While in Monroe, Dr. Ansari served as chairman of the Intensive Care Unit at Mercy Hospital and Memorial Hospital for ten years, from 1970 through 1980. He took on many responsibilities during his time in Monroe Hospitals, including serving as an elected member of the Board of Directors of Mercy Memorial Hospital from 1975-1977. Additionally, he served as Chairman of the Utilization Committee, Infection Committee, Medical Records Committee, and Trauma Service. Alongside his work in the hospital, Dr. Ansari simultaneously built the first modern, multiple speciality clinic in Monroe, allowing him to introduce 37 badly needed physicians to the community. The Monroe Chamber of Commerce elected him to the Board of Directors of the Chamber in response.