Dr. Abdul Rishi is a board-certified internal medicine physician who sees patients 18 years to senior age. He received his medical degree from King Edward Medical University, Pakistan and performed his medical residency at Mercy Hospital, St. Louis. Dr. Rishi was also a Research Fellow at the Mayo Clinic, Minnesota and has published multiple manuscripts in high-impact medical journals.
An internist or Internal Medicine doctor is someone who specializes in diagnosing and treating illnesses, diseases, and health problems. Most internists are also primary care doctors and treat patients on a regular basis. They can diagnose and treat common illnesses or more serious problems. Most people see an internist regularly. Those with chronic illnesses may do so on a monthly or even weekly basis. Internists are the most common types of doctors.
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The top specialties of Abdul Rishi, MD include Internal Medicine
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The office is located at 1345 Smizer Mill Rd in Fenton, MO.
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