Residents and Fellows

University of Nevada, Reno School of Medicine


  • Ikram Khan, Mohammad, M.D. (PGY4): Family Medicine

    Mohammad Ikram KhanMohammad Ikram Khan M.D. (PGY4)

    • Medical School: St George’s University School of Medicine
    • Undergraduate College: University of Washington Seattle WA.
    • Career Goals: Interested in Fellowship in Sleep Medicine, OBGYN, Urgent care medicine, Hospitalist, and Outpatient medicine.
    • Hobbies: Spending time with family and friends, cooking, hiking, camping, watching movies, and listening to music.

    Why did you choose the University of Nevada School of Medicine, Reno Family Medicine Residency?University of Nevada School of Medicine, Reno Family Medicine Residency was my first choice for me. Asides from one of the best interviews of the season, I have heard many great things about the Family residency program while my stay at Reno during my third-year clinical rotations. I did a total of 18 weeks rotation at Renown Regional Medical Center, and I had the opportunity to explore the program at close. Therefore, I am honored that the program accepted me. I am deeply passionate about being a family medicine physician in rural areas, as my upbringing was in a village in the Northern parts of Pakistan in a small rural community. During my clinical rotations, I worked with healthcare professional whom I found dedicated to teaching and providing quality care. I loved the exposure and experiences working with a diverse population of health care professionals during my clinical rotation. I found the health care workers respectful & grateful for the services. These are some of the reasons why I choose this program. I am ambitious to pursue further medical education in the field of family medicine and I know that UNR Family Residency Program will help guide me through this process. Lastly, Reno and Elko are beautiful cities with an atmosphere and environment that I can see myself living and raising a family in the future.