About

Dr. Albert Karam

Dr. Karam was born and raised in rural South Louisiana. He  completed his undergraduate studies with a degree in Chemistry  from McNeese State University in 1977, and then attended  Medical School at LSU Medical Center Shreveport. After  graduating in 1981, he moved to Dallas where he received his  pediatric training at Parkland Hospital and Children’s Medical  Center. After one year of Internship and 2 years of Residency, he  was asked to serve an additional year as Pediatric Chief Resident,  teaching young residents and medical students and managing the  house staff of the hospital.

He has been in private practice since, spending one year at  Medical City, then 14 years in Richardson. He has been at his present location just north of Medical City since October 2000.

Dr. Karam is married to Mary Emma Ackels, and together they have 6 children, 5 girls and one boy- and is grandfather 3 (soon to be 4)!