Dr. Afreen Khan - Family Medicine

For Dr. Khan, It’s About Connecting with Patients

New ARC Far West physician, Afreen Khan, MD, says that she chose Family Medicine because of the opportunity to connect with patients on a level different from most other specialties.

“I believe in preventive medicine, and by building a strong relationship with my patients, I can guide them to better health,” said Dr. Khan.

Better health is something she encourages in her patients, as well as her family. Says Dr. Khan, “Exercising regularly and eating a diet of fresh foods promotes health and wellbeing.”

That’s what the doctor ordered.

Dr. Khan is currently accepting new patients at ARC Far West. You can request an appointment online or call us at 512-272-4636.

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