Dr. Mujahid, MD, CMD, AGSF is an Assistant Professor of Medicine and the Co-Director of the Geriatric Fracture Program at Rhode Island Hospital. She started the Geriatric Fracture Program, the first Geriatric Co-management program at Brown with Orthopedic Surgery in 2011. The program was very successful in reducing the hospital length of stay, in patient mortality and readmission rates and hence led to development of 4 additional co-management program at Brown, namely the Geriatric Trauma Co-management program at RIH and the Elective Joints Orthopedic Co-management, the Geriatic Colorectal Co-management and the Geriatrics Urology Co-management program at TMH. She is the recipient of the Providence Business News Forty under 40 award in 2014. She is known nationally secondary to her contributions to Geriatric Co-management, has been past speaker at the annual American Geriatrics Society meetings (2014 and 2019) and was invited at UCSF to help them strategize and start their hip fracture co-management program along with other AGS faculty in 2017. She received AGSF award by the American Geriatrics Society in 2019. She is faculty at the AGS CoCare: Ortho program; Director, mandatory Geriatric Medicine rotation for Internal Medicine residents and is the Course Director for the Geriatrics Orthopedic rotation for the Geriatric Medicine fellows at Brown. She is the Medical Director for the Transitional Care Unit at Steere House Nursing and Rehabilitation Center. She does inpatient, outpatients and nursing home care. She loves spending time outdoors hiking, biking and exploring state parks and trails with her 2 young children.