Book an Appointment
Qualifications and Experience
Dr. Hamid Kamran is board certified in Gastroenterology. He is a member of the American College of Gastroenterology, American Gastroenterological Association, American Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, Texas Medical Association and Tarrant County Medical Society.
He served as Assistant Professor of Medicine in the division of Gastroenterology at Louisiana State University, School of Medicine, New Orleans, before starting his own private practice in 2002 in Texas. He currently practices in Arlington, Texas and his practice focuses on many gastroenterological areas, like colon cancer, ulcer disease, gastroesophageal reflux disease, gallbladder, liver and pancreatic diseases, as well as Advanced and therapeutic endoscopy including ERCP. His areas of interest include but are not limited to, Barrett’s Esophagus, Inflammatory Bowel Diseases – Ulcerative Colitis and crohn’s Disease, Endoscopic mass/polyp removal, Liver and Pancreatic Diseases.
Dr. Kamran received his medical degree from the University of Punjab, Allama Iqbal Medical College, Lahore in 1986. Dr. Kamran completed his Internal Medicine residency training at University of Alabama at Birmingham, School of Medicine, Montgomery, Alabama. He went on to train as a fellow at Louisiana State University, School of Medicine in New Orleans, Louisiana where he completed his fellowship in Gastroenterology.
Apart from his work, Dr. Kamran enjoys spending time with his wife and three children, going to movies, Travelling, skiing and listening to music.
Verified Patient Reviews
Generally unhelpful. Gave off the vibe that he could care less.
I have faith that he is taking good care of me.
Dr Kamran is excellent
Very professional! Super friendly doctor and friendly staff...he took the time to explain to me what a previous gastro MD didn't. I like his demeanor and would definitely recommend him!
This was our first time using zocdoc and this provider. Not sure if we will use this office or this service again. They could not find my appointment once I got there. They did however make time for me so that was good. But one member of the office staff could use a customer service class. She made us feel like we were bothering her. It made the visit very uncomfortable.
Office staff was polite but office itself was uncomfortably warm and didn't seem particularly clean, wait time was terrible (greater than one hour) for less than 15 minutes with the doctor himself, Dr. Kamran spent more time looking at and talking to his computer than me (he didn't touch me other than to shake my hand), and he was dismissive of what research I had done to try to understand my illness and be better prepared to talk with him about my treatment. Dr. Kamran's manner and practice are poor and I get the impression he is seeing as many patients as possible without giving any of them the attention or care they deserve. I would not recommend Dr. Kamran.
He is a very good doctor.
I found Dr. Kamran and his staff to be very professional. My only complaint - It takes forever to get a second appointment. I was supposed to have a follow up 2 weeks after my colonoscopy, but the soonest I could get in was almost a month away. And they called yesterday to reschedule even further out.
I have been dealing with IBS for over 20 years. Lately, I have had extreme discomfort and pain which is affecting me personally and professionally. I was hoping to finally get some relief and answers. I sat for almost an hour waiting for the first exam. He didn't ask much about my medical history or me personally. He ordered 2 tests and left spending less than 10 minutes with me. I didn't feel like that was long enough to get an idea of what could be wrong. I had my follow up appt. yesterday and waited 1 1/2 hours to see him! There was no apology for his making my girls and I wait. He said my results were normal and wanted to send me away with a prescription. I felt like there was no compassion, sympathy, or desire to continue trying to figure out what's wrong. He wants to see me in 4 weeks - NO WAY!!!
There was a mixup with my original appointment, but the doctor and office were extremely accommodating in fixing it. I honestly haven't been to a doctor's office that was so wonderful in a really long time. Definitely recommend this office.
I was frustrated sitting so long with no apology for the delay. It was very clinical without much of a personal touch.
I appreciated their office for getting me in because they did NOT have a confirmation of my appointment even though this website provided me with three confirmations/reminders of this appointment.
it was a good visit overall, seems like a really smart doctor. its a crowded office and they are strict about paper work.
I was very pleased with selecting Dr Kamran. He was very easy to talk to and very knowledgable. I highly recommend him.
He focuses on the reason you are there, what to do and how the best way to handle the problem, illness, Afterwards. he handles the situation very professionally and yet caring. He takes time to explain and care. This is vitally important.
Great doctor. Friendly and good at explaining things.
Thank u so much
Dr. Kamran was very nice, professional, and explained what was going on in a way that didn't feel like he was talking down to me.
He was professional but it took two hours to see him
Very likeable guy--he explains things clearly and helps me understand the results.