Dr. Lalani for Texas

In the early 90’s Dr. Lalani arrived in the United States to begin his medical career. He chose the United States because here is where the medicine was most advanced; here is where the greatest healthcare was provided because here was the world’s greatest nation. It was a shock to discover how inequitable the healthcare system was in the world’s greatest nation. The advancements and the high level of care were undeniable, but the access to the common citizen was shameful. Throughout his career, Dr. Lalani tried to shorten that gap through his own practice and charitable endeavors—always wanting to do more. Now, after decades of practice and thousands of patients, Dr. Lalani has decided to do more for his fellow Texans. Who better to advocate for the healthcare and betterment of a community than it’s trusted, physician. Dr. Suleman Lalani has been in private practice in the Greater Houston area for the last two decades and in Sugar Land for 15 years. He completed his fellowship training at Baylor College of Medicine and has attended courses at Harvard Medical School and Columbia University College of Physicians. He is Triple Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Geriatric Medicine and Hospice, and Palliative Medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine, and he is also certified by the American Medical Directors Association. Dr. Lalani is among an elite group of physicians nationwide with this qualification. He is also recognized by the National Register of Who’s Who for Excellence in Geriatric Medicine. Dr. Lalani has been serving in various leadership roles in both professional organizations and medical institutions. He is a Board member and also an Ambassador to US Congress for the Alzheimer’s Association Dr. Lalani’s interest in caring for his patients - especially the elderly - continues to lead him towards researching solutions to the common problems that elder members of the community face. Dr. Lalani believes strongly in philanthropy and volunteer service. He has formerly served as the Chairman for Regional Committee of the Aga Khan Foundation USA for four years. The Aga Khan Foundation operates under the mandate to alleviate global poverty and improve the quality of life for all. He is also involved with raising awareness and funds for the National MS Society and Alzheimer's Association. Locally he serves on the boards of the Ft Bend Rainbow Room and Ft Bend Exchange Club. Dr. Lalani is married and has three children. In his leisure time, Dr. Lalani enjoys reading, painting, playing racquetball, cycling, and traveling.