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Gulshan Doulatram, MD
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Departments: Anesthesiology
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Languages: English
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Dr. Doulatram received her medical degree from Kilpauk Medical College in 1991. She completed her Internship and Residency of Anesthesiology at the University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas. She also completed her Fellowship for Pain Management at the University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, Texas. She is currently the Pain Fellowship Director  at UTMB.

Dr. Doulatram’s specialties are Anesthesiology and Pain Management. She specializes in the treatment of variety of pain disorders including chronic back pain and cancer pain and performs various interventional pain procedures.

Medical/Professional School:

Kilpauk Medical College - Chennai, India, MD, 1991

Residencies:

Anesthesiology, University of Texas Medical Branch - Galveston, TX, 1999

Fellowships:

Pain Management, University of Texas Medical Branch - Galveston, TX, 2001

Internships:

Anesthesiology, University of Texas Medical Branch - Galveston, TX, 1996


Certifications:

Anesthesiology,American Board of Anesthesiology

Pain Medicine,American Board of Anesthesiology

UTMB Health Pain Management and Neurology- Multispecialty Center
2660 Gulf Freeway South #10
League City, TX 77573
Fax: (281) 337-0720

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in spite having my records and knew the type of Ned's I was taken she refused to offer me anyNov 09,2016
Gave me an appointment for an injection in the spine I wanted more information about the risk & the secondary effects. I have this appointment pending...Nov 07,2016
*Dr. Doulatram has to be one of the most caring doctors I've ever had the privilege of working with.Sep 28,2016
Very good.Sep 26,2016
Pain management. The reluctance, well founded, refraining from prescribing opiates especially when needed is poor practice. I am seriously considering a new plan when insurance season begins again as UTMB does not allow for variance on a patient to patient basis.Sep 19,2016
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