M. Zuhdi Jasser, M.D. has been in the private practice of internal medicine and nuclear cardiology in Phoenix, Arizona since 1999. Dr. Jasser leads a small practice with one other internist and a physician’s assistant. In addition to his practice of primary care, he has particular interests in bioethics, organized medicine, and nuclear cardiology. He has served on the Maricopa County Board of Health (2004-2012) and the Board of Directors of the Area Agency on Aging (2007-2012), President of the Arizona Medical Association (2006-2007), and currently a delegate to the American Medical Association House of Delegates (AMA-HOD) for the Arizona Medical Association.
Dr. Jasser earned his medical degree on a U.S. Navy scholarship at the Medical College of Wisconsin in 1992. He served 11 years as a medical officer in the U.S. Navy receiving an honorable discharge as a Lieutenant Commander. His tours of duty included Medical Department Head aboard the U.S.S. El Paso which deployed to Somalia during Operation Restore Hope; Chief Resident at Bethesda Naval Hospital; and Staff Internist for the Office of the Attending Physician to the U. S. Congress. He is a recipient of the U.S. Navy’s Meritorious Service Medal.
Dr. Jasser, his wife Gada, and their three children reside in Scottsdale, Arizona.