Almas Chughtai, MD

Hospitalist, Internal Medicine, Baxter Regional Medical Center

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Dr. Almas Chughtai knew from a young age that she would one day be a physician, but she didn’t know just how much she would enjoy her profession. Completing all of her studies in Arkansas, Chughtai was drawn to the mystery of the sciences and the minds she met along the way. Empowered by her parents and family, Chughtai lives her life through the values of humility and always being ready to learn.

Almas Chughtai, MD

Hospitalist, Internal Medicine, Baxter Regional Medical Center

HOME: White Hall

FAVORITE RESTAURANT: Local Lime

Dr. Almas Chughtai knew from a young age that she would one day be a physician, but she didn’t know just how much she would enjoy her profession. Completing all of her studies in Arkansas, Chughtai was drawn to the mystery of the sciences and the minds she met along the way. Empowered by her parents and family, Chughtai lives her life through the values of humility and always being ready to learn.

LESSONS LEARNED DURING THE PANDEMIC:

It’s been enlightening and so gratifying to see the extent to which people can be pulled together in incredibly challenging times. Not only in health care, but all around people stretch themselves to their limits earnestly trying to be of whatever support they can.

FAVORITE PART OF YOUR JOB:

Though health care is fraught with limitations and inadequacies, being a physician is a unique position to offer so much to a fellow human being. Not only am I privileged with the opportunity to improve the health and well being of my patients, but I can attempt to educate them on different ways to evaluate, appreciate and understand their individual health care.

REMEMBER ME FOR:

I hope I’m remembered as someone who is caring and compassionate, as one who tries to put others before me. I hope I’m remembered as someone who encouraged inclusivity and to avoid intolerances by not succumbing to the fears fostered by ignorance.

PROUDEST ACCOMPLISHMENT:

I’m most proud of my respect for how I’ve gotten to where I am in life — and that is from the magnanimous support of every single person along the way. Most importantly, I’m proud and grateful for my parents for their never-ending and still-continued support. I’m proud of myself for staying grounded and having the humility to know we all have our limitations but that with hard work, we might exceed our wildest dreams.

PERSONAL MOTTO:

Just keep swimming.

LESSONS LEARNED DURING THE PANDEMIC:

It’s been enlightening and so gratifying to see the extent to which people can be pulled together in incredibly challenging times. Not only in health care, but all around people stretch themselves to their limits earnestly trying to be of whatever support they can.

FAVORITE PART OF YOUR JOB:

Though health care is fraught with limitations and inadequacies, being a physician is a unique position to offer so much to a fellow human being. Not only am I privileged with the opportunity to improve the health and well being of my patients, but I can attempt to educate them on different ways to evaluate, appreciate and understand their individual health care.

REMEMBER ME FOR:

I hope I’m remembered as someone who is caring and compassionate, as one who tries to put others before me. I hope I’m remembered as someone who encouraged inclusivity and to avoid intolerances by not succumbing to the fears fostered by ignorance.

PROUDEST ACCOMPLISHMENT:

I’m most proud of my respect for how I’ve gotten to where I am in life — and that is from the magnanimous support of every single person along the way. Most importantly, I’m proud and grateful for my parents for their never-ending and still-continued support. I’m proud of myself for staying grounded and having the humility to know we all have our limitations but that with hard work, we might exceed our wildest dreams.

PERSONAL MOTTO:

Just keep swimming.

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