Specialist in Diabetes and Endocrinology
Asma Khan, MD is board-certified in endocrinology and internal medicine and has been working as a physician for over a decade. Her interest in science and passion for the human touch led her to pursue a career in medicine. She attended medical school at Rawalpindi Medical College in Pakistan and moved to the U.S. shortly after. UT Medicine’s internal medicine residency brought her to Chattanooga and after completing her fellowship in Endocrinology at the University of Missouri, she decided to move back to Chattanooga with her family.
The Center for Diabetes and Endocrinology at Galen is devoted to the management of metabolic disorders and other hormonal problems. Our practice helps individuals manage their goals by using a comprehensive approach, individualized education and the latest technology to provide endocrine management adapted to your lifestyle. Dr. Khan is dedicated to the diagnoses, treatment, and management of endocrine disorders, or those affecting the body’s secretion of hormones specializing in thyroid and parathyroid diseases. Her favorite parts of her job are the relationships she has with her coworkers and patients. She has been caring for patients in the Chattanooga area for the past 10 years.
In her free time, Dr. Khan loves reading books and spending time with her family. Her ideal day off is spent at home with her two kids ages 22 and 20. She loves the outdoors and beautiful scenery of Chattanooga and is happy to call the city her home.
1726 Gunbarrel Road, Suite 100,
Chattanooga, TN 37421
11 years, 1 year with Galen
I enjoy learning about my patients’ lives and am passionate about educating them.
M.D. | Rawalpindi Medical College
Residency | Internal Medicine, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
Fellowship | Endocrinology, University of Missouri
American Association of Clinical Endocrinology, Member
Endocrine Society, Member
Hamilton County Medical Society, Member
UTC College of Medicine, Faculty
They cover a lot of ground, diagnosing and treating conditions that affect your:
Your regular doctor can treat diabetes, but they might refer you to an endocrinologist when:
You can always ask to go to an endocrinologist, too, even though your doctor doesn’t suggest it first. When you see one, you’ll still need to visit your primary doctor as well. They’ll work together.