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Family Medicine opens doors

Austin Regional Clinic is happy to announce that Karuna Khatri, MD, Family Medicine, has joined the team at ARC Hutto.

Dr. Khatri says she chose family medicine as her specialty because it is, in her words,  “the heart and soul of the medical field.” She says family medicine incorporates pieces of all specialties, and “is the doorway by which many patients can receive specialized care.”

When asked about her philosophy of care, Dr. Khatri says, simply, “I treat every patient as I would like to be treated.”

A tip for good health

Dr. Khatri grew up in India and completed her medical training in Texas. Among her favorite activities are reading books, watching TV, and spending time with her family. And she “loves cooking and baking!”  Dr. Khatri also looks forward to exploring Central Texas and all it has to offer.

Her favorite health tip? Eat a healthy, balanced diet, and exercise daily!

Dr. Khatri welcomes new and established patients to her practice for either in-clinic or telemedicine visits.  For appointments, go online or call 512-846-1244.

Welcome to Austin Regional Clinic, Dr. Khatri!

Tags: Family Medicine, ARC Hutto, Karuna Khatri, MD

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