Sultan Niazi, MD, is a board certified intensivist who specializes in caring for critically ill patients in the intensive care unit (ICU) or progressive care unit (PCU) at Goshen Hospital. He takes a comprehensive approach to caring for patients with complex conditions and coordinates treatment and services provided by a medical team of specialists.
With advanced training in pulmonary medicine, critical care and sleep medicine, Dr. Niazi provides vital medications, procedures and monitoring for patients in the hospital with life-threatening illnesses or conditions.
Dr. Niazi also serves as the Medical Director of Goshen Sleep Disorders Center.
Philosophy of Care
Dr. Niazi treats patients like family. He believes compassion and kindness are vital in caring for critically ill patients. Many patients in the ICU are in unstable conditions caused by disorders such as cardiac arrest, respiratory failure, strokes or severe trauma. Dr. Niazi acts as the medical team leader and takes primary responsibility to coordinate a multispecialty group of specialists to provide complete care for the patient. The collaborative approach helps improve the quality of patient care, reduce complications, shorten lengths of stay in ICU and enhance safety.
- Pulmonary medicine
- Lung disease
- Antibiotic resistant organisms
- Obstructive sleep apnea and narcolepsy in critically ill patients
- Infectious diseases
- Molecular biology of cancerous cells
- Persistent asthma
Board certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Disease and Critical Care Medicine
Doctor of Medicine:
Rawalpindi Medical College
University of Punjab, Rawalpindi, Pakistan
Texas Tech University Hospital, El Paso, TX
Pulmonary, critical care, allergy, immunology and sleep medicine
Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, PA