In 1995, Kazmi moved from Galveston to Alvin, opened a tiny 900-square-foot pediatric clinic, and for five years was the only physician working there. “The goal was to serve the whole Alvin community — anyone who needed care for their children could bring them to us. There was a UTMB clinic right here where people needed it,” said Kazmi. “It was so gratifying to bring this program to life.” Now, after 18 years, the clinic has four primary care providers — two doctors and two nurse practitioners. Kazmi is still there after all this time. He did not use his experience establishment of the clinic as a stepping stone to another job but instead has grown to know and love Alvin as his home. (Link unavailable. View text file for complete article.)