Mahmood H. Khichi, MD, FAAP, MBA
Department or Service
- The Woodlands
Assistant Professor, Section of Pediatric Critical Care Medicine
Baylor College of Medicine
|Southern Nazarene University, Tulsa, OK||masters||Master of Business Admnistration||2014|
|Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA||fellowship||Pediatric Cardiac Critical Care||2002|
|Medical College of Georgia, Augusta, GA||fellowship||Pediatric Critical Care||1996|
|Oklahoma University Health Sciences Center, OKC, OK||residency||Pediatrics||1995|
|Civil Hospital Karachi, Pakistan||internship||Transitional||1991|
|University of Karachi, Pakistan||postgraduate training||Diploma in Child Health||1991|
|Dow Medical College, Karachi, Pakistan||MBBS||Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery||1990|
I am dedicated to providing the best quality care to sick children. I believe that quality is the best clinical outcome in the most cost effective manner. I also recognize that quality care is a result of effective communication and collaboration between the entire patient care team. I strive for efficient, safe, equitable, and family centered approach based on compassion and highest ethical standards.
My clinical interests include standardizing and organizing patient care to reduce variability. One of the areas of my focus is to examine ways to decrease the cost of patient care without compromising quality.
I am honored to be a part of the pediatric critical care team at Texas Children’s Hospital, one of the best in the nation and the world.
|American Academy of Pediatrics||Fellow|
|American Association for Physician Leadership||Member|
|Society of Critical Care Medicine||Member|
Text Book Chapter: Predicting Survival or Mortality for Patients with DIC and/or Critical Illness, Mahmood H. Khichi MD, Wanda J. Parsons MBA, Linda A. Winters-Miner PhD, Tutorial Chapter J1, Practical Predictive Analytics and Decision Systems for Medicine, by Elsevier Inc. 2015.