Our Doctors, Nurse Practitioners, and Staffs
Todd Thang Nguyen, MD
He graduated from the University of Texas Medical School in Galveston, TX. He is board certified in Internal Medicine. Dr. Nguyen sees patients for acute episodic care, chronic disease management, biometric screenings and well woman exams. His special interests include preventive medicine and helping patients maintain long-term wellness. He believe leadership in medicine means not only outstanding medical care, but also a comprehensive commitment to improving the quality of patients lives.
Christina Zacek, Practice Manager
Stephanie E. Stafford, D.O.
Dr. Stafford is a Board Certified Family Medicine Physician since 2005. She also have a Master of Public Health Degree from the University of Texas Health and Sciences Center in 2014. She often travel to remote part of the world and educate patients about healthcare. She is very knowledgeable and clinically accomplished physician.
Ayleen Chavez, Office Manager
Somphong Souvanna, Clinical Coordinator II
Alyssa Torres, Clinical Coordinator I
Gabriela Garcia, Medical Assistant
Clara Jaime, Medical Assistant
Dulce Flores, Lab Supervisor
Jennifer McFaline, Ultrasound Tech
Brenda Zamora, Medical Assistant
Ruby Cruz , Medical Assistant
Danyella Lozano, Phlebotomist
Eric Mosby, X-Ray Tech
INTERNAL MEDICINE TO KEEP YOUR HEALTH ON TRACK
Choosing the right primary care doctor for you is an important decision. After all, your provider is your partner in long-term health. You want your doctor to be knowledgeable and experienced, while still making you feel comfortable.
At Transcend Medical Group, a Internal Medicine Clinic, our experienced team is committed to building relationships with adult patients ages 17 years and older, and providing them with the highest level of service within a warm and friendly atmosphere. Our personable providers emphasize preventive care and can guide you through routine exams, immunizations, a healthy lifestyle; as well as diagnose, treat, and manage illnesses and diseases, to help you lead a long, happy, healthy life.
Latest Clinic News:
Sept. 26, 2016
The EEG, also known as an electroencephalogram, helps to diagnose neurological conditions by detecting the small electrical impulses given off by the brain. This simple and painless test can be completed in our lab or at home with a home monitor. This can help determine if someone is having seizures or other various conditions that may have resulted from a head injury, stroke or other traumas. For information, please discuss it with your doctor.
What is an Allergy?
An allergy is an overreaction of the immune system to an inappropriate stimulus, such as dust, pollen, grass, pet dander, mold, etc. The immune system believes it is being invaded by a parasite rather than a harmless allergen in the environment, and therefore it rallies its defenses to fight off the enemy.
The list of symptoms caused by allergies is longer than you might think. Primary signs of allergies include:
Runny or congested nose
Watery and itchy eyes
Frequent ear infections
Conjunctivitis (eye irritation)
Skin rashes and eczema
Mental problems such as confusion, slow thinking, depression and forgetfulness
Respiratory effects including endless colds, chronic cough, recurrent bronchitis
Of course, there are many possible reasons for these symptoms. The only way to know if they are caused by allergies is to take an allergy test. TMG offers a pain-free skin test that provides answers in just 15-minutes. For more info, please contact our office.
Polysomnography, also called a sleep study, is a test used to diagnose sleep disorders. Polysomnography records your brain waves, the oxygen level in your blood, heart rate and breathing, as well as eye and leg movements during the study.
Polysomnography usually is done at a sleep disorders unit within a hospital or at a sleep center. You'll be asked to come to the sleep center in the evening for polysomnography so that the test can record your nighttime sleep patterns. Polysomnography is occasionally done during the day to accommodate shift workers who habitually sleep during the day.
In addition to helping diagnose sleep disorders, polysomnography may be used to help adjust your treatment plan if you've already been diagnosed with a sleep disorder
Durable Medical Equipment
Our Clinic understands your injury or condition may require the use of durable medical equipment (DME) to ensure a fast and effective recovery. This equipment may you need may include:
Tennis Elbow Straps
In order to ensure your visit is optimal, our Clinic has a durable medical store in the clinic. If your physician orders durable medical equipment during your visit, please feel free to stop by the DME store located in our office.
To learn more about durable medical equipment or to schedule an appointment, call our Clinic today at 817-860-2700.