Houston, we have a problem! A good problem, that is.
Married to Medicine is bringing the drama to H-Town, the mecca of the medical world. If you thought the Atlanta ladies could bring it, this new franchise will kick their boots up a notch beginning Friday, November 11 on Bravo with two back-to-back episodes.
The world of medicine can be stressful, add to that managing their lives beyond the hospital doors and into the Houston social scene. Meet the new cast of work hard, play hard ladies in Married to Medicine Houston who want success in everything they do.
Rachel Suliburk is said to be a sassy Southern belle who’s married to surgeon Dr. James Suliburk. She’s working toward becoming a nurse, while also making her mark on the Houston charity circuit. In the first episode she’s involved in drama with veteran philanthropist Cindi Rose (whose daughter, Erica Rose, was a contestant on The Bachelor and Bachelor Pad).
Next up is plastic surgeon, Erika Sato, who is having problems at home adjusting to being a new wife and figuring out if she wants to start a family just yet. And if that weren’t enough complications, she encounters issues after bringing Cindi and Rachel together.
The other cast mates are Monica Patel, who is hoping to get married and have children in the near future. Ashandra “Shan” Batiste, a dental surgeon who is madly in love with her husband and raising their 3-year-old son and her 10-year-old daughter. And Elly Pourasef, who is a fun loving audiologist, who knows how to have a good time, but also focused on having a thriving career.
Check out the super tease above and don’t miss the premiere of Married to Medicine Houston on Friday, November 11 at 9:00 pm ET.
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