Jason Bailey, MD

Dr. Texada graduated from medical school in 1999. In his nearly 25 years of practicing medicine, his interest in the field has led him to pursue involvement in a wide variety of areas. He has experience in primary care, geriatrics, and inhome care, as well as rehabilitation and women’s health. He says that each experience has been an opportunity to learn more about the human condition and the importance of a more holistic approach to the care of patients. According to Dr. Texada, “There has long been an understanding of the importance of lifestyle factors such as diet and exercise to patients’ health and well-being. However, what is often overlooked is the importance of hormonal balance. I’ve learned over many years of practicing medicine that not only do patients feel better, but their overall health is better when hormonal balance is achieved because this balance affects everything else we’re attempting to do with more traditional medical treatments. I’ve tried to achieve this balance in my patients and I’m committed to helping them in this way to not only be healthier, but also to experience a better quality of life.”


Doctor of Medicine
Louisiana State University School of Medicine, Shreveport, LA
Bachelor of Science
Louisiana State University, Baton Rouge, LA


ABOG, Board Eligible
Doctor of Medicine Louisiana


Primary Investigator – Investigated differences in in-vitro fertilization outcomes based on
day of embryo implantation and number of embryos implanted. 2003

David Texada, MD Credentials