Dr. Qureshi grew up in Orange County, Calif., and attended Chapman University,
where he earned a BS in Biology with University Honors in 2002. After
graduation from medical school, he completed his training in internal
medicine at the University of Florida, Jacksonville, in 2010. He stayed
on for advanced fellowship training in Pulmonary/Critical Care Medicine
(PCCM) and completed this training in 2013.
In August 2013, he joined the University of Southern California as an Assistant
Professor of Clinical Medicine. During his time at USC, he was the Director
of the Medical Intensive Care Unit at Keck Hospital of USC. He was a dedicated
educator and served as the Associate Program Director of the PCCM fellowship
program. In 2013, he was named PCCM Teacher of the Year. Dr. Qureshi has
presented his research at national conferences and has published articles
in various journals during his career. He joined Mission Heritage Medical
Group in 2015 to further put his skills to use in our community.
Dr. Qureshi cares for critically ill patients in the intensive care units
at Mission Hospital. In addition, he specializes in the inpatient and
outpatient care of patients with pulmonary arterial hypertension (PAH).
Dr. Qureshi also possesses advanced skills in interventional pulmonology
to help diagnose and treat symptoms of advanced lung diseases and lung cancer.
Dr. Qureshi is committed to a patient-centered approach to care. He wants
his patients to experience customized, comprehensive and compassionate
care in the office, and in the hospital.