American Regional Health Center welcomes new doctor

Long-time resident of Texas joins the American Regional Health Center
American Regional Health Center welcomes new doctor

Dr. Braden Coleman

VICTORIA, Texas – Long-time resident of Texas, Dr. Braden Coleman, M.D., has joined the American Regional Health Center. Dr. Coleman joined the clinic in April 2021 and is now accepting new patients.

Dr. Coleman is certified by the American Board of Family Medicine and is committed to providing quality care for the entire family. He is familiar with the management of men’s health, women’s health, pregnancy, pediatric care and newborn care. Dr. Coleman has obstetric and pediatric privileges at DeTar Hospital North in Victoria for both normal and Cesarean deliveries. Additionally, he has the right to admit and follow his patients at DeTar Hospital Navarro. Dr. Cole man specializes in assisting families achieve and maintain good health through preventative care and offering diagnostic treatment for acute and chronic illnesses.

Dr. Coleman received his medical degree from the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine in Saint Maarten Island Kingdom of the Netherlands. Moving forward, he continued his educational journey by completing his Internship and Residency training as a Chief Resident at St. Joseph Hospital in Syracuse, New York.

Following his residency, Dr. Coleman finished a one-year fellowship in Operative Obstetrics. Throughout his fellowship, he learned to manage high risk pregnancies and became certified in Cesarean Section delivery. He worked closely with Maternal Fetal Medicine specialists in Rochester, New York and local OBGYNs at St. Joseph Hospital in Syracuse, New York. While completing his fellowship, Dr. Coleman served as part of the junior faculty. He taught residents and treated patients in the outpatient clinics, as well as those admitted to the hospital.

You can reach American Regional Health Center, located t 102 Springwood Drive, Victoria Texas, by calling 361-576-2222.