Saima Jehangir, MD
Dr. Saima Jehangir is a native of Austin, TX and a University of Texas at Austin alum. She received a Master’s degree in Public Health and then went on to receive a medical degree from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. While she was in medical school, she interned at the World Health Organization in Geneva, Switzerland.
Dr. Jehangir’s chief resident year was in Baltimore, Maryland, where she spent part of the year training at John Hopkins University. She received the Award for Excellence in Laparoscopic Surgery while she was a resident.
Following her residency, Dr. Jehangir worked with the underserved community in a rural Delaware town. She recently attended the Summer Institute in Population and Family Health/Maternal and Child Health at John Hopkins School of Public Health in Baltimore.
Dr. Jehangir speaks several languages, including Urdu, Hindi, French, Spanish, and some Arabic. She currently resides in Austin, TX with her husband Tomas Antonini, daughter Laila and son Daniel.