Reliable MD


Our Physicans
Dr Victor Deloach
Reliable MD Doctor

Start With a Physical Examination!

Dr. Victor Deloach has been practicing medicine since 1987 with a concentration in family medicine for the past ten years and practicing medicine since 1987. He attended Louisiana State University for his undergraduate work, Wright State in Dayton, Ohio for his medical degree, and his internship at Tulane University Charity Hospital. He is board-certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology, and General Medicine.


Dr. Deloach knew he wanted to be a doctor since he was a teenager.  In his teen years, he hurt his knee, which led to an eventual knee replacement. His experience with medical professionals caring for others led to his passion wanting to help others and become a doctor.


He enjoys spending time with his family, his wife, two children, grandchildren, and his many animals in his free time. Dr. Deloach loves landscape photography and travel and is a lifelong learner who loves to read.

Reliable MD
Mission Statement

At Reliable MD we are community health specialists, comprised of a team that is focused on providing the latest advancements in health medicine. Preventive health services such as vaccinations, ailment, and injury assessments help individuals grow within the community.


Reliable MD’s approach is to first assess a patient’s health through a thorough physical examination. We have found that the results of this method typically unveil any past or current issues that may have been neglected. Starting off with a physical examination of your health is a natural approach that allows our team to review your vaccinations, current ailments or injuries, and medical prescriptions as well.



It is our goal to properly diagnose when and how health conditions start and see if they can be cured or controlled through natural health and/or a fitness regimen based on your needs and ability before using prescription medication. This philosophy provides a whole health solution and limits the amount of prescription medication being required to that which is only truly essential.