Shahzad Hashmi, MD, DFAPA, Chief Medical Officer

Shahzad Hashmi is a psychiatrist in Lawrenceville and Flowery Branch GA
Shahzad Hashmi, MD, DFAPA, Chief Medical Officer

Meet Dr. Hashmi

Shahzad M. Hashmi, MD, FAPA

Chief Medical Officer, Salveo Integrative Health, Inc.

Dr. Shahzad Hashmi is the Chief Medical Officer and Founder of Salveo Integrative Health, Inc. and the Salveo Foundation, Inc.. He completed his medical degree from Dow Medical College in Karachi, Pakistan, where he specialized in internal medicine and surgery. He moved to the United States and completed his residency at Howard University Medical School, where he served as the Chief Resident and received his medical degree in Psychiatry.

Dr. Hashmi received two years of additional training at Emory School of Medicine, where he received a prestigious Fellowship in Geriatric Medicine. Dr. Hashmi is a Board-Certified Psychiatrist, who has been treating clients of all ages for over seventeen years. Dr. Hashmi contributed to a number of clinical trials and publications during his training and continues to participate in clinical trials, most recently receiving recognition from the Oasis Study in 2020.

Dr. Hashmi started his private practice in 2004 in Lawrenceville, GA and has expanded the company into a full-service, behavioral health organization that specializes in private practice, inpatient medicine, program development, provider staffing, hospital consultation and liaison services, medical directorships and program management.

Due to Dr. Hashmi’s extensive expertise in behavioral health treatment, programs, and management, he serves as Medical Director of private geriatric hospital programs, child and adolescent community-based crisis inpatient centers, specialized, state-funded inpatient units for autistic children and leads a team of psychiatrists, nurse practitioners, therapists, physician assistants, pharmacists to provide services to tens of thousands of clients across the southeast.

Dr. Hashmi is on the faculty of several medical schools and training programs such as Emory University School of Medicine, Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, Philadelphia School of Osteopathic Medicine, The University of Georgia Medical School Partnership, and Mercer School of Medicine. Dr. Hashmi has trained hundreds of medical, physician assistant, nurse practitioner and counseling students as he advocates strongly for his field of practice and the critical need for high quality providers for the future of behavioral medicine.

Dr. Hashmi developed a non-profit organization, “The Salveo Foundation,” in 2013, with a vision to provide critical psychiatry services to non-profit and community internal medicine clinics. He saw a great need for psychiatry services within medical clinics for their uninsured and underinsured clients who were not following up with behavioral health care. Dr. Hashmi created a “medical home” model where Salveo staff treat clients within primary care and internal medicine clinics in order to coordinate care and provide critical services. The Salveo Foundation continues to expand, and Dr. Hashmi received the “Circle of Hope Award for Compassionate Medicine” for his work with The Hope Clinic in Lawrenceville, Georgia.

Dr. Hashmi is a Distinguished Member of the American Psychiatric Association, the Georgia Medical Director’s Association and the Georgia Psychiatric Physician’s Association. In his leisure time, Dr. Hashmi enjoys hiking, traveling and spending time with his family.