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About MedCure Primary Care Physicians


Naz Keshwani, M.D., F.A.A.F.P.

Dr. Naz Keshwani is a family practitioner of Indian ancestry and is on the medical staff of Houston area hospitals. He completed his medical schooling and internship in Birmingham, England during 1972-1979. Dr. Keshwani is board certified in Family Practice, and he established the first Med-Cure Clinic in 1982.

Dr. Keshwani did a three-year residency in Family Practice in Fort Wayne, Indiana from 1979-1982. This medical specialty trains physicians in complete health care including Pediatrics, Gynecology, Orthopedics, Internal Medicine, Psychiatry and Preventive Care. Dr. Keshwani also has extensive experience in Family Medicine, work related injuries, auto and home accidents and minor emergencies.


Along with the specialized care of Dr. Keshwani, the associate physicians of Med-Cure Primary Care are licensed, board-certified physicians in such specialties as Family Practice and internal medicine. Along with these services, Med-Cure physicians are also qualified in industrial and occupational work injuries, Long shore/ Maritime work injuries, auto and home accidents.


Aside from associate physicians, Dr. Keshwani also has a staff of P.A.’s (Physician Assistant) and F.N.P.’s (Family Nurse Practitioner).

Ailments We Have Treated: Acute Abdominal Pain, Allergic Reactions, Altered Mental Status, Asthma and Breathing Problems, Bone Injuries and Fractures, Bronchitis, Burns, Colds and Upper Respiratory Infections, Dehydration / Vomiting / Diarrhea, Falls & Traumatic Injury, Fever & Pediatric Illness, Foreign Body Removal, Headaches, Head Injuries, High Blood Pressure / Hypertension, Lacerations – Simple and Complex, Overdoses, Pain Control, Pneumonia, Rashes, Insect Bites & Stings, Seizures, Shortness of Breath / Dyspnea, Sinus Infections, Skin Infections & Abscesses, Sprains & Broken Bones, Stroke & Transient Ischemic Attacks, Work Related Injuries