Dr. Mohammad Zare is an Associate Professor at McGovern Medical School at  UTHealth Houston.  He is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine.

Since 2012 Dr. Zare has served as the Vice-Chair for Community Affairs on behalf of the Department of Family and Community Medicine at UT Health Houston where his responsibilities included working with Graduate Medical Office and Affiliated Medical Services Office for UT and BCM to ensure opportunities for medical student and resident training at six Harris Health community health centers. Total of 36 UT family medicine residents and BCM 27 family medicine, 27 Medpeds and 36 pediatric residents and approximately 90 medical students trained annually.  He also works with medical staff to ensure high quality patient care is provided, using latest models and tools available.

From 2014-2019, he also served as the Chief of Staff for Ambulatory Care Services at the Harris Health System where Dr. Zare oversaw more than one million patient visits per year delivered by 300 medical staff in 6 urgent care centers, 18 community health centers, 5 school based clinics, 11 homeless programs, dental and HIV centers. He also participated in the Affiliated Medical Services contract between UTHealth and Baylor College of Medicine. Effective April 2022, Dr. Zare is the interim Assistant Chief of Staff for Ambulatory Care Services at the Harris Health System.


Medical School
Doctor of Medicine, University of Texas Medical School at Houston, Houston, TX 1994
Residency - Family Medicine
The University of Texas Medical School at Houston Houston, TX 1994 - 1997