Aimee Hariramani, PA-CPhysician Assistant
“I believe that every patient deserves to feel cared for, in every sense of the phrase, beyond a particular illness or condition. I believe in taking the time to get to know my patients, listening to their concerns, and coming up with a holistic plan that works for them.”
Aimee was born and raised just outside of Detroit, Michigan. She studied sociology and comparative religion in college and graduate school, and spent nearly ten years working in non-profit organizations and schools.
Ten years later, Aimee decided the time was right to enter the field of medicine. She graduated from Baylor College of Medicine as a PA in 2015, and since then has worked in primary care, internal medicine, urgent care and pediatrics. Aimee is passionate about providing high quality, compassionate care to all of her patients. She especially loves working in primary care, which allows her to build long lasting relationships with her patients and their families.
Aimee has two children, ages 9 and 11, and a rescue dog Buddy, who keep her busy outside of work. In her free time, she loves to travel. Spain has become a favorite destination of late, which has allowed her to build fluency in Spanish and develop a love of vegetarian Spanish cuisine.
- Texas Medical Board
- NCCPA Certified
Areas of Expertise
- Internal Medicine
- Women’s Health
- Mental Health
Baylor College of Medicine
Harvard Divinity School
Ohio Wesleyan University
Elliott E, Hariramani A, Ansiaux J. Child Passenger Safety. PA Clinics. 2016; 1(4):525-540.
Enjoying time my kiddos and our rescue dog Buddy, vegetarian cooking, travel, reading fiction, spending time at the beach.