Meet Asad Khan, MD
Dr. Khan is double board-certified in nephrology and internal medicine. He completed his internship from Case Western Reserve University-St. Vincent, Cleveland Ohio and his residency from West Virginia University in Morgantown, West Virginia. He worked as a VA doctor, serving our veterans for over 10 years. During Dr. Khan’s nephrology fellowship at West Virginia University, he also served as a faculty member.
Dr. Khan then moved to College Station, Texas and started the BCS Kidney Clinic and is a Clinical Assistant Professor at Texas A&M. He also has privileges at St. Joseph’s, CS Medical Center, Baylor Scott & White and Chistus Dubius Hospital.
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