Dr. Diana Weihs has been in private practice since 1985.
Dr. Diana Weihs provided obstetrical and gynecological care at Women Partners in Health for more than 29 years, until January 2015. You may occasionally see her in the clinic if your doctor is out, or your prefer a visit at the south clinic. You might also see her at the hospital. She no longer provides obstetrical care to her own patients. Her philosophy of care emphasizes active patient participation, shared decision making, and empathetic, direct communication. She has been consistently rated a “Super Doctor” by Texas Monthly and as one of “Austin’s Best Doctors” by Austin Monthly.
She earned a BA in English Literature from Rice University in Houston in 1975, then went on to pursue medical training at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, graduating in 1981. She completed her training in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio in 1985. She was board-certified by the ABOG in 1988, and is a fellow of The American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology.
She has provided care for those less fortunate through Seton Community Clinics and Project Access for many years. She previously served as Chief of the Obstetrics and Gynecology section for Seton Medical Center and is an active staff member on several perinatal committees. She is also an active supporter of women’s rights. She and her husband, James Tai, MD have four adult children: Virginia, Walker, Margaret, and Ming. She is active in the greater Austin community through her involvement in charitable care through the Seton Kometsky system and her work for Planned Parenthood.
Her professional affiliations include membership in:
American Medical Women’s Association
American College of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Texas Medical Association and Foundation
Texas Association of OB/GYNs
Travis County Medical Society
Austin OB/GYN Society
Meet Dr. Diana Weihs