Dr. Fizza Naqvi
Fizza Naqvi, MBBS, MD, is an assistant professor and clinical instructor at the Department of Medicine (Nephrology), Johns Hopkins. Dr. Naqvi is also an attending physician at several clinics and responsible for the evaluation of patients, and selection for kidney transplant.
Some of her accomplishments include taking lead in quality improvement of the clinical environment process, and information flow. Dr. Naqvi is involved in the development of nursing leadership and education. She set up monthly teaching and educational sessions for transplant coordinators about the basic principles of kidney transplantation. Dr. Naqvi aided in the establishment of a Transplant Clinic in Bethesda, MD allowing for the evaluation of potential kidney transplant recipients from the DC/VA regions. This has contributed to an increase in patient accrual on their kidney transplants wait lists. Dr. Naqvi is the lead transplant nephrologist at this clinic.
Dr. Naqvi received her MBBS from Agha Khan University, Karachi, Pakistan in 2004. She performed a fellowship in nephrology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham. Dr. Naqvi is certified in internal medicine and nephrology by the American Board of Internal Medicine. She has contributed to several publications in the field of nephrology.