Samir J Gandhi, M.D.
Perioperative Information Officer
Dr. Gandhi received his medical degree from St. George’s University in Grenada – West Indies in June of 2011. He completed his Anesthesiology residency at the University of Texas Health Science Center – Houston in 2015, and a Cancer Anesthesia Fellowship at MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston, TX in July 2016. Dr. Gandhi has held several leadership positions including TSA Political Action Committee Board Member, MD Anderson Institutional Patient Safety Committee Member, and the TMA Council on Socioeconomics member. In addition, he has participated in several quality improvement initiatives, been published in two peer reviewed journals, and made five presentations at national meetings.
- 2016 - Clinical Fellowship - Oncologic Anesthesia - MD Anderson Cancer Center
- 2015 - Residency - Anesthesiology - University of Texas Health Science Center
- 2012 - Internship - University of Texas Health Science Center
- 2011 - MD - Medicine - St. George`s University School of Medicine
- 2006 - BA - Political Science (Middle Easter Foreign Relations) - New York University, College of Arts and Science
- 9/2016 - Staff Physician - University Health System Medical Center and MARC Ambulatory Surgery Centers, San Antonio, TX, Anesthesiology, San Antonio
- 9/2016 - Contract Physician - Audie L. Murphy V.A. Hospital, San Antonio, TX, Anesthesiology, San Antonio
- 8/2016 - Staff Physician - University Health System, Anesthesiology, San Antonio
- 8/2016 - Assistant Professor/Clinical - University of Texas Health Science Center, Anesthesiology, San Antonio
Instruction & Training
- 8/2016 - Present, Post Graduate Rotation Supervision, UTHSCSA Department of Anesthesiology
Gandhi SJ. The Importance of Identification American Society of Anesthesiology Newsletter 2013 Aug;:72-73.
Gandhi SJ, Cattano D, Normand K. Cap obstructs CO2 sampling Anesthesia Patient Safety Foundation Newsletter 2014 Jun;. Williams GW, Gandhi SJ, Altamirano A. An acute neurological syndrome with cerebrovascular and parkinsonian clinical features associated with perioperative SNRI withdrawal J Neurosurg Anesthesiol 2013 Jul;25(3):353-354. Gandhi SJ, Williams GW, Altamirano A. An acute neurological syndrome with cerebrovascular and Parkinsonian clinical features associated with perioperative SNRI withdrawal Journal of Neurosurgical Anesthesiology 2013 Jul;25(3):353-354.
- American Board of Anesthesiology