Dr. Chaylah Lomotey was born in Connecticut but spent many of her childhood years in Texas. She attended Eastern Nazarene College in Quincy, Massachusetts and then graduated from the University of Connecticut School of Medicine with both her MD and Master’s in Public Health degrees in 2007. She and her husband moved down to the Rio Grande Valley where she did her residency in Family Medicine at the Valley Baptist Hospital in Harlingen, Texas. She has worked as the sole physician for the largest immigration detention facility in the US and practiced primary care family medicine in rural South Texas. She has also spent time working in Urgent care and Occupational medicine clinics the Houston, Austin, and San Antonio Metro areas until her family’s recent move to New Braunfels.
Chaylah is widely traveled and has done medical and mission work in Romania, Haiti, and Ghana. She enjoys spending time with her husband and two young children, homeschooling her children, hiking, and helping at her small church. She looks forward to serving the New Braunfels Community through her work at the Urgent Care and Occupational Health Centers of Texas.