Healthcare Associates of Texas is comprised of board-certified primary care and internal medicine doctors, as well as physical medicine providers, who are ready to care for you like family.
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Healthcare Associates of Texas is uniquely prepared to care for the medical needs of your entire family. Whether you require non-emergency medical care, chronic disease management or ongoing wellness oversight, we’ll care for you like family. We offer board-certified physician services in the fields of both family and internal medicine. Our staff has years of experience providing care in many areas, including:
Latest News & Blog
Healthcare Associates of Texas Expands North Texas Footprint into Haslet with Purchase of Avondale Family Care
Irving, TX (October 26th, 2018) – Healthcare Associates of Texas (“HCAT”), a full-service primary care practice management company operating in the Dallas/Fort-Worth region, has acquired the assets of Avondale Family Care in Haslet, TX from Dr. Shilpi Mittal and Dr….Read More
Flu Vaccine 101: Do My Family and I Really Need One?
Flu season is quickly approaching, and after last year’s record-breaking number of confirmed flu cases and deaths, you might be wondering if you need to get vaccines for you and your family. Our doctors at Healthcare Associates of Texas understand…Read More
6 Unsuspecting Ways You’re Weakening Your Immune System
Everyone knows that a strong immune system is one of the keys to living a longer, healthier life. Taking daily vitamins, eating nutritious foods, and washing your hands regularly are some behaviors that can help you maintain good health and…Read More
Chronic Sleep Deprivation Can Affect Your Overall Health
You toss and turn most nights, watching the hours fade away. Did you know that chronic sleep deprivation can harm your overall health? If getting a full night’s sleep is a consistent problem for you, you’re not alone. The Centers…Read More
7 Proven Ways to Improve High Blood Pressure
High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, is a leading risk factor for heart disease and stroke. High blood pressure is commonly treated using medications like beta blockers, calcium channel blockers, and ACE inhibitors. But if you want to control…Read More