Nadine Abrahim, MD
Dr. Abrahim joined the Department of Family Medicine in 2019. She is a resident physician in training at the Family Medicine Clinic – Island East. Dr. Abrahim earned a Bachelor of Science in nutritional science from Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas and a Doctorate of Medicine from Texas A&M University College of Medicine in Bryan, Texas.
Dr. Abrahim is certified in Basic Life Support (BLS), Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS), and Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS), Advanced Neonatal Life Support (ANLS), and Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics (ALSO).
Dr. Abrahim's academic and clinical interests include community medicine, urgent care, women's health, and sports medicine.
A PERSONAL NOTE FROM DR. ABRAHIM
Hi! My name is Nadine Abrahim, and although I was born in California, I got here as fast as I could and consider myself a native Texan. I grew up in the Houston area with frequent weekend trips to Galveston. I graduated with honors from Texas A&M University in College Station where I studied Nutritional Sciences. I enjoyed Aggieland so much that I stuck around for the first couple of years of medical school. I then found my way back to Houston where I completed my clinical rotations at the Texas Medical Center. It feels great to be so close to home while completing my medical training at UTMB!
Throughout my undergraduate and medical career, I have been involved with organizations and clinics dedicated to serving the uninsured and underserved communities. This has been a growing passion of mine that I now hope to turn that passion into a life-long career in Family Medicine.
On my free time, I enjoy exploring the Houston-Galveston area. I like to exercise, go on hikes, and take my dog to the park. I also enjoy watching movies, learning to cook new meals, and traveling.