Telephone Requests

8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri
8 a.m. to 12 p.m. Wed

​Online requests
Request an appointment using our secure online form.

Existing Patients:

Request appointment and check your medical charts and lab results online on our secure patient portal.

Note to New Patients: Once you schedule your appointment and provide an email address, our registration system will send you a link to our patient portal to complete your paperwork online. This will save you waiting time when you come in the office for your appointment.

​​Telemedicine Appointment:


Skip the waiting room and office visit. Schedule a secure video chat with Dr. Sadoun from the convenience of your home or office.  Billed the same way as an office consultation. Read more about it here

We also welcome International patients

“New patients please come at least 15-25 minutes before your doctor’s scheduled time to complete your paperwork”

Patient short notice cancellation rescheduling policy:

We respect our patient’s time and scheduling needs.  When we book a time for you, that time of our practice is dedicated for your needs.  If you need to reschedule or cancel an appointment, we ask that you give us at least a 24hr notice, so we can reserve your time slot for another patient.  We ask the advance notice in order to schedule the doctor’s time properly and most efficiently.

Any short notice of cancellation or rescheduling will incur a $50 office visit change fee. Unfortunately, this fee can't be waived. Repeat occurrences of short notice schedule changes and cancellations of 3 or more times with 12 months period, will result in your discharge from our practice.

To reschedule, or cancel ahead of time use our Patient Portal or by calling our office at (281) 201-8737.

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Dr. Elise Sadoun, MD is a Member of the Obesity Medicine Association
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Dr. Elise Sadoun, MD is a member of Harris County Medical Society
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Frequently Asked Questions

Medical records
Will I need to bring my medical records with me or does your practice start from scratch?

  • We encourage patients to bring all recent, pertinent medical records, including:
  • A letter from the local provider summarizing the medical condition
  • A complete record of immunizations to date
  • Copies of medical record information from health care providers outside of our clinic.
  • All pathology slides and written pathology reports from relevant biopsies

Can you call my doctor's office to get my medical records?

Generally, patients obtain their medical records from their previous providers. If additional records are needed once you are here, we can contact your provider. You'll be asked to sign a consent form to release your records.

Will my insurance cover care at your clinic?

We routinely submits claims to insurance carriers. Please contact your insurance company to verify medical coverage and to obtain any needed authorization prior to your visit. Often, your insurer's customer service number is printed on the back of your insurance card. 

Can I bring my child? Is child care offered?

You can bring children with you, but no child setting is offered. Many visitors find it convenient to bring a responsible person along to watch children during your appointments.

Are family members allowed to come to my appointments?

Relatives and friends are welcome at our Clinic. They may be asked to stay in the waiting area during some exams and tests.

Is Spirit of Texas Family Medicine open weekends?

We are open Monday through Friday, and sometimes Saturday till 12PM. Check our appointment availability here.  We are closed for all major U.S. holidays: New Year's Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day and during Eids.

What is a Family Doctor?

"Most medical specialists focus on a particular part of the body or a specific type of disease. Physicians who specialize in family medicine provide comprehensive care to patients of all ages with all sorts of conditions.

When someone has a non-emergency health concern, they often see a family physician first. Because they focus on the “whole patient” and provide treatment over long time periods, family physicians are uniquely suited to providing preventive care and managing chronic and complex conditions. They also screen for early signs of serious conditions, such as cancer.

Many patients develop long-standing relationships with their family physician, and come to think of him or her as “my doctor.” Over time, the family physician comes to know a great deal about the patient’s health history and medical needs. This helps in preventing health problems and reducing health risks, which are key elements of family medicine.

In many areas, the local family physician may follow an individual from infancy through adulthood. He or she may also treat other family members, and have access to medical histories going back a generation or more. This provides insight into individual health risks and enables the physician to better help patients get and stay healthy."