About Jayesh Shah

Dr. Jayesh Shah ( fondly known as Jay) hails from India. His late father, Chief Engineer of Gujarat Electricity Board, was his mentor. He instilled in young Jayesh values of hard, sincere work, integrity and character. Giving back to the community has always been his motto and mission of life. Today giving time, resources for the community remains Jayesh’s priority. In 1992 he graduated from Baroda Medical College, Gujarat. After completing his residency at St. Luke’s / Roosevelt Hospital Center in New York, he moved to Texas in 1996. He is now practicing Hyperbaric Medicine and Wound care in San Antonio.(Learn more about his work at www.wounddoctors.com.) He has emerged as a budding scientist and an excellent clinician. To his credit, he has published three books, over 50 peer-reviewed articles and scientific papers. He is widely acclaimed by receiving national and international awards and recognition for academia, leadership and community service. Today he is sought after to deliver lectures nationally and internationally. Dr. Shah completed his master of health care administration from Trinity University in 2018.

At a young age, Jayesh Shah has many accomplishments to his credit. His unwavering dedication, eye for details, persuasive style has helped him. He has made a difference to each organization he has been associated with. His experience, leadership skills and connectivity among the diverse organizations has poised him to serve TMA. Dr. Shah has served in several organizations, locally, at state level and nationally but the opportunity to serve the Texas patients and physicians as a Board of Trustees for Texas medical Association for last 3 years has
been his greatest honor as a physician.

Family

My wife Neha is a part time physical therapist and takes pride in being my office manager. My daughter Prachi is in first year of medical school and is quite an artist and a dancer. My son Aj is in his senior year of college and will graduate with a degree in computer science. I am blessed to have my mother with me who has nurtured our family with our culture, religion and language. I find time for myself to practice yoga. I also enjoy hiking and bicycling with family and friends.