As a general internist, Dr. Ramachandran is dedicated to primary care. She sees patients in the General Medicine Clinic at the Robert B. Green campus. She is especially interested in preventive medicine and promoting health and wellness in her patients. She also has expertise in women’s health.
Dr. Ramachandran is a committed educator. She supervises residents from the UT Health San Antonio internal medicine residency program in their clinical practice and is developing additional training experiences for residents within primary care.
Originally from Austin, Texas, Dr. Ramachandran graduated from Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. She completed her internal medicine training with an emphasis on primary care at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia. She then did a fellowship in Academic General Internal Medicine at Boston University, where she earned a master’s degree in Health Services Research. She simultaneously completed a second residency in Preventive Medicine with a focus on cancer prevention through support from the American Cancer Society.
After fellowship, Dr. Ramachandran joined the faculty at Boston University and practiced adult primary care in a women’s health group. In 2017, she and her husband relocated to San Antonio, where they enjoy trying new restaurants and exploring the city.
Special Expertise: Preventive medicine. Women’s Health