Eldin Nikocevic, MD
Dr. Nikocevic joined the Department of Family Medicine in 2023. He is a resident physician in training at the Family Medicine Clinic – Island East. Dr. Nikocevic earned his Bachelor of Science in biology from The University of Texas Arlington. Dr. Nikocevic earned his Doctorate of Medicine from UTMB Health's John Sealy School of Medicine in Galveston, Texas
Dr. Nikocevic is certified in Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS).
Dr. Nikocevic's academic and clinical interests include lifestyle medicine, functional medicine, integrative medicine, geriatrics and hospital medicine.
A PERSONAL NOTE FROM DR. NIKOCEVIC
Hello! I’m Eldin Nikocevic, a family medicine resident at the
University of Texas Medical Branch. A Fort Worth native, I took my first
academic steps at UT Arlington, laying a solid foundation in the sciences
before pursuing my calling in medicine here at UTMB.
pursuit of personal health and wellness is more than a hobby; it's a way of
life that informs my medical practice. I'm an avid reader, always keen to
explore the latest insights on holistic patient care and the integration of
natural, preventative approaches to health. This passion for wellness is woven
into my approach to medicine, where I seek to offer comprehensive,
During my free time, I enjoy traveling, hiking, reading, and
going to the beach. I'm at my best when I'm immersed in nature, whether that's
hiking local trails, observing the remarkable Texan wildlife, or planning my
next travel destination. These moments not only recharge me but also remind me
of the beauty and interconnectedness of life.
has captured my heart with its warm community, vibrant culture, and beautiful
landscapes. The island's spirit and vibrancy are things I cherish, enhancing
both my personal and professional life. As I continue my residency, I am
excited to explore more of what Galveston has to offer and integrate this
wonderful sense of place into my practice.
As a resident at UTMB, I am committed to nurturing the ties that
bind us to our health and to each other. I look forward to the opportunity to
learn, grow, and serve in this diverse and dynamic community.