Neema Mafi MD, AAHIVM
Dr. Neema Mafi completed his residency in Internal Medicine at Chicago’s renowned, and one of the nation's busiest surgery, critical care and level 1 trauma centers; John H. Stroger, Jr. Hospital of Cook County with Rush University, College of Medicine. During his residency, he earned the college of medicine departmental humanitarian award. He is board-certified in Internal Medicine.
Upon graduation from residency, he worked as a hospitalist for over 5 years for numerous health organizations in Arizona. He continued his education by completing a fellowship in Infectious Diseases at Mayo Clinic. During his fellowship, he authored and co-authored numerous publications in various areas of infectious diseases including Salmonella, Coccidioidomycosis (Valley fever), Tick-Borne Relapsing Fever in the White Mountains of Arizona, Basidiobolomycosis: an unusual, mysterious, and emerging endemic fungal infection.
He received the fellow of the year award during his infectious diseases fellowship at Mayo Clinic for his dedication to the internal medicine resident education program. His interests include infections in immunocompromised individuals, antimicrobial stewardship, and orthopedic infections.
ABIM BOARD CERTIFIED INFECTIOUS DISEASES SPECIALIST
ABIM BOARD CERTIFIED INTERNAL MEDICINE