Michelle Cordoba Kissee

Michelle Cordoba-Kissee, MD



Dr. Michelle Cordoba Kissee (she/her) is board certified in internal medicine, with specialty certifications in endocrinology, diabetes, and metabolism and obesity medicine. She is fluent in English and Spanish. 

She is currently the Program Director for the Internal Medicine Residency program at DHR Health and sees patients for obesity management as well as gender affirming hormone therapy.   

Dr. Cordoba Kissee completed her undergraduate degrees in Biology, Spanish and Zoology with comprehensive honors at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, where she also attended medical school. She completed her residency training in internal medicine and a fellowship in endocrinology at the University of Arizona.  She enjoys spending time with her husband, daughter and 2 sons at the beach and has a professional interest in addressing medical disparities. 

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DHR Health Bariatric and Metabolic Institute
5500 Raphael Drive
Edinburg, TX 78539
(956) 362-5673
(956) 362-2038


DHR Health Specialty Clinic (Brownsville)
4770 N. Expressway 77-83
Suite 303
Brownsville, TX 78526
(956) 362-3715
(956) 362-3716

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What our patients are saying


Great clinic. Great service. Great physician Michelle Cordoba provides a very professional kind service. Thank you for everything you do for us.

DHR Health Patient Aug 12, 2020


AskDHR • How Do I Know if I Have Diabetes?

Early intervention with diabetes is key to preventing further complications and side effects. Learn the signs and symptoms of diabetes from DHR Health endocrinologist Dr. Cordoba Kissee.

AskDHR • Can Weight Loss Surgery Cure Diabetes?

Are you considering a gastric bypass or gastric sleeve? Many patients undergo weight loss surgery to help in the treatment of their diabetes. Learn more about the results of this procedure with our latest AskDHR with DHR Health Endocrinologist Dr. Cordoba Kissee.

AskDHR • What Happens if Diabetes is Left Untreated?

Have you been delaying treatment for your Type 2 Diabetes? Learn the risks of doing so from DHR Health Endocrinologist Dr. Cordoba Kissee in our latest AskDHR video.