Mubashar Choudry, MD, FACC

Interventional Cardiology & Vascular Surgery located in Takoma Park, MD, Frederick, MD, & Largo, MD

About Dr. Choudry

After graduating top of his class at Allama Iqbal Medical College in his native Pakistan, Dr. Mubashar Choudry received his residency training and cardiology fellowship at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York. He completed an interventional cardiology fellowship at Winthrop University Hospital in New York and established the very first out-patient vascular/endovascular center in the Washington, DC area.

In 2005, the out-patient vascular center in Takoma Park, Maryland opened its doors to the community providing out-patient limb salvage. “Saving Limbs, Saving Lives.” Dr. Choudry has served as consultant cardiologist to various area hospitals, including John Hopkins-Suburban Hospital, Washington Adventist Hospital, Holy Cross Hospital, and MedStar Washington Hospital Center. Dr. Choudry served as a Clinical Associate Professor at Georgetown University Hospital and as Clinical Professor at the Cardiothoracic Institute of George Washington University Hospital. At both institutions, he was actively involved in the teaching and training of cardiology fellows and resident physician. Dr. Choudry has also held numerous leadership positions, including director of the cath lab and member of the quality assurance committee at different hospitals.

Currently, Dr. Choudry is the Chief Medical Officer of the Washington Vascular Specialists, a premier limb salvage and amputation prevention centers in the Maryland and D.C. area. Dr. Choudry contributed extensively to the field of interventional cardiology in his native Pakistan. As one of the few physicians from Pakistan practicing in the field of interventional cardiology, Dr. Choudry introduced the field in his country by holding conferences and live workshops. In recognition for his services in the field of cardiology, Dr. Choudry was awarded “Sitara e Imtiaz” by the president of Pakistan, one of the highest civilian awards in Pakistan. He was appointed member of the White House commission on drug free communities by President Bill Clinton. Through this commission, he was able to convince then-Senator Joe Biden to introduce the idea of mandatory one hour CME's for all the physicians to combat the drug epidemic in United States.

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After graduating top of his class at Allama Iqbal Medical College in his native Pakistan, Dr. Mubashar Choudry received his residency training and cardiology fellowship at Mount Sinai School of Medicine in New York. He completed an interventional cardiology fellowship at Winthrop University Hospital in New York and established the very first out-patient vascular/endovascular center in the Washington, DC area.

In 2005, the out-patient vascular center in Takoma Park, Maryland opened its doors to the community providing out-patient limb salvage. “Saving Limbs, Saving Lives.” Dr. Choudry has served as consultant cardiologist to various area hospitals, including John Hopkins-Suburban Hospital, Washington Adventist Hospital, Holy Cross Hospital, and MedStar Washington Hospital Center. Dr. Choudry served as a Clinical Associate Professor at Georgetown University Hospital and as Clinical Professor at the Cardiothoracic Institute of George Washington University Hospital. At both institutions, he was actively involved in the teaching and training of cardiology fellows and resident physician. Dr. Choudry has also held numerous leadership positions, including director of the cath lab and member of the quality assurance committee at different hospitals.

Currently, Dr. Choudry is the Chief Medical Officer of the Washington Vascular Specialists, a premier limb salvage and amputation prevention centers in the Maryland and D.C. area. Dr. Choudry contributed extensively to the field of interventional cardiology in his native Pakistan. As one of the few physicians from Pakistan practicing in the field of interventional cardiology, Dr. Choudry introduced the field in his country by holding conferences and live workshops. In recognition for his services in the field of cardiology, Dr. Choudry was awarded “Sitara e Imtiaz” by the president of Pakistan, one of the highest civilian awards in Pakistan. He was appointed member of the White House commission on drug free communities by President Bill Clinton. Through this commission, he was able to convince then-Senator Joe Biden to introduce the idea of mandatory one hour CME's for all the physicians to combat the drug epidemic in United States.


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