Dr. Keta Joshipura Pandit graduated from University of Arizona College of Medicine, and then completed residency in Internal Medicine at University of Texas Medical Branch and fellowship in Endocrinology, Diabetes & Metabolism from Baylor College of Medicine and U.T. MD Anderson Cancer center in Houston, TX. Prior to fellowship, she worked as a primary care physician for the Harris Health County on an appointment as a Baylor College of Medicine faculty. During fellowship, Dr. Pandit served complicated cases of Diabetes in county and private clinics and in the hospital setting. She also developed an affinity for adrenal and pituitary disorders. In addition, she treated very common endocrine disorders such as osteoporosis, thyroid abnormalities, bone health in cancer patients. She conducted research project in Pheochromocytoma and Paraganglioma that received national and local accolade.
Dr. Pandit’s subspecialty training from the Texas Medical Center has enabled her to provide the most comprehensive and evidence based practice for her patients. From her practice as a primary care physician, she understands how chronic endocrine conditions impact lifestyle of her patients and can identify methods to eliminate stressors that exacerbate these conditions. Dr. Pandit believes in engaging her patients in a dialog to effectively guide them to approach a lifestyle change as necessary.
In her free time, she enjoys practicing yoga and dance, cooking for her family and friends, and traveling to explore and learn from other parts of the world.
Dr. Pandit joined TD&E in 2019.