Dr. Ghumman is a family physician, certified by the American Board of Family Medicine. He Joined East Granby Family Practice in 2016. Dr Ghumman received his medical degree from Nishtar Medical College, Multan, Pakistan. He completed his residency training at St. Francis Hospital Wilmington, Delaware, where he was elected as a chief resident.
After completing his residency training, he joined faculty at Family Medicine Residency Program – St Francis Hospital, Wilmington, DE and served as an Assistant Program Director. During this time, he was also engaged in undergraduate medical education. He held faculty appointment as an Assistant Clinical Professor at Temple University School of Medicine.
He joined Frank H Netter MD School of Medicine at Quinnipiac University in 2013. He is founding clerkship director of primary care clerkship, and director of family medicine sub internship. He is an Associate Professor in the department of Family Medicine.
He pursued his interest in health policy and management and received his Master of Public Health degree from University of Massachusetts. Dr Ghumman is a Harvard Macy Scholar and an alumnus of Stanford Faculty Development Center for Medical Teachers, Stanford University. Dr Ghumman is an active member of several professional societies including American Association for Physician Leadership. He is a Certified Physician Executive (CPE) – Certified by Certifying Commission in Medical Management.
Dr Ghumman has held various leadership positions. He is the 227th President of Hartford County Medical Association (HCMA), and an active member of Connecticut State Medical Society (CSMS). He is currently serving on the board of Connecticut Academy of Family Physicians (CAFP).
Dr Ghumman enjoys his full spectrum primary care clinical practice at East Granby Family Practice, LLC, where he is a partner. His clinical practice is recognized by The National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) as level III Patient-Centered Medical Home (PCMH). His professional interests include Health System Science in Medical Education, and Health Policy.
He lives in East Granby with his wife and two daughters.