Dr. Saqib Naseer, MD, FACC, was born in Lahore, Pakistan. He did his Matric from Central Model High School Lahore and then did F.Sc. from Forman Christian College. Because of his interest in medicine he went on and did his MBBS from Allama Iqbal Medical College Lahore. He then came to USA and did three years of residency in Internal Medicine in affiliation with University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey. He served as Chief Medical Resident during his final year of residency.
He did three years of fellowship in Cardiology at St. Luke's / Roosevelt hospital centers in affiliation with Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. He served as an instructor in Clinical medicine. Dr. Naseer is board certified in Internal medicine, Cardio-vascular diseases and Nuclear Cardiology.
He went into a private practice in Cardiology in Connecticut, USA. He has been Chief of Cardiology at Manchester memorial Hospital, Rockville General Hospital and Eastern Connecticut Health Network from 2003 to present.
Dr. Naseer has been very active in the community in USA and has been involved and is active supporter of many educational and health programs in Pakistan. He strongly believes that in order to achieve a prosperous Pakistan we have to educate people of Pakistan and improve their health conditions. Dr. Naseer has been an active supporter for people of Pakistan in times of need including the catastrophic recent earthquake in Pakistan.
Dr. Naseer is one of the founding members of Pakistani American Association of Connecticut and has been serving as general secretary from year 2000 to present. He strongly believes that all the disputes around the world should be resolved in a peaceful manner and with a little effort from all; this world can become a better place to live.