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Joseph Ray, MD
Assistant Professor
Departments: Pediatrics
Specialties: Genetics - Pediatric
Languages: English
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Dr. Joseph Ray is the Division Director of Medical Genetics and Assistant Professor in the Department of Pediatric. He received his M.D. from the University of Texas Health Science Center of Houston and completed a post-doctoral fellowship in Molecular Genetics as well as his pediatric residency and medical genetics fellowship in a combined program at the University of Texas Health Science Center of Houston.

Dr. Ray specializes in medical genetics and sees adult and pediatric patients with all forms of conditions with genetic etiologies including skeletal dysplasias, cancer syndromes, chromosome abnormalities, single gene defects, inborn errors of metabolism, mitochondrial disorders, etc.

Dr. Ray is board eligible in the American Board of Pediatrics and is board eligible in the American Board of Medical Genetics.

Medical/Professional School:

University of Texas Health Science Center - Houston, TX, MD, 2009

UTMB Health Island Pediatrics East - Galveston
400 Harborside Drive #103
Galveston, TX 77550
Fax: (409) 772-3680

UTMB Health Pediatric Primary and Specialty Care, Bay Colony
2785 Gulf Freeway South #2.200
League City, TX 77573
Fax: (409) 772-3680

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I am very satisfied with the kindness from everyone.Dec 01,2016
Did not rush us. Explained everything in detail and listened to our concerns.Jul 08,2016
*Allision was fantastic. *Dr. Ray was excellent, took time, explained every thing very helpful.Feb 26,2016
We waited three months for the appointment and were told that because our daughter didn't "look like she had deformities", he wouldn't really order any tests we were looking for. Our daughter's entire life has been composed of all these "little oddities", which we discussed with the counselor before the provider came into the room. There are too many off "little oddities" to just be put off or dismissed. Also, we are still waiting on a call back from the office to know if we need to see Hematology or not. (We think we should be.)Oct 15,2015