UTHSCSA Faculty Profiles v1.0

Ravi, Tharani

School of Medicine
Family & Community Medicine

Tharani Ravi, MD is a faculty physician at the UTHSCSA Family Medicine Residency Program. She completed her undergraduate degree at the University of California Los Angeles, where she developed her interest in Medicine. She attended medical school at the University of Texas Southwestern in Dallas in 2007. Inspired by her Family Medicine mentors? altruism and passion for community service, she found her passion in Family Medicine. In 2011, she moved to San Antonio to attend the Family and Community Medicine Residency at UTHSCSA. After completing residency, she stayed on with the residency program to join the faculty as a Clinical Assistant Professor. She currently works at the Family Health Center where she cares for patients at her own continuity clinic and teaches Family Medicine residents and medical students. She supervises and teaches Family Medicine residents in several clinical settings, including the resident continuity clinic, the well-child clinic, prenatal clinics and the Juvenile Detention Center. She also serves as an attending physician at the Family Medicine Inpatient Service at the University Hospital. To improve preventive care at the Family Health Center, she has participated in the development of an adult wellness clinic. In collaboration with the Center for Research to Advance Community Health, she is striving to improve Hepatitis C screening and linkage to care for baby boomers with Hepatitis C at the Family Health Center. Dr. Ravi?s interests include teaching, preventive care and caring for the underserved.

8/2014 - Present Assistant Professor/Clinical UT Health Science Center at San Antonio, Family & Community Medicine, San Antonio, TX