Tahira I. Lodhi
Goerge Washington University
Dr. Lodhi graduated from medical school in 1999. She did her Family Medicine Residency at Virginia Commonwealth University. This is where she recognized her calling in Geriatrics. She then did her fellowship in Geriatrics at George Washington University. In 2011, she became a faculty member at the same department as Assistant Professor of Medicine. Since then, she has been a versatile part of GW Geriatrics and Palliative practice. She believes in maintaining relationships with her patients through the continuum of outpatient, inpatient, post acute and long term care settings. She is also part of GW Palliative care practices, including home based hospice and inpatient hospice unit. Teaching is her passion! She has introduced the medical students, primary care residents to Geriatrics Medicine out of the traditional settings into assisted living facilities, post acute and long term care. Her Geriatrics/scholarly interests include healthy aging, improving care transitions especially through focus on medications and developing multifaceted systems to improve care delivery to seniors, incorporating community resources, deploying available technology to provide patient cantered care.