Cesar Reyes, MD, FACOG

I began Comprehensive OB/GYN as a sole provider in 2006.  When I started my practice I wanted to be in a growing community where we could provide stellar health care to women – it appears the choice was the right one.  I look forward to continuing to provide unmatched health care to my patients and am looking forward to someday being able to deliver a baby of the babies I have delivered.

I grew up, you may say, in an OB/GYN medical office. My dad is an OB/GYN and I often waited in his office and at the hospital for him to finish seeing patients. I was interested in medicine and my experiences growing up led me to choose women’s healthcare. While in school, sciences such as biology and anatomy came natural for me – it just made sense. My high school classmates all wrote in my yearbook that I would someday become a doctor – I guess it was obvious to them as well.

I grew up in Texas with three brothers and one sister. In addition to my father, one brother, my sister, my brother’s wife as well as my wife, Dr. Renee Chan, all OB/GYN’s. Our family has been a part of more than 30,000 deliveries!!! My other brother is a dentist and my youngest brother is still in medical school. As I shared, medicine and taking care of people seems to be a family tradition.

I attended a university and medical school that has been ranked by US News and World report as one of the country’s best. While I was at St. Louis University in St. Louis, MO, I earned several awards for excellence and was honored by being selected to serve as the Administrative Chief Resident. I was also actively engaged in research and studied the effects of both diabetic and hypertensive disorders on fetal growth patterns during pregnancy.

I believe it is important for my patients to know that I really take my work seriously. I take my time to ensure patients receive excellent care and they understand their course of treatment. I stay on top of current trends and treatments to provide my patients with the latest and greatest that medical science has to offer, so they have the best possible outcomes. I believe in following through with the care offered to patients – this is how I practice medicine. My patients often tell me they appreciate the time I take to explain the type of care that would be best for them and I believe I have happier patients because of this. Patients trust they are well taken care of.

Women’s healthcare is very comprehensive and diverse and that is what I enjoy. The ability to offer women non-invasive procedures to help them achieve better healthcare is a great medical advancement. Being certified with the daVinci surgical system, I am able to perform laparoscopic surgical procedures in a way that allows women to get back to their normal activities much sooner. Becoming a partner with my patients during one of the most exciting times of their lives and bringing new life to the world is very rewarding. I maintain privileges with multiple facilities in order to provide options to my patients depending on their needs and wants.

Dr. Chan and I have three young sons. When I am not working, I enjoy making a mean steak on the grill for family and friends. I enjoy music of all kinds. I also enjoy sports, both as a participant and a spectator.


Board Certified – American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology

Medical School – UT Southwestern

Residency – St. Louis University

Acknowledgements – Administrative Chief Resident

Research – The effects of both diabetic and hypertensive disorders on fetal growth patterns during pregnancy

Memberships - Fellow of the American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology (FACOG), Texas Medical Association