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During an academic and professional career spanning 22 years, Dr. Robert Zayas has achieved much, including founding Internet Medical Clinics, a service that combines medical offices with telemedicine technology. Today, Dr. Robert Zayas continues to play an integral role in the day-to-day operations of Internet Medical Clinics and enjoys giving back to his community through charitable efforts in his spare time. Dr. Robert Zayas attended Harvard University as an undergraduate, receiving his Bachelor’s degree in Chemistry and graduating cum laude from the Ivy League institution. After earning his B.A., Robert Zayas attended The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, where he completed a degree in medicine. In 2002, Dr. Robert Zayas established Internet Medical Clinics in Houston, Texas. Dr. Robert Zayas oversees all aspects of the Internet Medical Clinics practice, including family medicine, weight management, and smoking cessation services. Dr. Robert Zayas is a pioneer in telemedicine, an emerging field of health care in which medical information is dispensed through interactive audiovisual media, such as patients’ home computers. 

At Dr. Robert Zayas’ Internet Medical Clinics, patients can choose to consult in-person with a physician at traditional offices located throughout Texas, or contact doctors from home, office, or travel destinations using Dr. Robert Zayas’ Virtual Healthcare Delivery System (VHDS). Each of Dr. Robert Zayas’ Internet Medical Clinics employs a primary physician, along with one or more qualified health care providers who practice virtual medicine. Dr. Robert Zayas’ virtual technology gives patients the versatility to contact physicians when, where, and however they desire, for help with a wide range of medical issues. Learn more at 

Work experience

Apr 2002Present


Internet Medical Clinics

Responsible for the day to day operations- both in and executive capacity and in a clinical capacity.



Johns Hopkins University Medical School
Sep 1988May 1992


Harvard Universtiy