Dr Irfana Khan MD, Family Practitioner
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Dr Irfana Khan MD


222 Easton Ave, Suite B New Brunswick NJ, 08901


Dr. Irfana Khan MD is a board-certified, compassionate, thorough, highly rated internal medicine and primary care physician in New Jersey. Dr. Khan completed her residency in Internal Medicine at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center. She is certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine and provides highly personalized and comprehensive internal medicine and primary care. She strongly advocates for an individualized approach to patient care by utilizing the latest, most effective, and research-based medical treatments. Dr. Khan enjoys primary care practice and bases her philosophy regarding the doctor-patient relationship on trust. As an internist and primary care doctor, Dr. Khan treats various medical conditions, including high blood pressure, hypercholesterolemia, urinary tract infections, sexually transmitted diseases, preventative health maintenance, anxiety, depression, and other medical conditions. Her focus has always been on prevention and delivering care which is patient-centered and informed by robust doctor-patient communication and understanding. She believes patients benefit the most from personalized care and a proactive approach to living a healthy life.

Dr. Khan has also served as Medical Director for Hospitalists for many years at different hospitals including CentraState Medical Center Freehold, Monmouth Medical Center Southern Campus & Bayonne Medical Center. She is an esteemed member of many leading professional organizations, including American College of Healthcare Executives, Society of Hospital Medicine, American Medical Association. Dr. Khan’s sound medical knowledge and passion for her work are commendable and make her a valued asset to her practice.

To schedule an appointment with Dr. Khan, call 848-800-8482.

Board Certification

American Board of Internal Medicine

Provider Details

Female English, Hindi, Urdu

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222 Easton Ave, Suite B -
New Brunswick, NJ 08901
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