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Memorial Hermann Memorial City Hospital
Memorial Endoscopy Center
Methodist West Hospital

Internship and Residency

Internal Medicine, Lloyd Noland Hospital (University of Alabama, Birmingham).


Gastroenterology, Scott & White Hospital in Temple, Texas and Texas A&M College of Medicine.

Spoken Languages

English and Hindi

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Dr. G.S. Ramesh

An Expert Gastroenterologist in Houston

How Dr. Ramesh Supports Patients on the Path to Wellness

Dr. G.S. Ramesh, MD, F.A.C.P., A.G.A.F, is Board Certified in Gastroenterology. He is also a clinical assistant professor at the University of Texas Health Science Center of Houston.

Dr. Ramesh has been in practice for over 25 years in the field of gastroenterology and liver diseases. He has done many educational programs for physicians in the community. Senior medical students from McGovern Medical School at UT Houston rotate with him on a monthly basis.

Dr. Ramesh treats each patient like a member of his extended family. For many patients, he has cared for their entire family, and they will call him personally after receiving care. Learn more about how Dr. Ramesh provides expert care to patients.

  • Medical focus: Advanced therapeutic endoscopy, which includes diagnosing and treating pancreatobiliary diseases through EUS (Endoscopic Ultrasound) and ERCP (Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangiopancreatogram). Dr. Ramesh also provides general gastroenterology services that include open access colonoscopies, screenings, and upper endoscopies.
  • Personal Quote: “Work is Worship” by Mahatma Gandhi.
  • Favorite Movie: “Guess Who’s Coming To Dinner” with Sidney Poitier, Spencer Tracy, and Katharine Hepburn.
  • Hobbies Outside of DHA: Golf, Ballroom Dancing, and Physical Fitness.
  • Family: Rekha Ramesh, MD (anesthesia) and children, Brittany and Chris.

Q&A With Dr. Ramesh

Question: Why Did You Get Into Healthcare?

Dr. Ramesh: During my freshman year in college, I visited a hospital with a friend who was studying to be a doctor. I followed him while he made rounds at the hospital facility with interns and residents. At the end of his rotation, I changed my mind from engineering to medicine, especially since I could help people with their medical illnesses. The satisfaction I get from a patient who has a full recovery cannot be put in words.

Question: What Drew You To Gastroenterology?

Dr. Ramesh: My first rotation was in gastroenterology. It was fascinating looking into the human body without surgery, and this increased my interest

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