COVID-19 Notice: During the COVID-19 Public Health Emergency,
Kanwal Qidwai, MD
continues to offer Suboxone Clinic services to
patients. We are performing all doctor visits via online video.
Kanwal Qidwai, MD, MS, is board certified in Public Health & General Preventive Medicine, and she joined Bicycle Health as a medical provider in November 2018. Kanwal earned her Doctor of Medicine (MD) from Dow University of Health Sciences in Pakistan and completed her residency at the University of New Mexico Preventive Medicine Residency Program, where she also obtained her Master of Science (MS) in clinical research. Kanwal’s interest in addiction medicine developed throughout her residency training, particularly during her work with the New Mexico Department of Health. Kanwal ultimately pursued Addiction Medicine Fellowship at Kaiser Permanente Northern California, and she enjoys collaborating with her patients to develop safe, confidential, and individualized treatment plans. In her free time, she enjoys cooking and traveling.
American Board of Preventive Medicine
University of New Mexico Digital Repository (2017): Barriers to treatment with buprenorphine for opioid addiction in New Mexico
University of New Mexico Digital Repository (2015): A relevant comparison between buprenorphine and methadone in various aspects
American Journal of Medical Genetics Part A (2010): Deletions of Xp provide evidence for the role of holocytochrome C‐type synthase (HCCS) in congenital diaphragmatic hernia