Seema Jain

Seema Jain, MD

Internal Medicine
Languages: English
100 Ratings, 30 Reviews


  • Internal Medicine


  • Residency

    University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
  • Education

    Ohio State University College of Medicine/Health
  • Fellowship

    University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
  • Board Certifications

    American Board of Internal Medicine


Dr. Jain is the associate director of HonorHealth's North Scottsdale internal medicine residency program. Her focus is on general internal medicine, primary care and preventive medicine, lifestyle medicine, and nutrition.

Outside of Medicine, Dr. Jain enjoys reading, exploring new areas in the southwest, spending time with her husband and her dog, Coco. She also enjoys traveling to visit her friends and family. She is originally from Northeast Ohio.

Care philosophy

My goal as a primary care provider is to walk alongside my patients on their life's journey, investing with them in their health so they can feel well and achieve their health goals.


  • Reading
  • Exploring the Southwest
  • Spending time with my husband and dog Coco
  • Traveling to visit friends and family

Ratings & Reviews

4.9 out of 5
Patient Rating - 100 Ratings
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30 Reviews

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