Standard of Care, for those in the legal and medical field has a heavy meaning. In short, while medical professionals have a lot of latitude, there is a standard of treatment that they must meet in order to avoid lawsuits, maintain their licensure and professional liability insurance. Dr. Qureshi surpasses the "Standard of Care", I was impressed that he provided "Optimal Care". Not rushed at all, a lot of medical professionals are so caught up with regulatory issues such as Electronic Med. Recs.; trying to see "x" amount of patient ls per day/hour, that they ultimately lose sight of "The Patient".
Additionally, I was impressed that he is not a doctor who "runs up" the bill. A lot of lay folks don't know, but once you meet your copay/deductible obligations, the doctor can run the bill up very easily where the insurance will pay for it, all it takes is articulating it as medically necessary... I'm not sure many doctors don't know how to do that, they work with insurance companies enough where it's easy enough to know what magic language to use. However, it demonstrates a level of integrity when THEY DON'T, like Dr. Qureshi didn't means something in my book.
He has a sincere interest in his patients' wellness, is very thorough and his bedside manner is perfect. His office staff is friendly, warm and I found them to compliment his well-oiled machine of a practice. I highly recommend this Doctor, as he came recommended to me from one of the most respected Doctors in the Country (literally).