Motaz Ibrahim, MD

Motaz Ibrahim, MD

Ibrahim, Motaz, MD

Family Medicine, Primary Care

Accepting New Patients

Walk-Ins Welcome

Richmond Clinic
22001 Southwest Fwy., Ste. 210
Richmond, TX 77469

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Phone Call (281) 972-0464
Fax (281) 336-9167
Language(s): English, Arabic

Ways to Schedule an Appointment

Locations

Richmond Clinic

22001 Southwest Fwy.
Ste. 210
Richmond, TX 77469

Services

  • Physical and Health screening
  • Routine Immunizations
  • Preventive Care
  • Diabetes Management
  • High Blood Pressure
  • High Cholesterol
  • Thyroid Disease/Hypothyroidism
  • Osteoporosis
  • Anemia
  • Rhinitis/Allergy
  • Asthma/COPD
  • Management of Acute and Chronic Conditions
  • Pediatric Well Child Check-ups
  • Sports Physicals
  • Geriatric Care
  • Well Women Exam
  • Annual Check-ups
  • Vaccinations
  • Joint Injections
  • Medical Pain Management

My Biography

After working as a family physician for five years, I found that, in addition to long-term relationships with the patients and their families as a physician, you see the family through the good and bad times. You understand the dynamics. In general, family doctors are there for the long haul. I have always been passionate about traditional medicine, which allows you to see and be with your outpatient and inpatient patients and be available for them at all times, which helps with bonding and enables the patient-doctor relationship to become stronger.

My family played an important role in my life. Being born to an abroad working father and a housewife in addition to being the eldest son, I have taken on the role of responsibility and leadership early in my life.

Personally, I was the captain of the Union Club basketball Team for 11 consecutive years in addition to joining the Alexandria University basketball team for four years; I believe that basketball has taught me many valuable life lessons, such as commitment, responsibility, and teamwork. As a member of a team, I had to fully commit myself to the team, because my actions now did not only have an effect on myself but my teammates as well.

My goal with CLS is to build a family medicine practice that plays a vital role in the community, share my passion for traditional medicine, and serve my patients for the long haul.

In the end, I believe that my passion for people, knowledge in medicine, as well as my enthusiasm, professionalism, leadership, and dedication to my work will be very useful to help me achieve my potential to be the best family physician I can be.

– Motaz Ibrahim, MD

Professional Statement

After working as a family physician for 5 years I found that in addition to long term relationship with the patients and their families as a physician, you see the family through the good and bad times. You understand the dynamics. In general, family doctors are there for the long haul. I have always been passionate about traditional medicine which allows you to see and be with your patients outpatient and inpatient and being available for them at all times which helps the bonding and the patient-doctor relation ship to become more strong.

My family played an important role in my life. Being born to an abroad working father and a housewife in addition to being the elder son, I have taken on the role of responsibility and leadership early in my life.

Personally I was the captain of the Union Club basketball Team for 11 consecutive years in addition to joining Alexandria university basketball team for 4 years; I believe that basketball has taught me many valuable life lessons such as commitment, responsibility, and teamwork. As a member of a team, I had to fully commit myself to the team, because my actions now did not only have an effect on myself, but my teammates as well.

My goal with CLS is to build a family medicine practice that plays a vital role in the community and to shares my passion for traditional medicine and serving my patients for the long haul.

In the end i believe that my passion to people, knowledge in the subject, as well as my enthusiasm, professionalism, leadership and dedication to my work will be very useful to help me to achieve my potential to be the best family physician I can be. – Motaz Ibrahim, MD

Education and Board Certificates

Medical School

  • Faculty of Medicine, Alexandria University

Internship/Residency/Fellowship

  • Houston Methodist Family Medicine Residency Program, Houston Methodist Hospital

Accepted Insurances