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Mustafa Khan, MD

Neuroradiologist | CAQ
Executive Committee: Chief Medical Information Officer

Bachelor of Arts
University of Missouri, Kansas City School of Medicine

Medical Doctorate
University of Missouri, Kansas City School of Medicine

William Beaumont Hospital

Duke University Medical Center

Certificate of Added Qualifications in Neuroradiology
Awarded by American Board of Radiology

American Roentgen Ray Society
American Society of Head and Neck Radiology
American Society of Neuroradiology
Radiological Society of North America

Joined Raleigh Radiology in 2016
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“Radiology,” according to Dr. Mustafa Khan, “has a rapid pace of innovation and is very ‘tech-driven,’ which makes it challenging and exciting.” “The use of artificial intelligence,” he says, “can improve disease detection efficiency and make us more accurate, but there is still more to do to maximize the benefits of AI.“ Dr. Khan feels like something new is always coming out to drive the field forward and make radiologists better at their jobs, “That’s what I find most exciting!” Having lived in the area since 2016, he came here from Michigan for a fellowship at Duke and stayed. He says he enjoys the nice weather and the lack of snow. “I’m not a fan of snow,” he jokes, adding, “There’s a lot of smart people here, and that elevates you; the access to innovation and high-performing institutions, universities, and start-ups is a great benefit.” With twin eight-year-olds and a 5-year-old, Dr. Khan also appreciates that there are many options for extracurricular activities for his kids, “This is such a well-rounded place to live.” When his kids get a little older, they have expressed an interest in traveling to Japan, but he says they need to learn a little Japanese before they go. That forward-thinking sense of preparation and attention to detail at home also defines his patient interactions. He likes to explain things on an understandable level without jargon, so patients find it easy to understand. “I try not to make it too technical,” says Dr. Khan, “and when I’m performing a myelogram (to look for a pinched nerve) or doing a spinal tap, it’s important that patients are comfortable.” This patient focus is a defining characteristic of Dr. Khan and all Raleigh Radiology providers.

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