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Specialty

Internal Medicine

Language(s) Spoken

English

Joined Kelsey-Seybold

November 2021

Accepting New Patients?

Yes

Professional Background

Dr. Priya Gandhi is a board-certified Internal Medicine physician who grew up in the Houston area. She received a Bachelor of Science in anthropology and human biology in 2010 from Emory University in Atlanta, Ga. In San Antonio, she pursued her medical degree along with a Master of Public Health through The University of Texas system in 2016. She completed her Internal Medicine residency in 2019 at the University of Miami in South Florida. Prior to joining Kelsey-Seybold in 2021, she practiced Internal Medicine at Medinet Clinic in Houston.

Professional Associations

Dr. Gandhi is a member of Texas Medical Association.

Hobbies and Interests

Dr. Gandhi enjoys exploring the town and having new experiences as well as spending time with family and friends.

Fun Facts

The best advice Dr. Gandhi has ever received is “Life is about balance, especially when it comes to your health.”

Her guilty pleasure is chocolate.


​I’m committed to improving health outcomes through an emphasis on prevention and by providing comprehensive care.

Available Appointments with Priya Gandhi, MD, MPH

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Awards & Recognitions

Research

  • South Texas Environmental Education and Research (STEER) Program. Gained hands-on experience involving various public health challenges at the Texas-Mexico border, researching preventative health efforts, border health concerns, environmental health hazards, community-based healthcare initiatives, and alternative forms of medical treatment across cultures.
  • National Institute of Diabetes and Digestive and Kidney Diseases (NIDDK) Medical Student Research Program. Designed and evaluated interventional programs to change dietary and physical activity behaviors in the pediatric population.
  • Department of Emergency Medicine at Emory University. Investigated the role of progesterone in combating the effects of traumatic brain injury.