Aleem A. Iqbal MD is affiliated with Greenway Neurology Associates in Greenbelt, Maryland. He is currently board certified by the American Board of Psychiatry & Neurology and has more than 35 years of experience in medicine. As a neuroimmunologist, Aleem A. Iqbal MD has a special interest in sleep medicine.
Aleem A. Iqbal MD began his medical career by working a clerkship at John Hopkins Hospital and then attending Shiraz University of Medical Sciences to obtain his medical degree. Shiraz University of Medical Sciences has consistently been ranked as one of the top medical schools in Iran. The school has a staff of roughly 18,000 who educates 8,300 students in 83 different medical disciplines. After completing his medical degree in 1974, Aleem A. Iqbal MD came to the United States to obtain specialized post-graduate training. He interned at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania, which US News & World Report recently included in its list of Top 10 hospitals in the United States. Next, he obtained additional hands-on training by completing his residency at Temple University Hospital. Aleem A. Iqbal MD then went on to complete a neuroimmunology fellowship at the University of Chicago Medical Center. This teaching hospital has made the US News & World Report’s “Honor Roll” of the best American hospitals ten times.
Aleem A. Iqbal MD continues to be recognized in the medical community for his exceptional knowledge of neuroimmunology. He is currently the President of Greenway Neurology Associates and is also the former Chief of Neurology at Washington Adventist Hospital and was also an Attending Neurologist at Washington Adventist Hospital & Doctors Hospital. Aleem A. Iqbal MD stays connected with the neurology and neuroimmunology community by maintaining membership in the American Academy of Neurology and the American Academy of Sleep Medicine.
To schedule an appointment with Aleem A. Iqbal MD at Greenway Neurology Associates, call (301) 982-4552.
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I WILL NEVER EVER RECOMMEND ANYONE TO THIS CLOWN!!! WE WERE TREATED LIKE GARBAGE! He was obnoxious, hateful, intolerable, and disrespectful. His conduct was very distasteful. He was offensive which made me defensive. He was not prepared for the visit and my mom’s medical condition and treatment was not thoroughly explained and discussed in appropriate language for her to understand being deaf. We did not receive quality services by this licensed and certified professional in any way during her health care visit.
On 10/24/2014 my mom was seen at his office. As usual, my father and I always attend all my mother’s appointments because she’s hearing impaired. As we walked to his office I explained to the doctor regarding her disability. He told me he’d ONLY address her. I reiterated that she doesn’t hear at all and that’s the purpose of me being there. I told him I’d speak into my phone and she could read what he was saying. He insisted that I but my phone away and that the session would not continue if I didn’t. Once again, and at this point I’m getting upset, I explained the hearing impaired issue. My mom was getting agitated because she could since something was wrong. He starts to write down what his findings were but she didn’t understand what he wrote. He was only writing words, not sentences that would bring clarity. Needless to say this went on for the next 20-30 minutes. She never understood the results and neither was he patient friendly at all.
Since he wasn’t addressing me, my phone rung and I told the person I’d call them back because I was at an appointment. The doctor tells me if I answer the phone again the session was over. At that’s point I’m done with his rudeness and blatant disrespect and I go off on him. He ask the nurse, Ms Myra, to sit in with him and never asked if it was okay with us….what about the patients’ rights? Everything he needed to say he’d ask the nurse to ask me (as if I wasn’t present in the room) because he chose not to speak with me. I had information that he obviously needed but due to his ignorance and arrogance, nothing got resolved and my mom left feeling uneasy and dissatisfied.
I am glad I came to see Dr. Iqbal. I know have a understanding of what going on with me.
My first time seeing Dr, Iqbal and I had a nice visit with him. He was very nice and I understood everything regarding my issue.
I look forward to my next visit.
This was my first visit in the office. I enjoyed the staff she was very nice. The doctor was pleasant and kind. He was concern about my issue.