Dr. Saulat Mushtaq, M.D. – Rheumatology2021-08-12T15:13:11-05:00
Dr. Saulat Mushtaq, M.D.

PSN Rheumatologist: Saulat Mushtaq, M.D.

Dr. Saulat Mushtaq, M.D. is board certified in Internal Medicine, Geriatric Medicine and Rheumatology. Dr. Mushtaq completed her medical education at Dow Medical College and a fellowship in Geriatric Medicine at RUSH University Medical Center and was a Rheumatology fellow at RUSH University Medical Center.



  • Missouri Medical License, Active
  • Illinois Medical License, Active
  • United States Medical Licensing Examination, 2012
  • Basic Life Support and Advanced Cardiopulmonary Life Support, 2003
  • United States Medical Licensing Examination, Active


  • ABIM board Certified – Rheumatology 2010
  • ABIM Board Certified – Geriatric Medicine 2008
  • ABIM Board Certified – Internal Medicine 2007
    • Efficacy of the new subcutaneous insulin dosing protocol in improving glycemic control among inpatients at St. Joseph Hospital:
      A comparative study: Mushtaq S, Kaur A, Iroegbu N
      Saint Joseph Hospital, Chicago, IL 2004
    • CDC funded Hand Hygiene program, modeled after Chicago Antimicrobial Resistance Project (CARP) to evaluate the reproducibility, feasibility and cost effectiveness of the CARP hand hygiene intervention.
      Elward A, Babcock H, Mushtaq S, Fraser V.
      Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO
      Research Assistant, 2003-2004


  • The effect of an interactive audience response system on alcohol 2004 foam use. Society for Healthcare Epidemiology of America (SHEA).
    Mushtaq S, Elward A, Babcock H, Fraser V
  • Preceptor for medical students and residents of St. Louis University, 2010 – 2013
  • Preceptor for medical students and residents of RUSH University
    Medical Center and John H. Stroger Cook County Hospital, 2007 – 2010
  • Preceptor for Northwestern University and University of Illinois
    Medical students on Junior Medicine rotations, 2004 – 2007

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