Doctor Jonathan Maxham is a board-certified internist who has been practicing since 2009. He graduated from Kansas City Medical School and completed his residency at Wright State University in Ohio. Doctor Maxham is a South Carolina native and was transplanted to Nevada by the United States Air Force.During his military career, he deployed to Afghanistan where he received the Army commendation medal. After deployment, he was stationed at Nellis AFB where he treated thousands of geriatric patients and became proficient in the management of diabetes and weight loss, high blood pressure, and diagnosing sleep apnea. Doctor Maxham utilizes western medicine with a more individualized holistic approach highlighting prevention as well as the use of pharmacology and pharmacokinetics. He believes fostering physician-patient relationships is the cornerstone and core to medical well-being. After separating as a Major in the USAF, he relocated to Atlanta, Georgia where he was consistently rated with the highest HCAHPS score among his peers. Doctor Maxham returned to Nevada after marrying his wife who is a nurse and a veteran and has since settled in Henderson where they raise their daughter, Siberian Husky, and a cantankerous orange tabby who has been with him since med school. Outside of medicine, he enjoys golfing, smoking ribs, and taking his wife on dates in that order.
Originally from Nigeria, Dr. Hamza completed her MBBS from the School of Medicine, the University of Benin. After working as a House Physician at Ahmadu Bello University Teaching Hospital, she moved to the United States where her propensity for teaching medicine led to many tutoring positions at Michigan State University. Having relocated to Nevada in 2002, Dr. Hamza has since worked as an independent Hospitalist and Physician, bringing her vast knowledge and talents to patients all over Las Vegas joining Reliant Physicians in 2019. Driven by a divine understanding of the human condition, Dr. Hamza aims to bridge the gaps in healthcare by prioritizing the well-being of the underserved members of our community.