Natasha Shah M.D. FAAP is Assistant Professor of Pediatrics in the department of Primary Care at Sam Houston State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. A Native Texan, Dr. Shah attended the University of Texas at Austin and then received her Doctor of Medicine from Texas A&M College of Medicine. Dr. Shah always knew she wanted to be a Pediatrician and stay in Texas to serve the children of this great state. She then completed a three year Pediatric Residency at The University of Texas at Austin – Dell Children’s Hospital.
Dr. Shah is Board Certified in Pediatrics. After residency, she worked in a Primary Care setting as a general pediatrician in the Katy, Texas area. She has a special interest in Global and Rural health and has been on many medical mission trips from the Texas-Mexico border to Uganda, Africa, and other places all over the world. She also has an interest in childhood preventative care, allergies, and childhood obesity prevention and care.
Dr. Shah has a passion for pediatric primary care and truly cares for the patient as a whole. She enjoys being a teacher and healer to all the little patients and just as importantly their families.
“In pediatrics we get to see children grow up and my goal as your children's pediatrician is to instill in them a sense of belonging and hope for their future and guide them in their healing during times of illness.” – Dr. Shah
Dr. Shah enjoys spending time with her family and friends, being involved in church activities, and watching sports – she is a huge Houston sports fan- from the Texans, Rockets and Astros, and likes to travel all over the world both for leisure and mission work.