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Dr. Mubashir A Zahid M.D., Infectious Disease Specialist
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Dr. Mubashir A Zahid M.D.

Infectious Disease Specialist | Infectious Disease

421 Chestnut St Evansville IN, 47713



Dr. Mubashir Zahid is an infectious disease specialist practicing in Evansville, IN. Dr. Zahid specializes in infections that are difficult to diagnose or unresponsive to treatments, such as HIV or airborne infections from a foreign country. Infectious disease specialists usually work with conditions that are not treatable by a primary physician but it is important to keep contact with the primary physician in order to receive information about the patients history and for deciding which diagnostic tests are appropriate.

Education and Training

King Edward Medical University 1981

Punjab Medical College 1982

Provider Details



  • Univ Of Ks Sch Of Med, Infectious Diseases Forest Park Hosp, Internal Medicine  

Dr. Mubashir A Zahid M.D.'s Practice location

Practice At 421 Chestnut St

421 Chestnut St -
Evansville, IN 47713
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New patients: 812-426-9559, 812-450-3784

520 MARY ST STE 230 -
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New patients: 812-450-8600
Fax: 812-450-8151

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