Dr. Faisal Qazi has been practicing Neurology since 2006 in the greater Pomona Valley and the Inland Empire area over the last ten years and more recently cross covering St. Jude Hospital in Fullerton with outpatient offices in Pomona and Upland, CA.
Dr. Qazi is from southern CA and finished his residency training at Henry Ford Hospital in Detroit in 2005. He subsequently finished the Neurophysiology fellowship at UC, San Diego in 2006. He has been instrumental in developing the stroke programs in his affiliated hospitals and served as Chair of Neuroscience Committee at San Antonio Hospital from 2011-2014.
He is currently also the President of MiNDS, (Medical Network Devoted to Service) a charitable organization with focus on specialty healthcare services to underserved families.
In Dec. 2015, Dr. Qazi successfully spearheaded a campaign to raise funds for the families of San Bernardino County mass shooting victims collecting over $200,000, one of the largest single sums donated by a group.
He is an Associate Professor of Neurology at the Western University of Health Sciences, College of Osteopathic Medicine and UC Riverside.
Dr. Qazi has participated and served as a Principal Investigator in multiple clinical trials including stroke and MS specific research trials.
Dr. Qazi‘s work have been featured in LA Times, CNN, NPR, Voice of America, PBS and OC Register. He has received the honor of being listed amongst the Best Doctors in Inland Empire in late 2000s and also received Values in Justice award by St. Jude Medical Center in 2016.