Womens Health Texas

Naima Khamsi MD

Naima Khamsi MD offers her patients a combination of experience and compassion

You deserve to work with an El Paso OBGYN who you can trust. Naima Khamsi MD is an experienced and understanding doctor at Women’s Health Texas who puts your health first. She uses her extensive knowledge of obstetrics and gynecology to bring effective and nonjudgmental healthcare to the women of El Paso.

Dr. Khamsi is the perfect physician for you, regardless of whether you’re looking for a doctor to care for you during your pregnancy or you need a physician to help you with a gynecology-related issue. You can trust Dr. Khamsi to take care of you at every age and stage of your life.

Learn more about Dr. Khamsi’s education and experience

Naima Khamsi MD received her Bachelor of Science in biology with a minor in chemistry from University of Texas at El Paso. She then traveled to Massachusetts to earn her medical degree from Boston :University School of Medicine. Finally, she completed her OBGYN residency at Texas Tech Health Science Center Paul L. Foster School of Medicine in El Paso.

During her residency, Dr. Khamsi was named Best Intern of the Year, and she was the administrative chief resident. Since completing her residency, this El Paso OBGYN has stayed busy by working as maternal medical director at Hospitals of Providence Transmountain Campus. She has also held several teaching positions where she has helped train the OBGYNs of tomorrow.

Today, Naima Khamsi MD is a member of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the Association of Professors of Gynecology and Obstetrics. Being a member of these organizations allows her to provide the best and most-current women’s healthcare available.

Schedule an appointment with Naima Khamsi MD today

Dr. Khamsi is now accepting new patients at Women’s Health Texas. We invite you to contact us to schedule an appointment with this wonderful El Paso OBGYN. Dr. Khamsi and our entire team are honored to assist you with your women’s healthcare needs.