Dr. Farzanna Sherene Haffizulla, of Davie, Florida, graduated summa cum laude and with University Honors in Molecular Biology and Microbiology from the University of Central Florida. She completed medical school at The University of Miami Miller School of Medicine. Her residency training was at the Cleveland Clinic Florida and at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation in Ohio and she is Board Certified in Internal Medicine. She is dedicated to her profession and deals with all her patients compassionately, diligently and thoroughly. She founded and opened her own concierge, hybrid medical practice in 2008 after practicing in a traditional setting for 5 years. Her innovative, creative approach to medical practice allows her to efficiently fuse traditional clinical practice with technology. Her medical practice allows her to offer office visits, housecalls and telemedicine to her patients. She describes her unique private practice on her personalized website: www.HousecallsMD.us.
Dr. Haffizulla has earned several awards including a Quality First Award from the Florida Heathcare Coalition, a Leading Physician Of The World Award from The International Association of Healthcare Professionals and she was also selected as an Outstanding Woman in Healthcare by the International Women’s Leadership Association. She served as the Medical Director of a Home Care services company and she currently teaches Honors Organic Chemistry to the pre-med seniors at American Heritage School. She is an Affiliate Clinical Assistant Professor of Biomedical Science at the Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine at Florida Atlantic University and is a Voluntary Assistant Professor of Medicine at the University of Miami. She is also a primary scientific board member for Shulman Institutional Review Board.
Dr. Haffizulla is the national President-elect of the American Medical Women’s Association(AMWA) and served as the South Florida AMWA branch President and one of its founding officers. As the next national President of the American Medical Woman’s Association, she will lead the organization into its centennial year. Her leadership vision is to build strong community, national and global networking by encouraging positive strides in healthcare, leadership, scholarship and academia and improving the synergy among health care and professional organizations. She is involved on many levels with AMWA including being the chair and founder for AMWA’s Preventive Services Task Force and as the executive chair of the fundraising committee. She is currently working to expand AMWA’s membership to include more youth and students at all levels and many leaders and professionals.
She is a nationally recognized speaker and expert on work/life balance and published "Harmony of the Spheres: Career, Family and Community" in 2011. She also founded and runs a work/life balance site BusyMomMD.com. She authored and nationally published several articles to parenting and professional communities. She was a guest on several radio shows and she is the new on-camera show host, anchor and medical correspondent for a nationwide health program, Mission Critical Health. Dr. Haffizulla was recently chosen to represent Florida as a National Delegate for Drexel’s Institute for Women’s Health and Leadership’s Vision 2020 program. She will also serve as a Physician Ambassador for Broward County’s Department of Health and promote prevention of disease. She lives in South Florida with her husband Dr. Jason Haffizulla and her four children.