Chinwe Okafor, MD, an Internist with Sugarland Primary Care Physicians

Get to know Internist Dr. Chinwe Okafor, who serves patients in Sugar Land, Texas.

New York City, Jul 3, 2020 ( - Specializing in the medical treatment of adults, including obesity treatment, Dr. Okafor is the owner & operator of Sugarland Primary Care Physicians in Sugar Land, Texas. She is committed to providing excellent care to her patients to prevent recurrent hospitalizations and to ensure adequate management of chronic conditions along with preventive medicine so as to improve their overall quality of life. 

"Sugarland Primary Care Physicians caters to the health needs of the individual. We provide quality primary care at our office location in Sugar Land, Texas; care at home and at local area hospitals. To make your visit run as smoothly as possible, we have bilingual English and Spanish speaking staff on hand. In addition to delivering the highest quality medical care, we utilize state-of-the-art EMRs and offer an individual patient portal with complete access to most of your medical information on both your computer and mobile devices" as stated on the practice's website. 

Pertaining to her academic career, Dr. Okafor received her medical degree from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston in 2007. Upon graduation, she went on to serve her residency in internal medicine at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. 

Licensed to practice medicine in Texas, Kentucky, and Missouri, the doctor is board-certified in internal medicine and obesity medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine (ABIM). The ABIM is a physician-led, non-profit, independent evaluation organization driven by doctors who want to achieve higher standards for better care in a rapidly changing world.

Internal medicine is the medical specialty dealing with the prevention, diagnosis, and treatment of adult diseases. Physicians specializing in internal medicine are called internists. They manage and prevent common and complex diseases by providing comprehensive care and promoting overall well-being.

Dr. Okafor is also board certified in Obesity Medicine and assists her patients in weight loss regimens tailored specifically to each individual for a healthier BMI. She incorporates Testosterone replacement for the patients who meet the criteria for "Low Testosterone Syndrome" for overall improved quality of life. In addition, Dr. Okafor is also a Civil Surgeon and one of the few physicians licensed by the USCIS to assist in Immigration physicals and paperwork. "Your wellness is a Priority" at Sugar land Primary Care! 

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