Sonita Khan, MD
American Board of Family Medicine
Eastern Carolina University: Brody School of Medicine Department of Family Medicine
Tallahassee Memorial Family Medicine Program
St. Matthews University School of Medicine
Dr. Khan grew up in NYC and knew that she wanted to be a doctor at an early age. She forged ahead towards achieving her dreams and became the first doctor in her family. She chose to specialize in Family Medicine because it challenges her to have a broad scope of knowledge, which offers the versatility to competently care for patients in diverse settings. Post residency she has spent several years as a Nocturnist/Hospitalist caring for patients during acute phases of their illnesses in various hospitals. She has 10 + years of experience delivering dedicated and excellent patient care. Patients and colleagues, alike, often admire her ability to be calm, empathetic, and thorough even while being at the forefront of medical emergencies. Her interests extends beyond the bedside into academics, and she was a well respected Associate Professor for medical students during her time at UNC Wayne Memorial Hospital in North Carolina. She has been practicing in Florida since 2017, and bravely cared for patients on the frontlines from the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. From her experience in the hospital setting, she recognizes the need for primary care physicians to lead long-term care for patients. She is passionate about achieving the best health for her patients, and excited to give back to the Lake Nona community where she currently resides.
“I believe every patient is different and deserves to have a personalized physician experience, thereby, building a foundation of trust and establishing long lasting physician-patient relationships.”