Dallas Diagnostic Association has been delivering quality healthcare in the Dallas area for thirty years. We are a multi-specialty group of physicians practicing at five convenient locations in the DFW area. Our physicians are all board certified or board eligible in their individual specialties, including endocrinology, dermatology, gastroenterology, geriatrics, internal medicine, neurology, orthopaedics, pulmonology, and rheumatology. Our offices offer comprehensive care for adults. Since we are able to provide many services such as lab testing and x-rays, patients often can receive all of their care within our office . Because of this we are able to quickly provide patients with their results, often the same day.

Additionally, our services are easy to access. We are open to new patients and often can accommodate them on the same day a call is placed.


Flu Vaccines Have Arrived at DDA Plano

DDA Plano's flu clinic will be held in the office the week of Sept. 29th through Oct. 3rd. Please call 469.800.6000 to schedule your annual flu shot vaccination.

Gastroenterology - Digestive Diseases Group

The Gastroenterologists of Digestive Diseases Group provide the full spectrum of care for patients with concerns involving the esophagus, stomach, small bowel, colon, rectum, gallbladder, pancreas and liver.

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Clinic Update

Dr. Srungaram is moving to 5236 W University Dr, Suite 2000 McKinney, TX 75071. Ph 469-800-5375 Fax 469-800-5010.

There will be an extra $35 fee on top of the normal co-pay for Saturday Clinic visits at DDA Plano and DDA Garland.

Effective October 1, 2011 any patient who misses an appointment at DDA Plano without notifying the office in advance may be assessed a no-show fee.

DDA Physicians do not accept Medicare replacement or Private Fee for Service (PFFS) plans.

Healthy Living Quiz

How much do you know about what makes up a healthy lifestyle? Here's a pop quiz.

1. How do you define working out?
a. Going to the gym.
b. Turning the jump-rope for the neighbor's kid.
c. Playing Frisbee with your dog.

2. How do you define good nutrition?
a. Eating a vegetable at every meal.
b. Eating two vegetables at every meal.
c. Drinking a fruit smoothie for breakfast.

3. Which of these is a healthy activity?
a. Push-ups, sit-ups, or running the track.
b. Walking the dog after dinner.
c. Spending Saturday afternoon snoozing on the sofa.

Believe it or not, the correct answer to every question is A, B, and C -- even that Saturday afternoon nap!