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Maria Baig is a NCCPA-certified Physician Assistant originally from Tulsa, Oklahoma. After completing a Bachelor of Science in Psychology from The University of Tulsa, Maria attended the University of Evansville and graduated with a Master of Physician Assistant Science before starting her psychiatry rotation.

A believer in a holistic approach to mental health through both medication and lifestyle changes, Maria specializes in medication management counseling and helping individuals experiencing anxiety, depression, and ADHD find the treatments and techniques that work best for them.

Maria dedicates time to her patients and is committed to their well-being, making it her goal to help them live as the best version of themselves. She has a particular interest in child and adolescent psychiatry but enjoys working with all ages, backgrounds, and cultures.

To ensure that her services are as accessible as possible for anyone who needs them, Maria offers online telehealth sessions, empowering patients who would otherwise find it difficult to attend the clinic in person. In addition to English, she speaks fluent Urdu and Hindi as well as conversational Punjabi.

During leisure time, Maria loves spending time with friends and family. She likes watching TV, baking, and traveling. Since moving to New York, she spends her weekends trying new cuisines and exploring everything the city has to offer.


  • Psychiatry Physician Assistant at Madison Avenue TMS and Therapy (2017 – Present)
  • Psychiatry Physician Assistant at Summit Health and Wellness Center (2020 – 2023)
  • Medical Scribe and Trainer, St. John’s Medical Center – Tulsa, OK (2014 – 2017)


  • University of Evansville, Master of Physician Assistant Science
  • University of Tulsa, Bachelor of Science in Psychology, Minor: Biology and Early Intervention


  • NCCPA certification – Physician Assistant


  • Psychosocial hazards affecting anxiety and depression and its correlation to residential area.
  • Effects of estrogen and the renal excretion of sodium in male and female mice.