Jyothi Mamidi Juarez, MD


Dr. Juarez grew up in West Houston but has practiced medicine throughout Texas. She attended Houston Baptist University for her undergraduate degree in Biology and English. She received her Medical Degree from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio. She completed her residency in Internal Medicine at UTMB in Galveston. She practiced primary care in a private practice for 4 years in the Dallas area. While there, she participated both as a student and a faculty in a nationally renowned quality improvement course for health care professionals. She was also on the Quality Assurance committee at Baylor Garland.

She returned for her fellowship in Endocrinology at UTMB in Galveston.  From 2009 to 2013 she was an Assistant Professor at the UTMB Division of Endocrinology where she was the Medical Director at UTMB Medical Specialties clinic in Friendswood and Stark Diabetes Clinic in Angleton.  As a board certified Endocrinologist, she is trained in treating a wide range of endocrine disorders including diabetes mellitus, thyroid disorders, hyperparathyroidism, adrenal disease, pituitary disease, low testosterone, PCOS and osteoporosis.  She is an active member of the Endocrine Society and American Thyroid Association.

She is married with three children. Her husband is a pediatric emergency physician with Texas Children's Hospital. Dr. Juarez is well known as a compassionate physician who believes in quality, personalized care for all of her patients.

Fareed Elhaj MD


Dr. Elhaj was born in New York but has been a native of Houston, Texas from a young age. He completed his undergraduate studies at Rice University with a focus on the medical sciences as well as the humanities and then attended Baylor College of Medicine focusing his training on hormonal disorders. He also completed additional internal medicine training at the rigorous Los Angeles County General Hospital in California. He has a particular interest in international medicine and has spent considerable time during his medical career doing medical volunteer work in West Africa, the Middle East and France. 

His comprehensive training in thyroid disease which includes additional training in thyroid ultrasound and nuclear medicine techniques were developed while working at several preeminent institutions including Texas Children’s Hospital and MD Anderson Cancer Center. As a double board certified endocrinologist he has additional expertise in all hormonal disorders including osteoporosis, diabetes, pituitary and adrenal disease as well as diseases of the gonadal axis which include ovarian and testosterone-related diseases.

He is an active member of the American Thyroid Association, American College of Clinical Endocrinologists, Texas Medical Association, and Harris County Medical Society.  He is also 
a current Clinical Assistant Professor for the Baylor College of Medicine Endocrinology Fellowship program. He also enjoys spending time playing music as well as keeping healthy by jogging, swimming and practicing yoga.

Medhavi Jogi MD


Dr. Jogi is a true native Texan, having been born in Austin and attending the University of Texas for his undergraduate education. He completed his medical training at the prestigious Baylor College of Medicine in Houston spending the last several years of training actively involved in academic research, publishing several well-received papers and a textbook chapter as well as winning numerous academic awards. 

His current interests include managing all forms of thyroid disease by offering the newest techniques and using the most up-to-date endocrine research which was developed while training at the world-renowned MD Anderson Hospital. As a double board certified endocrinologist he also has specialty training in the management of diseases of the pituitary, pancreas, bone, ovaries/gonads as well as adrenal glands. He is an active member of numerous national endocrinology societies including the American Thyroid Association, American College of Clinical Endocrinologists, Texas Medical Association, Harris County Medical Society and the American Thyroid Association. He is also a current Clinical Assistant Professor for the Baylor College of Medicine Endocrinology Fellowship program. 

Dr. Jogi is also involved in several other medical ventures. He is the chief medical officer for PrescribeWell, an online physician-centric health management system.  He is also the medical editor for the

He spends his time taking care of his children with his wife, a successful Houston dermatologist. He is well-recognized by his patients for having a kind disposition and a warm bed-side manner which is most noticeable in the care he takes to explain every aspect of their disease and treatment.


Diana Desai, MD


Dr. Desai was born in Detroit, but moved to Houston at a young age and has remained in Texas for all of her education. She attended the University of Texas at Austin, where she graduated from the Plan II Honors program. She subsequently received her Medical Degree at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio. She then completed her Internal Medicine residency and Endocrinology fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas, where she also trained at the well-renowned M.D. Anderson Hospital. During her fellowship, she published several papers and book chapters in the field of endocrinology. Dr. Desai practiced as a private practice endocrinologist in North Carolina for 2 years. 

She is double board certified in Internal Medicine and Endocrinology and has specific interests in thyroid disorders, low testosterone, pituitary disease, diabetes mellitus, and bone and calcium disorders. She is an active member in the Endocrine Society, American Thyroid Association, Texas Medical Association, and Harris County Medical Society. 

Her husband is a Gastroenterologist practicing in Clear Lake. She enjoys spending her free time cooking, gardening, and reading. She is known by her patients for her warm bedside manner and ability to empower her patients with knowledge of their disease.