Dr. Al Awamleh was born and raised in Jordan, and attended medical school at The University of Jordan where he chose to specialize in family medicine. He chose to practice family medicine so that he could provide comprehensive primary care to patients, and help them with whatever health care needs they present with. In terms of why Dr. Al Awamleh chose Victoria as his practice location due to the beautiful environment and quality of life that the city has to offer were key factors in his decision. As a physician, Dr. Al Awamleh is dedicated to providing the highest quality of care for his patients, and strives to understand their individual needs. His values include seeking to help those in need, showing respect and compassion for all of his patients, and making sure that their voices are heard. Dr. Al Awamleh’s goals are to continue to learn and grow as a family physician and to provide the best possible care to his patients. He also strives to be an advocate for people who rely on healthcare services, and to make sure they get the support they need.
Dr. Chaudhary is a dedicated and compassionate physician who has a passion for providing comprehensive healthcare to individuals and families. He was born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma. After completing medical school at Dow International Medical College in Karachi, Pakistan, Dr. Chaudhary pursued a residency in family medicine to gain a deep understanding of the unique medical needs of patients throughout their lifespans.
Dr. Chaudhary chose to complete their residency at DeTar Family Medicine Residency in Victoria, Texas because of the program's reputation for providing excellent training in family medicine. The program's emphasis on community-based care and commitment to providing comprehensive healthcare to underserved populations aligns with Dr. Chaudhary's personal and professional values.
Dr. Chaudhary is passionate about educating patients and empowering them to take an active role in their healthcare. Looking to the future, Dr. Chaudhary is excited to continue their career in family medicine and to make a meaningful difference in the lives of his patients. He is committed to staying up-to-date on the latest medical advances and to providing patients with the highest level of care possible.
Dr. Donoso is honored to be completing his training at the DeTar Family Medicine Residency Program in Victoria, TX. Born and raised in Ecuador, he is fully bilingual in English and Spanish. He moved to the United States at age 16 to complete high school at the Armand Hammer United World College (Montezuma, NM) where he had the opportunity to live with 200 other bright students representing 85 different countries. He earned his BA in Neuroscience, Biology, and Spanish at the Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore, MD) and his MD at the Boston University School of Medicine (Boston, MA). After working as a Postdoctoral Clinical Research Fellow at the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (Philadelphia, PA) he applied for residency training in family medicine for its broad scope, flexibility, and continuity of care, allowing for countless opportunities to establish meaningful relationships with patients and communities of all kinds. Dr. Donoso has found both Victoria and DeTar to be hidden gems, rapidly evolving and brimming with potential. Victoria is small, comfortable, and manageable while also having everything you need. DeTar combines solid, unopposed training with a tight-knit group of warm, supportive faculty, staff, and residents. Dr. Donoso is grateful to learn from his patients and colleagues and is looking forward to finding his niche in the field, growing as a clinician, and radiating a curative shield around his community.
I’m from McAllen, Texas. I went to the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston. I chose family medicine because of the variety in patient populations that can be seen. I chose Victoria for it’s location close to home and for the population, I can serve by staying in this area. My goal is to become a rural family physician. My values as a physician include honesty, loyalty, and compassion.
Dr. Francesca Gray is from Corpus Christi, Texas. She went to the University of the Incarnate Word School of Osteopathic Medicine. She chose the field of family medicine for the ability to see patients from birth to death and provided needed continuity of care alongside preventative medicine. She chose Victoria because she wanted a smaller town with a large strong community that was close to home. Her goals are to pursue medicine via a functional, holistic route by providing integrative medicine to a community where it is lacking. To provide a more well-rounded type of medicine that does not stop at pharmaceuticals but include lifestyle interventions to encourage more cost-effective well rounded care. Her values as a physician are to provide healthcare that fits the patient and not the textbooks.
Dr. Lobido is originally from the Philippines and is a graduate of the Dr. Jose P. Rizal School of Medicine. Dr. Lobido chose to become a family medicine physician because she loves the flexibility by being able to provide care to a wider patient population. Dr. Lobido chose the Victoria area since it is the “crossroads” from major cities in Texas. Her goals are to continually improve herself and become the best version of herself in the future. Dr. Lobido values competence, conscience and compassionate commitment as a family medicine physician.
Dr. Ranauta was born and raised in Punjab which is a northern state of India and moved to the United States at the age of 26 to enhance her studies in the medical field. Dr. Ranuata is a medical graduate of Government Medical College. She chose to become a family medicine physician because she has the opportunity to work in the community as a primary care physician to keep the community and patients healthy. Dr. Ranauta chose the DeTar Family Medicine program due to the freedom to practice full-scope medicine under the same roof and also the camaraderie she felt that naturally drew her towards the workplace culture. Her goals are to strengthen her skills in the clinical practice area and utilize her knowledge and skills. Dr. Ranuata is passionate to serve as an ally for her patients, be a pillar of support and optimism to her family and friends and be an advocate to her community.
I was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas (Go Spurs Go!). I graduated from St. George's University, School of Medicine, and enjoyed the beautiful Caribbean beaches and culture while studying medicine. I chose family medicine for the diversity of the specialty and the continuity of care that it allows for. My interests have always been broad and family medicine gives me the opportunity to not only treat the general adult population but take care of the entire family, encompassing all of their healthcare needs. DeTar was especially appealing to me due to the sense of family and camaraderie built among the residents, not to mention that it is an opposed program with many opportunities to learn in whatever area you’re interested in, all you have to do is ask! While I'm still figuring out my end goal, my overall goal is to be an excellent provider who is able to provide comprehensive care to all of my patients, make them feel empowered to take charge of their health and help them achieve and maintain their healthcare-related goals. I value kindness, honesty, commitment, and willingness to make an effort. My motto has always been "treat others the way you want to be treated" and I make an effort to do so every day.