Sapna Singh, M.D.



Sapna Singh, MD is a Board certified Pediatrician and fellow of the AAP.  She works at the Texas Childrens Pediatric clinic in Sugar Land and is a native Texan.  She attended Texas A&M Science Center College of Medicine Medical School and did her residency at Baylor College of Medicine. She has lived most of her life in and around the Sugar Land area along with her husband, Mehul, and her two children, Savan and Surina. She serves on the board of Pratham USA and is active in charities aiding children and underserved communities in and outside of the US. 

"I want to help physicians gain more control over their day to day practice and lives.  We need to find ways to help improve our ability to impact our patients' care, and our own experience in  medicine.  At the end of the day, we must be a part of the solutions for the issues that exist today, if we want to have a voice in what the future of healthcare looks like."

Art Klawitter, M.D.

Past President

Dr. Klawitter has experienced a comprehensive range of medical practices from a solo practice to a multi-specialty group, to being now employed in a single physician office in Needville. Despite all the organized medicine activity and achievement below, he feels his greatest privilege is to care for patients daily. He has held the position of Chief of Staff of his local hospital 3 separate terms. He has 20 years of certificates as an active teacher in medicine from the AAFP, for precepting medical students in his office and as volunteer staff at a medicine residency clinic. Dr. Klawitter began by serving Fort Bend County Medical Society as an alternate delegate in 1986. He also previously served as the FBMS President three years. He recently completed seven years as Secretary-Treasurer of the TMA, and TMA Board of Directors and has served on multiple committees with TMA. At the state level of Texas Academy of Family Physicians, he has served on the Medical Education Committee, the Commission on Academic Affairs, Nominating Committee, and Bylaws Committee. Dr. Klawitter has carried the TMA’s values to the AMA since 1999, when he was elected to the Texas Delegation to the AMA.
Asha Wurdeman, D.O.



Dr. Asha Wurdeman is a board certified Palliative Medicine, Geriatric Medicine and Family Medicine physician, licensed to practice medicine in the state of Texas. She is affiliated with the Memorial Hermann Health System. Her medical education and training are from Kaiser Permanente in Los Angeles, California St. Josephs Hospital and Medical Center in Phoenix, Arizona and the Arizona College of Osteopathic Medicine in Glendale, Arizona. She has recently moved from Omaha, Nebraska where she practiced Palliative Medicine for seven years.

She is a Diplomate of the American Board of Family Medicine. Her patient care interests include care coordination for patients with serious illness and transitional care needs.

Paul Gerhard Loubser, M.D.

2014 & 2015 President

Shreyas P. Bhavsar, D.O.

2014, 2015, and 2016 Secretary/Treasurer