Vinay Nair, MD

Internal Medicine
Garland, Texas

Skills & Expertise

Dr. Vinay V. Nair is an Internal Medicine Specialist in Garland, Texas. He graduated with honors in 2001 and completed medical school at Kasturba Medical College.

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Experience & Affiliations

Sidney Health Center

Current Affiliation

Disability Evaluations


Wound Care Physician


Hospitalist Physician

Methodist Mansfield Medical Center

Education & Training

University of New Mexico

Fellowship, Nephrology, 2012 – 2012

Conemaugh Valley Memorial Hospital

Residency, Internal Medicine, 2005 – 2008

Conemaugh Valley Memorial Hospital

Internship, Transitional Year, 2004 – 2005

Kasturba Medical College Manipal

Class of 2001

Certification & Licensure

CA State Medical License

2018 – 2021

MT State Medical License

2015 – 2021

NM State Medical License

2012 – 2022

TX State Medical License

2008 – 2020

ABIM - Internal Medicine - Board Certified

Internal Medicine

Accepted Health Plans

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Clinic Info

4821 Saturn Rd Ste 104
Garland, TX 75041-5955
Phone: 214-434-4257

Dr. Vinay Nair, M.D. is licensed in the following states:

Texas, Montana, New Mexico (valid until 2022), and California (valid until 2021)

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