Muhammad Ayub
Muhammad Ayub - MD
Education: Doctor of Medicine
Institution: Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Belgaum, Karnataka, India
Board of Certification: American Board of Family Medicine
Residency: Family Medicine Residency Program, Texas A&M University
Area of Specialty: Cardiac, pediatric, neonatal, and trauma life support, critical care support, evidence-based medicine
Languages: English, Tamil, Hindi, Urdu
Dr. Muhammad Ayub joined Sea Mar Community Health Centers Thurston County Walk-In Clinic in July 2013. He earned a Doctor of Medicine degree at Jawaharlal Nehru Medical College, Belgaum, Karnataka, India, and a Master's degree in public health from Texas A&M University, Temple, Texas.

In addition to his service at Sea Mar, Dr. Ayub is a family medicine physician at Madigan Army Medical Center where he takes care of soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan. He manages patients with complex needs, including multiple medical, psychiatric, and orthopedic problems. Dr. Ayub has completed special certifications on post-traumatic stress disorder, traumatic brain injury, seizures and disability evaluations.

Dr. Ayub has extensive family medicine experience, much of it gained from working in community health centers treating low-income, rural families. He has practiced medicine in Washington since 2005, working in Auburn, Sunnyside, Kennewick, and Yakima.

Dr. Ayub currently is a member of the Society of Hospital Medicine, American Board of Family Physicians, Physicians for Social Responsibility, Physicians for Human Rights, and American Medical Association.

When not working, he stays busy with Zumba, yoga, gardening and horticulture, digital photography, music, camping, hiking, traveling, cooking, composting, kayaking, and fishing.
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