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Faisal Qazi

Dr. Faisal Qazi is social activist, advocate and an educator who spearheads MiNDS, a southern CA community development non-profit and practices Neurology

Dr. Faisal Qazi is the founder of MiNDS (Medical Network Devoted to Service) established in 2011, a community development and charitable healthcare foundation. He is also a Commisioner for the City of Fullerton serving on its Citizen’s Community Development Committee as of 2014. He is the recepient of 40 under 40 Outstanding Service award by New Leaders Council in 2012 and Excellence in Leadership Award by CA State Assembly Representative in 2013.

Dr. Qazi successfully spearheaded “United for San Bernardino” campaign that raised over $200,000 vicitms of San Bernardino mass shooting in Dec 2015. He was appointed to serve on Los Angles County District Attorney Jackie Lacey’s Criminal Justice Mental Health Project Advisory Board in Jan. 2016.

Dr. Qazi has been practicing Neurology in greater Pomona Valley and the Inland Empire area since 2006 and in North Orange County since 2012. He is the Assistant Professor of Neurology at Western University of Health Sciences, College of Osteopathic Medicine in Pomona, California. He is currently the Director of Stroke at San Antonio Community Hospital. He is an Advisor to University of Chicago’s Initiative on Islam and Medicine.

Dr. Qazi’s work has been featured in interviews to NPR, CNN, LA Times, Washington Post and PBS. His columns have been printed in Inland Valley Daily Bulletin and San Bernardino Sun. He has received the honor of being listed amongst the Best Doctors of Inland Empire.

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