Osman Qaiyum, MDInternal Medicine
Areas of Expertise
- Preventative Medicine
- Heart Disease
- Pulmonary Disease
Internship and Residency
St. Luke’s Hospital
St. Louis, Missouri
Windsor University School of Medicine
Doctor of Medicine
American College of Physicians (ACP)
2018 – Present
American Medical Informatics Association
Young Informatics Professional
2019 – Present
“Digging Deep into Diabetes—Barriers to Achieving Glycemic Control in Diabetic Patients in a Resident-Run Clinic.” Diabetes. 67. 667-P. 10.2337/db18-667-P.
“Missing the Yellow Flags: Does a Tardy Response Trigger the Rapid Response?” Society of Hospital Medicine, Sept 2016.
“Drowning in TB: Progressive Tuberculous Pleural Effusion in an Immigrant.” ACP Annual Meeting Competition, 2017.
Dr. Qaiyum recently moved to Bethesda, Maryland with his wife of three years. They enjoy reading, exercise, healthy living, watching movies, biking, and are avid foodies!
Dr. Osman Qaiyum is a bright and talented young physician born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. He graduated medical school from Windsor University School of Medicine and trained at world-renowned institutions such as the University of Chicago and Washington University in St. Louis. He completed his residency training in Internal Medicine at St. Luke’s Hospital in St. Louis, MO in 2018. As a recently graduated young physician, Dr. Qaiyum continually stays up to date with the newest medical studies, trends, treatments, and technologies and is an exceptional practitioner of evidence-based medicine. However, he is also a firm believer that the cornerstone of medicine lies in building meaningful relationships with patients and their families. Dr. Qaiyum has experience in serving patients of all backgrounds and has had extensive training in all aspects of Internal Medicine, particularly Preventative care, Diabetes, Cardiovascular disease, Gastroenterology, and Pulmonary disease. He also has a keen interest in using technology such as Telemedicine, AI/Data Analytics, and Remote Sensing to solve for the social determinants of health. He believes that the use of these cutting edge technologies will not only lead to enhanced patient care but also provide the means necessary to efficiently foster education and forge meaningful, compassionate relationships with his patients.