Dr. Hayan Yacoub - Internal Medicine

Medicine is My Life, Says Dr. Yacoub

New Internal Medicine Physician Shares His Passion for Patients

ARC’s newest internal medicine physician, Dr. Hayan Yacoub, says medicine is not just a job for him, it’s a life.

“It is a great privilege to be trusted by people to take care of their health and well-being,” said Dr. Yacoub. “I take that privilege and trust very seriously.”

Dr. Yacoub joins the ARC Far West team, bringing more than 13 years of internal medicine experience.

Born and raised in Syria, Dr. Yacoub is enjoying his new Central Texas home. When he’s not playing with his three boys, he can be found reading, biking, swimming or studying astronomy and photography. Said Yacoub, “I have a lot of hobbies.”

Dr. Yacoub is currently accepting new patients at ARC Far West. You can request an appointment online or call us at 512-272-4636.

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