Dr. Pham hails from Fort Worth, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Science in chemical engineering at The University of Texas at Austin. He then received his medical doctorate at The University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston, having been the recipient of the Gold-Headed Cane Award upon graduation. He remained in Galveston for his residency training, where he had also partaken in several medical mission trips to Vietnam during that time, received the Residency Research Award, and was inducted into the Byron Bailey Surgical Society upon completion of his training.
Dr. Pham then established a thriving practice in San Antonio before embarking on a new journey with The ENT and Allergy Centers of Texas with an opportunity to be closer to home. He sees adults and children for all ear, nose, and throat issues with a particular emphasis on providing comprehensive otolaryngological care with a personal passion for patient education and promoting patient autonomy to formulate personalized management plans that coincide with their values and fosters long standing relationships.
Dr. Pham shares his home with his wife, two dogs, and a much beloved sulcata tortoise. In his free time, he enjoys playing ultimate frisbee, traveling to new places, and channeling his inner food critic exploring new restaurants. If he stays inside the house, he pretends to be on Food Network competition shows demonstrating his barbecue and smoking skills while cheering for the Texas Longhorns.