Our Pearland health center is located off Beltway 8 and Hwy 288 with easy access for patients located in the southern part of the Houston metro area. Located on the second floor of the Pearland Medical Building, our office is open Monday - Friday from 8am – 5pm.
Cheryl received her undergraduate degree from Miami University and completed her post baccalaureate Nutrition degree and internship at the University of Houston. She’s been a Registered Dietitian for eight years and has recently become a Certified Diabetes Educator. Before joining the team at DiabetesAmerica, Cheryl worked at the Mainland Medical Center and Sandcastle Dialysis Center, both in Texas City.
Cheryl is very excited about joining DiabetesAmerica. Her daughter has had type 1 diabetes for 17 years and was her inspiration for returning to school to become a Dietitian and CDE. She looks forward to working with the DiabetesAmerica team to promote wellness and personalized diabetes healthcare to our patients.
Cheryl and her husband have two daughters—both are part of the health care system; one is an ICU nurse and the other has plans to become a physical therapist. The family is very active with their church in Alvin. Cheryl enjoys scrapbooking, reading, taking kickboxing classes, camping in their RV and waterskiing.
Timothy Daniel, MD, PhD
Dr. Timothy Daniel is Board Certified Internal Medicine with more than 12 years experience in diabetes. Prior to DiabetesAmerica he was Staff Physician at the Michael DeBakey VA Medical Center, Houston, Texas and Assistant Professor of Medicine at Baylor College of Medicine. Dr. Daniel is a Fellow of the American College of Physicians. He received his M.D. at Harvard Medical School and received his Ph.D. in Organic Chemistry from the University of Texas, Austin.
He has more than ten publications, four patents, several published reports and presentations, and medical awards. His interests are diabetes management, prevention, and diabetes in the aging population.
Christine has more than 15 years experience in diabetes education and nutrition management. Prior to joining DiabetesAmerica, Christine was the Clinical Nutrition Manager at Sodexho Healthcare Services, stationed at Bayshore Medical Center where she managed the clinical nutrition program for over 350 bed hospital inpatients and the outpatient nutritional counseling program.
Christine has been instrumental in developing collaborative nutritional screening programs with nursing and medicine. Christine obtained her B.S. in Nutrition and Dietetics from the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. She is native from upstate New Jersey. Christine has two children.
Claudia Makhoul, MD
Dr. Makhoul received her medical degree from Saint-Joseph University in Beirut, Lebanon. She then completed her residency training in internal medicine and a fellowship in Geriatrics at the Staten Island University Hospital in New York. Prior to joining DiabetesAmerica Team, she worked at an endocrine private practice in Louisiana where she mostly focused on treating patients with diabetes.
Dr. Makhoul believes that good education, prevention, and early intervention are key in the management of the diabetes.
She currently lives in the Houston area where she enjoys the busy city lifestyle along with her husband and three children.