Doctor's Desk


Dr. Jacinta Anyaoku


"My favorite part about being a family physician is the relationships I build with my patients. With direct primary care, that relationship goes a step further. Instead of working for an insurance company or hospital system, I am now working for you. You and I will work closely together to help you achieve optimal health and wellness. You will have direct access to me as your physician — no more long holds and unanswered voicemails. Your health is my top priority. Let’s get started on this journey together. I’m looking forward to working with you!"

- Dr. Anyaoku

Jacinta (Odafe) Anyaoku, MD grew up on the east coast and midwest before moving to Houston in 2014.  She received her medical degree from Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine in Dayton, OH and completed residency at Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, NC. Dr. Anyaoku is board-certified in Family Medicine and has received additional training in Integrative Medicine, Lifestyle Medicine, and Aesthetic Medicine.

Dr. Anyaoku takes a collaborative approach to patient care by assessing each patient's individual needs, establishing a strong rapport, and tailoring personalized care regimens to help patients reach their healthcare goals. Clinical interests include women's health, dermatologic procedures, and  preventive care.

Dr. Anyaoku is a member of Harris County Medical Society where she has served in various leadership roles including President of the Western Branch, 2020-2021. She is also very involved in her Katy community by participating in activities such as serving as a board member of the Katy Area Chamber of Commerce, leading a local Walk With a Doc chapter, and serving on the Katy ISD School Health Advisory Council. 

Away from the office, Dr. Anyaoku loves catching up on Netflix shows, trying new restaurants, and spending quality time with her husband and two young sons. She is excited to bring direct primary care to her community.



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Hibiscus flowers also represent simplicity, and we believe healthcare should be just that—simple.

No wait times or insurance hassle. Just a direct relationship with our patients to help them achieve optimal health.

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