With flu season in full force, the Houston Methodist Primary Care Group clinics in Baytown and Mont Belvieu provide convenient scheduling that allows their expertly trained primary care providers to offer diagnosis and treatment of a wide range of conditions, including cold and flu. 

From standard checkups to advanced treatment of complex illnesses, Houston Methodist’s board-certified physicians put your family’s health at the center of everything they do. The skilled primary care doctors work with you to manage chronic illnesses, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, asthma and more. 

The Houston Methodist Primary Care Group’s Baytown Clinic at 1677 W. Baker Road, suite 2701 in Houston Methodist Baytown Hospital’s Outpatient Center. It is staffed by physicians Greg Terry, Irfan Dadabhoy and Pooja Kulkarni.

The Mont Belvieu clinic, located at 8608 N. Highway 146, suite 600, is staffed by Dinara Abdueva, MD, Eleazar Flores, MD and Sanjeeda Jabeen, MD. This clinic provides same day appointments for treatment of numerous conditions including:

• Allergies

• Acne

• Cold or flu

• Cold sores

• Coughs

• Diarrhea

• Dizziness

• Fevers

• Headaches

• Heartburn

• Joint sprains

• Minor skin infections

• Pink eye or red eyes

• Nausea/vomiting

• Rashes

• Sinus infections

• STD testing

• Sore throats

• Styes

• Sunburns

• Respiratory infections

•Urinary tract infections

•Vaginal yeast infections

To schedule an appointment at the Baytown Primary Care Clinic, call 832-556-6670. To schedule an appointment at the Mont Belvieu Primary Care Clinic, call 832-556-6936.

 

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