Ahmed J. Nadeem, DO

Hematology/Medical Oncology

LVPG Cliniciani

Accepting New Patients


Languages spoken

  • English

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Philosophy of care

Finding out you have cancer is life altering for both you and your loved ones. There is a lot of misinformation out there, especially in today’s social media environment, and that can cause more harm than the initial news of your diagnosis. My goal is to provide information to help you make the right decisions during these trying times. Medicine is indeed a shared decision process with the physician and the patient (along with the family). I hope to provide relevant information to help you navigate your diagnosis and treatment plans and provide optimal support for you and your family.

Why I entered medicine

Medicine was the only career choice for me. I can’t see myself doing anything else or practicing any other field of medicine. Before age 10, I was heavily involved in helping my mother design her clinical practice. In my teenage years, I spent a lot of time in several hospitals in the city volunteering in various departments to get more exposure. In my undergraduate training, I spent time in a cancer lab that focused on drug design. Naturally, the next step was medical school.

Community involvement

Health care is a basic human necessity. I helped to staff a volunteer clinic in medical school with fellow medical students and helped with fundraising for the clinic. We saw patients free of charge and had gift cards for those who needed help with the cost of their medications. We were also able to assist the patients with nutrition, since the clinic was part of a food bank. I hope to start or participate in a similar clinic here someday.

Personal interests

Outside of medicine my biggest interest is in cosmology – the origins of the universe. We live in such a vast universe that spans such a grand period of time; one can only imagine what lies outside our own solar system. I've had the privilege to travel to remote sites around the country and use large dome telescopes to gaze at distant stars.

My family and I love to travel. Each year we try a different area to soak up its beauty and culture, although we do have favorites.


University of Arizona, BS - Molecular and Cellular Biology & Business Management, 2009

Medical Training
Midwestern University Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine, DO - Doctor of Osteopathy, 2013


Internship 2014
Transitional, Peconic Bay Medical Center, Riverhead, NY

Residency 2017
Internal Medicine, NYC Health + Hospitals/Woodhull, Brooklyn, NY

Fellowship 2020
Hematology/Oncology, Lehigh Valley Health Network, Allentown, PA


American Board of Internal Medicine - Internal Medicine
American Board of Internal Medicine - Hematology
American Board of Internal Medicine - Medical Oncology

Publications & Clinical Trials