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Qualifications and Experience
Dr. Sarah Siddiqui, MD, MPH joined Texas Gulf Coast Medical Group (TGCMG) in late October 2017. She is board certified in Internal Medicine as well as certified in Medical Quality. She completed her education in Texas including attended University of Texas in Austin for undergraduate degree followed by Texas A&M Health Science Center for her medical degree. She then went on to complete her combined residency in Internal Medicine and General Preventive Medicine at the University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston. During her residency, she also earned Master’s in Public Health degree. She is a member of Texas Medical Association, American Medical Association, American College of Physician, American College of Preventive Medicine, and American College of Medical Quality. Dr. Siddiqui sees patients at the Gemini Office of TGCMG. Her medical interests include prevention & wellness, the management of chronic medical conditions such as hypertension, diabetes, and obesity, and the quality management of healthcare systems. She treats a range of conditions among adults including high blood pressure, diabetes, and chronic lung diseases (COPD, emphysema, asthma) as well as performs wellness and physical exams. She believes in the importance of caring for patients with a holistic approach including addressing lifestyle behaviors like physical activity and nutrition as well as empowering patients to optimize their quality of life. Dr. Siddiqui is dedicated to assuring a positive patient experience as well as working with her team to improve quality and service at the practice. Her philosophy of patient care is based upon compassion, efficacy, and teamwork. She focuses on giving patients the highest quality of care by upholding best practices and evidence-based medicine.
Verified Patient Reviews
Loved the doctor. The receptionists forgot about me an hour and then went back and forth on who should have checked me in No apology felt like a number not s person. The 2 receptionist need training on professionalism. You can’t train caring and empathy but they are in need of those traits as well. I was to receive a follow up from the Office Manager who was not there when I experienced this dissatisfaction. The call has never come.
She was very thorough and clear in her explanation on medications to take and those to stay away from.