Our Doctors

A little something about our doctors.

Dr. Madhavi Gaddam, MD

Dr.Gaddam, is Board Certified in Endocrinology, Diabetes, Metabolism and Internal Medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine

About me:

I was born in India and graduated from a prestigious medical school, Kakatiya Medical College, Warangal, India. Having been migrated to USA in 2002. I have completed my residency at Jacobi Medical Center, Bronx, NY, an affiliate of Albert Einstein University, in New York.

I have completed my fellowship in Endocrinology, at Oregon Health & Science University, Portland, OR. After Medical training, I have started working as an Endocrinologist in Denton, at Medical Clinic of North Texas, which then became USMD.

I provide outpatient care in Denton and Frisco.

I also provide inpatient consultation services at Texas Health Presbyterian, Denton.

"I believe in building a relationship with my patients, gaining their confidence and preparing the treatment plan as a team."

Outside of work, I enjoy cooking, dancing, watching movies, dining out and spending time with friends and family.

Memberships:

The Endocrine Society

Texas Medical Association


Dr. Seema Haq, MD

Seema Haq, M.D. is Board Certified in Endocrinology, Diabetes, Metabolism and Internal Medicine by the American Board of Internal Medicine.

About me:

I love endocrinology because of the fascinating modes of actions of different hormones secreted directly into the blood affecting target organs.

I provide inpatient consultation at Texas Health Presbyterian, Denton.

I am a member of American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists.

"I believe in building a relationship with my patients, gaining their confidence and preparing the treatment plan as a team."

I provide inpatient consultatiion at Texas Health presbyterian, Denton.

I enjoy spending time with my family and reading.

I provide Care at Denton and Carrollton.

Memberships:

  • American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists
  • The Endocrine Society
  • Texas Medical Association

My published articles:


Haq S, Hoskison K. "Compliance with the American Diabetic Association monitoring guidelines in a University Medicine Clinic" Journal of Investigative Medicine. 2007: 55 (01): s-296

Haq S, Yarborough W. "Dismissal of patients from Chronic Opioid Therapy; Reasons for Dismissal and Potential Interventions" Journal of Investigative Medicine. 2007: 55 (01): s-263

Haq S, Sanders S. "Carcinomatous meningitis arising from primary esophageal adenocarcinoma" Journal of Investigative Medicine. 2007: 55 (01): s-267

Haq S, Moussa A. "Large Granular Lymphocytic Leukemia versus Gamma Delta T-cell Lymphoma- a Clinical Challenge" Journal of Investigative Medicine. 2007: 55 (01): s-303

Haq S, Dunaway T et al. "Binge Drinking as an Unusual Cause of Central Pontine Mylelinolysis" Journal of Investigative Medicine. 2007: 55 (01): s-248

Haq S, Rooks J. "Where did the Blood come from?" Journal of Investigative Medicine. 2007: 55 (01): s-249

Haq S, Fisher I, Medina J. "The Role of Tissue Doppler imaging (TDI) in the Diagnosis of Cardiac Amyloidosis" Journal of Investigative Medicine. 2007: 55 (01): s-257

Saghier S, Haq S. "Kikuchi-Fujimoto Disease mimicking as Malignant Lymphoma" Southern Medical Journal. 2006: 99 (09): 1035

Saghier S, Haq S, Hutton J. "Unusual Aggressive Behavior of a Staphylococcus Epidermidis Infective Endocarditis on Native Cardiac Valve" Southern Medical Journal. 2006: 99 (09): 1033

Haq S. "Pain management". Intern Survival Guide OUHSC Internal Medicine Residency Program, Tulsa- OK; 2004: 1-6

Haq S, Perryman P. "Cockatiel Birds causing Hypersensitivity Pneumonitis" Southern Medical Journal. 2005: 98 (10): s62

Haq S, Lohrey J.Acquired Pure Megakaryocytic Aplasia in a patient with IgA Deficiency; a Rare Association" Southern Medical Journal. 2005: 98 (10): s22-23

Warta G, Haq S, Medina J. "Acute Myocardial Infarction in the face of Platelet Abnormalities- a Clinical Challenge" Southern Medical Journal. 2005: 98 (10): s15

Warta G, Haq S. "Profound non-hypoxic bradycardia following disconnection from ventilator with weaning attempts" Southern Medical Journal. 2005: 98 (10): s58