Dr. Hibba Haider

Dr. Hibba Haider


-Graduated from Fatima Jinnah Medical University Lahore, Pakistan. MBBS- 1997
-Pediatric Internship and Residency from University of Kansas Medical Center 20111
    ⁃    Currently Staff Pediatrician Health Partnership Clinic and Choice Physicians Group
    ⁃    Adjunct Clinical Assistant Professor of Pediatrics at KHSC ( Kansas Health Sciences Center at Kansas School of Osteopathic Medicine, Wichita, Kansas.
    ⁃    Masters in Behavioral Health in Pediatric Masters from Children Mercy Hospital KCMO
    ⁃    Master Trainer HBB ( Helping Babies Breathe) and
    ⁃    Diploma in International Medicine and Public Health 2019
    ⁃    Treasurer FJMU Alumni 2019-2020
    ⁃    Past President APPNA Heartland Chapter 2016-2018
    ⁃    Vice President Crescent Peace Society ( Interfaith Muslim Organization)

Came to the US in 2001 and settled in Kansas City KS. She completed her Pediatric Residency in 2011 at the University of Kansas Medical Center. After completing her residency, she started working in underserved settings of FQHC (Federally Qualified Health Center) Flint Hills Community Health Center in Emporia KS in 2013. She has also served as a Pediatrician at the Turner House Children’s Clinic (now Vibrant Health System) in Kansas City, Kansas, KVC Child Psychiatric Prairie Ridge Hospital Kansas City KS until 2016. Currently, she is working as a staff pediatrician at the Health Partnership Clinic and has a private practice at Choice Physicians Group in a Direct Primary Care practice model since May 2016. She has a special interest in child and adolescent Pediatric care and has completed a Masters of Behavioral Health Course from Children’s Mercy Hospital. She has a keen interest in managing and treating children, teenagers, and young adults with common mental health issues that can be addressed within the scope of a Pediatrician. She is an HBB ( Helping Babies Breathe) master trainer as well and has trained residents and physicians at the Fatima Jinnah Medical University during the December 2019 Medical Symposium that was facilitated by FJ Alumni, AFJOG and hosted by FJMU and Vice-Chancellor Dr. Amir Zaman Khan.  She loves teaching and mentoring medical students and has helped and trained countless Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistants needing to complete their designated clinical practicum hours for graduation. She also mentors and facilitates shadowing for International Medical Students aspiring to get residency positions in the US, helping them write CVs and obtain LORs. She has and continues to serve in various and diverse capacities in her community engaging in philanthropic, volunteering, and Interfaith activities. With the FJ Alumni esteemed team, she is helping to raise awareness, help with fundraising via donations, help facilitate community projects in underserved populations in Pakistan. Namely Maternal and Child Health, Education about Immunization for Preventable diseases, Breast Feeding, Infant Mortality to name a few. This is a team of community leaders uniting in support of The University of Kansas Health Systems and The University of Kansas Medical Center to further its reputation, awareness, governmental support, and strategic initiatives. A Kansas City-based Interfaith Organization which helps to educate about the Muslim faith and facilitate Interfaith dialogue and understanding, promote peace and tolerance. Also, one of the Board Members of Faith Always Wins and Committee Member of Friends of Seven Days (A Non- profit trademark under Faith Always Wins Foundation) working to enhance Interfaith Tolerance in Kansas City Community). She was chosen to be the President of the MAACA Festival (Host Country Pakistan) -February 2019-April 2019. Pakistan was the host country and the entire theme of the festival was to highlight Pakistani art, culture, food, architecture, folk dances, literature, music, etc. An audience of over 10,000 people attended including local mayors, governors, congresswomen, elected officials, and the diverse local population of all ethnicities and backgrounds.  The Mid-American Asian Cultural Association is a non-profit organization that promotes cultural understanding and education opportunities in the Greater Kansas City Area. She serves as the current Vice President of MAACA.

See a link below from KCPT Interfaith Iftar broadcast on local TV channel.