Dr. Amatul B Khalid MD. has been a Board Certified Medical Doctor for over 14 years. Her statement is below.

“I have fourteen years of practical experience including, traditional internal medicine, geriatrics, and pain and palliative care. Initially certified by The Internal Medicine Boards in 1997, I have recently passed the recertification exam. I believe that clear and concise communication plays a vital role in a sincere doctor-patient relationship. Furthermore, I believe that compassion, empathy, and sympathy are crucial traits of a successful physician. I enjoy my profession because it rewards me with an opportunity to help humanity and relieve their sufferings. While talking to a patient or a family member, I persistently try to put myself in their situation and try to understand their emotions and frustrations.

I am a professional with a serious commitment to my patients. I like to make consultations as comforting as possible while still collecting critical facts through patient-history; my success in this regard is evident through patient-feedback. I am down to earth, polite and have a good sense of humor.

I feel blessed that God has given me this opportunity to help people in physical or emotional distress. I feel accomplished and content whenever I smile at a patient, give them a hug, hold their hands or wipe the tears from their eyes, and I know that I have made a difference in this world. I am a doctor, it is my responsibility to help people in physical or emotional distress, and to use my best judgment when it comes to crucial matters of patient care.”

                                                        Woman physicians for Franklin County’s Families

                                                                           Understanding Your Care

A new way of delivering high levels of care:

A new study in Annals of Internal Medicine finds that patients who are connected to a specific primary care physician are more likely to receive guideline-consistent care than those who are connected to a practice but not a physician. Researchers looked at 155,590 adults in a primary care network to determine which patients received most of their care from a specific physician, practice, or neither. They found that patients who were not connected to a particular physician were less likely to receive recommended care. In addition, these patients were less likely to complete recommended testing for preventive and chronic illness care.

Company history:

We are very pleased to inform you that Dr Khalid purchased a new office located at 1988 Scotland Ave. You will be glad to know that we moved to this location as of July 14, 2007.

Our practice was opened initialy at 419 Limekiln Drive on December 1st 2006!

Now accepting all major health plans & cashor Credit card payments.

Dr Khalid is affiliated with Chambersburg Hospital, Shippensburg Health Care Center, Manor Care Nursing Home, Providence Place Retirement Community of Chambersburg and Elmcroft of Shippensburg Assisted Living & memory care.

One of Chambersburg’s leading female primary care physician. Practicing medicine for 15 years.
Board certified in Internal Medicine .