Be a good listener and partner with the patient in their care. As a Primary Care Physician, it is important, first and foremost, to be a good listener. This demonstrates to the patient that their concerns are important and builds trust.
I also believe in partnering with the patient in establishing a treatment plan as they are more likely to adhere to a plan in which they are involved.
“People will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.”
Dr. Masozera is a board-certified internist with a passion for Preventative Care. He has been working with the Veterans Health Administration for the last 22 years and is honored to have taken care of America’s finest. Dr. Masozera started out at the Michael DeBakey VA Medical Center in Houston, Texas, where he worked for 17 years. For the last five years, he worked at the Gulf Coast Veterans Health Care System in Pensacola, Florida, where he served as the Deputy Chief of Staff. Dr. Masozera completed his residency in Internal Medicine at The University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston, Texas, and completed his medical training at Makerere University Medical School in Kampala, Uganda. He also holds a Master’s degree in Public Health from Columbia University in New York.
Dr. Masozera is married to his wonderful wife, May, a Mental Health Nurse. They have two children - a daughter in Graduate Pharmacy School and a son who is serving as an Officer in the US Air Force, alongside his wife, who is also an Air Force Officer.
He enjoys working with young people to help them realize their God-given talents for His glory. His hobbies include reading, listening to music, walking, and playing table tennis.