Tayma Shaya MD

Tayma S. Shaya M.D. FAAFP is a Kuwaiti-American board certified family physician living and practicing in Sugar Land, Texas. She went to University of Texas at Austin to obtain a B.S. in Nutrition, received her medical degree of University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, TX. After medical school, Dr. Shaya completed three years of Family Medicine training back in Houston at Southwest Memorial Hermann Family Medicine Residency, acting as a chief resident in her final year. After being employed for 14 years by hospital systems, Dr. Shaya became an entrepreneur opening her clinic Shaya Precision Health PLLC in January 2016. Practicing with authenticity and heart, Dr. Shaya is known for her diagnostic skills, down to earth personality, and pairing a holistic approach to an allopathically managed patients. An early adopter of virtual medicine, she has been able to extend the reach of her practice to an international audience. A lifetime learner, she is currently working on her functional medicine certification through Institute of Functional Medicine. In her spare time she loves spending time with her husband and their combined 5 children, three cats and two dogs. In addition to travel, she is a voracious reader, sometimes tv binge watcher and volunteers with the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo every season in the Health Booth. For stress management, she loves working with leather to make personal use leather items, belts and accessories. She is passionate about prevention of physician burnout, and helping manage that vulnerability. You can learn more at http://www.shayahealth.com/, or follow her on facebook https://www.facebook.com/shayahealth/

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