Seyed Parham Khalili (“Parham”), MD, MA, is a family medicine-geriatrician with additional expertise in addiction medicine. He is a strong believer in empathic, evidence-based primary care built on open communication and meaningful collaboration between physician and patient. Through this approach, he strives to work with each individual to tailor the care plan to his/her/their needs and preferences.
Dr. Khalili completed medical school at the University of Chicago where he also earned a master’s degree in healthcare policy. He then completed a residency in family medicine at Columbia University where he served as chief resident. He subsequently provided primary and acute care services for several years in community and academic settings in Pennsylvania prior to completing a geriatrics fellowship at Weill Cornell and serving as junior faculty in the Weill Cornell Division of Geriatrics and Palliative Care. Most recently he has completed an additional fellowship in addiction medicine in the Department of Psychiatry at Rutgers University-New Jersey Medical School.