Zhilwan Rahim, D.O.
Clinical Assistant Professor, General & Hospital Medicine
I obtained my medical degree from Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences in 2017 (cum laude). Attended Central Michigan University Internal Medicine Residency Program to complete my training in 2020. As a PGY-2 I was elected to PGY-3 Chief Resident (CR). As a CR, I was responsible for creating and helping implement both the inpatient and ambulatory curriculum along with our simulation labs in collaboration with our PD and APD. Along with my co-chief, we also developed presentations for our rotating medical students that were used for formal didactics.