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James Doe
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Dr. James Yao Doe was born and raised in Ghana. He attended University of Science and Technology in Ghana where he completed his medical training. Upon completion, he worked as a general medical practitioner at Koforidua Regional Hospital and then Battor Catholic Hospital (both in Ghana), before relocating to the United States.

He was a resident in the Department of Family Medicine at University of Oklahoma in Tulsa. After completing residency, Dr. Doe initially worked as a locum doctor both in Oklahoma and in Houston, Texas seeing patients in primary care clinics, urgent care clinics and emergency rooms. He was then employed by the Coastal Health and Wellness Clinic (former 4c’s Clinic) and then by University of Texas Medical Branch Correctional Managed Care. Dr. Doe recently joined the UTMB Community Based Clinics in March of 2016.

He is actively involved in Texas Association of Family Physicians Galveston Branch. Dr. Doe and his family are active members of the Ghanaian community in Greater Houston.

Medical/Professional School:

Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology, School of Medicine - Kumasi, Ghana, MD, 1997


Family Medicine, University of Oklahoma College of Medicine - Tulsa, OK, 2008


Family Medicine, University of Oklahoma College of Medicine - Tulsa, OK, 2010

UTMB Health Pediatric and Adult Primary Care - Alvin
2020 East Highway 6
Alvin, TX 77511
Fax: (281) 585-3819

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Was hoping for more personal attention, and concern.Jan 26,2017
Dr. Doe is awesome.Feb 09,2017
Listened to my concerns, answered all my questions. Very friendly, helpful, and caring. Very good experience!Feb 14,2017
Dr Doe hardly said a word to me. when I asked for something for my migraine, which he didn't even ask me about my history of them, I told him what I've taken (everything from non narcotic to narcotics) he told me no and referred me to a neurologist. That is ok, but it's over 2 months until the neurologist can see me. I feel that I needed something for my migraine now, it can't wait 2 months.Feb 16,2017
It was goodMar 03,2017
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