About Us

Chaylah Lomotey MD/MPH is a board certified family practice physician.  She was born in Connecticut but spent many of her childhood years in Texas.  She attended undergraduate college at Eastern Nazarene College in Quincy, Massachusetts and earned her BS in Health Science with a minor in religion.  She then earned her medical degree at the University of Connecticut School of Medicine while simultaneously getting her masters degree in public health.  She did her residency at Valley Baptist Family practice in Harlingen, Texas.  After residency she worked as an immigration doctor and then at a rural family medicine clinic, where she further developed skills in family medical care.  She has been serving the New Braunfels Community working in Urgent Care since 2013.  Dr. Lomotey has travelled internationally, lived and did mission work in Romania, did public health work and research in Haiti, and medical mission work in Ghana.  On her days off she homeschools children and likes to spend her free time with her husband and kids–enjoying the beauty of God’s natural world, walking, and participating in her local church.  She is passionate about providing superior care to every patient. She loves to spend time with her patients and enjoys listening to and addressing their concerns. She strives to provide medical care with excellence. 

This Dr. is great.  She truly cares about her patients.  We would always look forward to visits with her.  She was very understanding of everything.” (from ratemds.com)

My insurance requires that primary care issue referrals for specialists.  For over a year,  I was progressively losing my vision, suffering double vision, seeing my left eye severely turn inward and suffering constant, debilitating headaches.  After having been dismissed by another doctor and a McPractice across town on three separate occasions as a “WebMD middle aged woman with normally aging eyes”, Dr. Lomotey took my problems seriously and helped me to locate a specialist who would be able to treat an unusual and rare vision problem created by an autoimmune disorder.  Thanks to this doctor’s intervention and assistance, I was able to regain my vision and my independence and live as the 40 year old that I am.”  (from ratemds.com)

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