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Mohammad Jamil is a thorough and detail-oriented internist and primary care doctor based in Peoria, AZ. Dr. Jamil earned his medical degree from King Edward Medical University in Lahore, Pakistan. He then moved to the United States to complete his residency in internal medicine at Veterans Affairs Medical Centers. Dr. Jamil is a part of I Care Internal Medicine and is affiliated with Banner Del E. Webb Medical Center and Arrowhead Hospital. He is board certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and the American Board of Obesity Medicine. Patients see Dr. Jamil for a variety of reasons, including hearing problems / ringing in ears, sinus problems, arthritis, urology problems, and weight loss consultations. Outside of his practice, Dr. Jamil enjoys biking, playing tennis, watching movies, and photography. He is fluent in English, Hindi, Urdu, and Punjabi. Dr. Jamil is deeply committed to the well-being of his patients. He takes a thorough and precise approach to his consultations to ensure that he is consistently giving accurate diagnoses.
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I Care Internal Medicine is a highly focused internal medicine practice based in Peoria, AZ and run by Dr. Mohammad Jamil using a unique philosophy that can be summed up as "I Care". The "care" part comes into play not only in our ability and willingness to work with our patients and deliver the best care possible but also in our focus on continuity of care from start to end. With a strong belief in continuity of care, Dr. Jamil takes pride in providing rare combination of in-patient and out-patient care preventing any lapses in communication and care. This continuity of care extends to hospital admissions and as such whenever it is medically expedient and appropriate, he prefers to admit the patients to hospitals directly to avoid long emergency room waits and issues arising out of communication lapses.