Subodh Bhuchar, MD

Dr. Subodh Bhuchar is Board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics as well as the American Board of Family Practice. He has been in practice in the Sugar Land area since 1992. He moved here after completing his residency in Pediatrics in New York, NY at North Shore University Hospital, a Cornell University affiliate program and his Family Practice residency in Lubbock, TX at Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. He is affiliated with all the area hospitals, including Memorial Hermann Sugar Land, Methodist Hospital Sugar Land, Kindred Hospital Sugar Land, and Memorial Hermann Southwest.

Dr. Bhuchar has served as Chief of Staff and Chief Medical Officer of Kindred Hospital Sugar Land. In 2002-2003, he served as Chief of Staff at Memorial Hermann Fort Bend and Medical Director of the In-Patient Care team. He also serves as Director of Physician Networks for Memorial Hermann Sugar Land and as an advisor on various hospital committees.

An outstanding physician, he has been recognized often with several awards ranging from Chief Resident and Resident Physician of the Year during his Family Practice residency, Physician of the Year at Memorial Hermann Fort Bend, to Best Physician Communicator, and Best Bedside Manner at Memorial Hermann Sugar Land.

Dr. Bhuchar believes in sharing his knowledge and inspiring young individuals who wish to pursue a medical career. Towards that goal, he provides mentorship to local area high school students. He is also a preceptor to medical students and nurse practitioner students from the University of Texas Medical School and the Baylor College of Medicine. He has served in a leadership capacity on many non profit organzations, such as the President of the Indian Doctors Association, Fort Bend Medical Society and the Indo American Charity Foundation. Once a week, he also conducts a radio talk show on AM radio called Open Forum.He has also served on the Board of Directors of Fort Bend Cares, and the Indo American Forum, non profit organizations, serving underprivileged and underserved populations in Fort Bend. He resides in Sugar Land with his wife and three children.