Hujefa Y Vora, MD

“Primary care is a sacred partnership between physician and patient,” said Internal Medicine Specialist Hujefa Y Vora. “I believe in working with patients and their families as a trusted partner and friend first, then a diagnostician, problem-solver, and care coordinator.” Dr. Vora’s practice is centered around his commitment to building lasting relationships with his patients. He and his nurse practitioners at Bharmal Internal Medicine care for their patients through all phases of treatment, from the outpatient clinic to the hospital to the rehabilitation facilities serving the Arlington and Mansfield area, a unique feature among primary care practices today.

As a child growing up in Fort Worth, Dr. Vora’s role models were always doctors. “My father fought end-stage renal disease for 25 years,” he said. “The care his doctors gave him sparked my passion for caring for others, a fire that still burns in me today.” This early experience taught Dr. Vora a sense of empathy for his own patients and their families, and insight into the complicated spectrum of fear, hope, anxiety, and elation they experience throughout the healing process.

Dr. Hujefa Vora strives, above all, to be a good communicator. “Physicians and nurse practitioners must listen and take direction from our patients, interpret our findings, and convey these to our patients and their families in a concise and compassionate fashion.”

Nurse Practitioners Noelle Petri and Mary Huynh bring a positive energy to Bharmal Internal Medicine sharing Dr. Vora’s commitment to patient-centered primary care. They provide same-day appointments for established patients, expanded well-woman services and preventative services, home visits, and weekend appointments.

Dr. Vora graduated from Austin College with a degree in mathematics and completed his medical school and residency in internal medicine at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas. In his free time, Dr. Vora enjoys spending time with his wife and young daughter gardening, raising chickens, traveling, skiing, hiking, and cycling. He’s an active volunteer at his church community and he and his wife take yearly mission trips to third world countries in Asia and Africa. “It’s important for physicians to give back to their communities,” he said. “Without the support of my community, I wouldn’t be a doctor today.” He also donates his time to his preferred hospital, Medical City Arlington, where he recently served as Chief of Staff.

Dr. Vora spends his days addressing these and other concerns with his patients.

  • Diabetes Prevention and Treatment
  • Hypertension Management
  • Coronary Artery Disease
  • Asthma and COPD
  • Cancer Prevention and Detection
  • Weight Management
  • Wellness Examinations for Men and Women



3150 Matlock Rd Suite 403

Arlington, Texas 76015

(817) 784-0052