dr. nadia abbasi

Dr. Abbasi completed her residency at University of Illinois at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Chicago in 2010. She moved from Chicago to Houston in 2013. Since then she has been practicing in major Houston area hospitals including Houston Methodist Hospital at The Medical Center, Houston Methodist Sugar Land Hospital, Houston Methodist West Hospital, Memorial Hermann Medical Center and Memorial Hermann Katy.

Dr. Abbasi believes in a patient-physician partnership. She enjoys working with patients to improve quality of life and longevity. She also believes that communicating the importance of risk factor modification and prevention is often the most important contribution she makes in the partnership. She truly enjoys being the patient's primary physician and working with specialists, as needed, to coordinate the best care for her patients. Dr. Abbasi is accepting new patients.

- Clinical Interests

Acute Illness - Allergies - Anemia - Anxiety - Asthma - Depression - Diabetes - Headaches - Hyperlipidemia - Hypertension - Physical Exams - Preventive Medicine - Weight Loss


Hindi - Spanish - Urdu - Languages listed are spoken by doctor and/or office staff.


Medical School: Dow Medical College, Karachi, Pakistan - 2003

Residency: Advocate Christ Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois - 2010

Internship: Advocate Christ Medical Center, Chicago, Illinois - 2008

Board Certification: Internal Medicine - 2010



family nurse practitioner, natasha goode

Family Nurse Practitioner, Natasha Goode was born in Derry, Northern Ireland and immigrated to Katy, Texas before beginning Junior High School. She proceeded to Texas Tech University for her Bachelor in Science of Nursing, graduating in 2010. Natasha then returned to the Houston area working for The Methodist Hospital in the Houston Medical Center as an RN while beginning her online education with The University of Arizona. She completed the Masters in Science of Nursing component in 2013 and finalized her studies with the Doctorate in Nursing Practice degree in 2017. 

Natasha Goode believes in the power of preventative medicine and patient education. She enjoys working closely with patients to develop a plan for their care. She believes that the patient is their own best advocate and actively seeks to empower individuals to better their health.