We have taken precautions and implemented an office management plan to best care for our patients during this pandemic. We have decided that it is in the best interest of our patients and staff to transition patient appointments mainly to telemedicine visits. Our main office location on Beamer Road is still open for infusions and new patient appointments. For more information or to set up an appointment, please call (832) 879-2942.
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Irfan Jawed, M.D
Dr. Irfan Jawed specializes in the use of novel molecular tools and targeted therapies to treat patients with cancers.
Dr. Jawed trained and practiced at the Georgetown university hospital, National Naval Medical System and National Institutes of Health where he served as a “Chief fellow” of the medical oncology fellowship program. In addition, Dr. Jawed is also trained at Memorial Sloan-Kettering cancer center and Weill Cornell University hospital where he completed fellowships training in Pain medicine and Palliative/Hospice care. He also served as a teaching faculty at the University of Washington School of medicine and presently serving as co-director of National Institute of Medical Research .
Prostate & Kidney Cancers
Gastric & Esophageal Cancers
Irfan Jawed, MD
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I’m glad Dr. Irfan Jawed was there for me, I feel very confident on his care.Great service from all the staff in his office. He is the best.
Thank you Dr. Jawed
I am very happy with the office and care. People are very friendly. Dr.Jawed is very caring and I am really very pleased with all the staff.
Everything you could want from a doctor’s office. Worth the costs. Best experience I ever have with any healthcare practice.
What do our patient say?
Our family can not say enough about Dr Jawed, Bill and his staff. They are the most courteous and a very pleasant group. They go out of their way to accommodate you and make sure that whatever is needed is taken care of. There is a hope where all is lost. We thank God everyday for them being introduced into our mother life and treatment.