Doctors & Staff

Dr. Vicente Zapata, MD, FACOG
Languages:  English and Spanish
Dr. Zapata attended Medical School in Lima, Peru where he graduated as Physician and Surgeon.  After spending a year in Germany doing Obstetrics and Gynecology he completed his formal education at R.E. Thomason General Hospital in El Paso and Michael Reese Hospital in Chicago.  Dr. Zapata moved his family to Houston in 1978 and has practiced in the East Side of town since then.
Dr. Zapata is a member of the Teaching Staff at the Residency Program at Methodist- St. Joseph Hospital, is Board Certified and is a Fellow of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists.
Dr. Zapata is at this time practicing only Office Gynecology and feels very honored by the long standing relationship he has with his many patients.
Dr. Beryl L. Randolph, MD
Languages:  English (learning Spanish)
Dr. Randolph is a graduate of Univ. of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas. She left the state to complete her residency. She was board certified in Obstetrics & Gynecology in 1993, and has been recertified annually since it was required starting in 2003. She is also a fellow with the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. Even though she left Texas for a brief time to further her education and then to practice her specialty, she knew that eventually she would return 'home'. She has been practicing Obstetrics and Gynecology for over 20 years, but is still very happy and quite satisfied despite the many changes that have occurred in the medical field over that past years. She has always and will continue to strive to provide high quality care to her patients. She has several philosophies she feels helps her stand apart from some others:
LISTENING---patients are given as much time as necessary for them to discuss their concerns in their own words.
ANSWERS---patients are given adequate time for all of their questions to be answered.
EDUCATION----patients are given in-depth information regarding their concerns.
BELIEF IN THE GOLDEN RULE---she understands how somewhat intimidating and stressful it can be in a doctor's office, which is why she always treats her patients the way she would want to be treated by her own personal physician.  MI CASA ES SU CASA!
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