Crutchfield Dermatology Foundation Awards the Khalid Mahmud M.D. Outstanding Student Scholarship at the High School of Recording Arts Gala

Pictured left to right: Charles E. Crutchfield, III M.D., Laschelle Jameson and David T.C Ellis.

“We are pleased the Crutchfield Dermatology Foundation has been such a strong supporter of the High School of Recording Arts over the years.” David T.C. Ellis

Crutchfield Dermatology was pleased to award Laschelle Jameson, with the Khalid Mahmud, M.D memorial scholarship from the Crutchfield Dermatology Foundation.

About Khalid Mahmud M.D. :

He was born in the village of Gujrat, Pakistan on May 25, 1938 and was a graduate of the King Edward Medical College in Lahore. He immigrated to the United States in 1964 to advance his medical career. With Board Certifications in Oncology, Hematology, Internal Medicine and Anti-Aging Medicine, Khalid spent his career in the pursuit of healing and good health. Some of Dr. Mahmud’s most esteemed accomplishments include former Chief of Medicine and Medical Director of Oncology at North Memorial Medical Center in Minneapolis; first Medical Director of the North Memorial Cancer Center (Hubert H. Humphrey Cancer Center); former member Board of Directors, American Academy of Homecare Physicians, and one of its founding members; and former member Board of Directors, American Tele-medicine Association. He was also a member of the Board of Directors and one of the founders of the N.C. Little Memorial Hospice in Edina, MN, where he also spent his final days. Additionally, he was a published author and true entrepreneur, starting businesses in Home Healthcare (CareVan, Medysis), Home Telemedicine (American TeleCare) and Anti-Aging (Innovative Directions in Health). Dr. Mahmud was widely recognized as a visionary and innovator throughout his career.

“He started the businesses as a way to help people,”…

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