civil Hospital, Karachi, Pakistan, 1987
General Surgery, Dow Medical College & Civil Hospital, Karachi, Pakistan, 1986
Internal Medicine, Dow Medical College & Civil Hospital, Karachi, Pakistan, 1985
Internal Medicine, Deaconess Hospital, St. Louis University, 1992-1995
Surgery, The Aga Khan University Hospital, Karachi Pakistan, 1988-1991
Chief Fellow, Division of Hematology and Oncology, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, 1996-1998
Medical Oncology, Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, 1995-1996
American Society of Clinical Oncology
Illinois Medical Oncology Society