Dr. Nguyen and her team are committed to taking care of you and your family with compassion, respect, and care they would give their own family. Each of our providers practice full scope family medicine and bring unique experience and expertise to our practice.




Dr. Nguyen is a Board Certified Family Medicine physician who has practiced in Montgomery County, Texas for the last seven years. Her practice serves patients from Conroe, Willis, Montgomery, New Waverly, Spring, The Woodlands, and Magnolia, Texas. Her patients come from Montgomery county, Walker county, and Harris county.

Board Certified Family Medicine Physician ACLS/PALS Certified

July 2002-June, 2004

Family Medicine Residency

University of Oklahoma

Oklahoma City, OK 73014

Graduation June 30, 2004

July 2001-June 2002

Family Medicine Internship

University of Maryland

Baltimore, MD 21201

August 1997-June 2001

University of Oklahoma School of Medicine

Oklahoma City, OK 73104

Degree: M.D., June 3, 2001

September 1994-May 1996

University of Oklahoma College of Engineering

School of Civil Engineering and Environmental Science

Norman, OK

Degree: M.S. May 1996

Thesis: Reconstruction of the primary productivity history of Lake Henryetta, Oklahoma using carbon-13 isotope

September 1990-May 1994

University of Oklahoma College of Engineering

School of Civil Engineering and Environmental Science

Norman, OK

Degree :B.S. May 1994 with High Distinctions

Chief Resident-Family Medicine, 2003-2004

National Ped Infectious Disease Annual Conference and Travel Award, 2004

International Medicine Travel Scholarship to Kenya, 2000

University Scholar, 1992-1994

Undergraduate Research Opportunity Grant Recipient, 1994

Minority Leadership Program participant, 1991-1992



Casey Chisum is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. She graduated from The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree in 2015. Casey then worked as a nurse in both cardiac and pediatric critical care settings. She received her Master of Science in Nursing degree from Texas A&M in 2019. She looks forward to meeting all of your healthcare needs.

Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

Masters of Science in Nursing—Family Nurse Practitioner


The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UT Health) School of Nursing, Houston, TX

Bachelors of Science in Nursing


Stephen F. Austin State University, Nacogdoches, TX

Nursing Prerequisite Courses



Advanced Practice Registered Nurse Licensure- With Prescriptive Authority, Texas Board of Nursing— Current through 5/31/2021

American Academy of Nurse Practitioners Certification Board, FNP-C, Certification Number F11190638

American Heart Association ACLS, attained October 2015 American Heart Association PALS, attained January 2017

American Heart Association BLS, renewed July 2019 Certified Pediatric Nurse, attained January 2018

NIHSS Certification, attained August 2015

Registered Nurse, Texas Board of Nursing, renewed May 2019; License Number 883143

Texas Children's Hospital—The Woodlands, TX

Pediatric Intensive Care Unit Registered Nurse


  • Manage the care of critically ill and complex patient
  • Collaborate with family and the interdisciplinary team to ensure best possible patient outcomes.
  • Provide support to staff hospital wide, functioning as a resource and vascular access nurse.
  • Frequently floated to staff NICU as needed.

Memorial Hermann Hospital—The Woodlands, TX

Pediatric Acute Care Registered Nurse

05/2020- Present

  • Provide care to pediatric acute care patients and families received through the emergency center, or outpatient coordination for direct
  • Collaborate with the medical team to ensure the best possible care coordination and outcomes for
  • Frequently work in the NICU as needs

Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital Texas Medical Center—Houston, TX

Children's Special Care Unit Registered Nurse


  • Provide patient and family centered
  • Communicate within the healthcare team to provide best possible patient
  • Work to improve practice through participation in both staff and unit based
  • Frequently floated to staff NICU as needed.

Conroe Regional Medical Center—Conroe, TX

Intermediate Care Unit Registered Nurse


  • Advocate for patient centered health management.
  • Demonstrate proficiency in clinical skills and patient care.
  • Consistently communicate within the interdisciplinary team to ensure quality patient care and best possible outcomes.


Summer 2018 Semester

  • 135 hours completed in Primary Care
  • Liberty Medical Surgical Clinic
  • Preceptor Holly Benson, MSN, FNP-C
  • 3 8-hour shifts weekly
  • 2 shifts were observed or shared and learning and learning the EMR system.
  • All remaining shifts, I visited each patient independently, made a diagnosis and treatment plan and presented it to my preceptor. My preceptor and I would then go and see the patient together, and discuss the plan of care, management, and treatment options. I completed all charting and coding independently. I wrote and sent prescriptions under supervision from my preceptor.

Fall 2018 Semester

  • 64 hours of Pediatric Care
    • Preceptor Dr. Andreas Nikolaidis
  • 40 hours of Women's Health
    • Preceptor Dr. Martha Hare, FNP-C
    • Preceptor Dr. Kara Schubart, FNP-C
  • 25 hours of Obstetrics
    • Preceptor Dr. Robin Page, WHNP
    • Preceptor Shelly White-Corey, MSN, WHNP
  • 137 clinical hours total
  • 3 8-hour shifts weekly
  • One shift observing and shared in each specialty, then seeing patients independently prior to my preceptor seeing them. I presented the assessment, diagnosis, and plan to my preceptor and then we together presented the plan and treatments moving forward to the patient.

Spring 2019 Semester

  • 144 hours in Urgent Care
  • Preceptor Kimberly Byrum, FNP-BC
  • 2 12-hour shifts weekly
  • Shadowed my preceptor for the first few patients, then saw patients independently. I assessed the patient, made a diagnosis, and developed a plan of care with them. I then presented my findings and plan to my preceptor. I would write prescriptions independently, my preceptor would check them and I sent them to pharmacy under direct supervision of my preceptor.

Summer 2019 Semester

  • 184 hours in Primary Care
  • Liberty Medical Surgical Clinic
  • Preceptor Holly Benson, MSN, FNP-C
  • 3-4 8-hour shifts weekly
  • Worked with the same preceptor from Summer 2018 semester. I independently assessed patients, made diagnoses with differentials, developed a plan with the patient, and wrote prescriptions. I presented my assessment, plan, diagnosis, and prescriptions to my preceptor. We would go and visit with the patient together and I would send the prescriptions under supervision.


Texas Children's Hospital—The Woodlands

Central Line-Associated Blood Stream Infection Champion and Resource Nurse

Pediatric Intensive Care Unit—Charge Nurse

Pediatric Intensive Care Unit—Team Lead

Children's Memorial Hermann Hospital—Texas Medical Center

Pediatric Intensive Care Unit—Quality Practice Council Member

Children's Special Care—Unit Based Council Member


Preceptor and Resource Nurse for onboarding staff, Texas Children's Hospital—The Woodlands

Preceptor for training Charge Nurse Staff, Texas Children's Hospital—The Woodlands


UT Health School of Nursing Student Government Organization, Member, 01/2014-05/2015

UT Student Nurses' Association (UTSNA), Member, 01/2014-05/2015


American Association of Nurse Practitioners, Student Member since 08/2017

Houston Area Nurse Practitioners, Student Member since 08/2017

Texas Nurse Practitioners, Student Member since 08/2017


Human Trafficking Collaboration Conference, 08/2018

Texas Nurse Practitioners, Entry Into Practice Conference, 05/2019

Texas Nurse Practitioners, Primary Care and Pharmacology Update, 04/2018


Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, Volunteer, 2012-2016

Rescued Pets Movement, Volunteer, 2005-2013

Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure, Volunteer and Participant, 2003-2015

The Woodlands Church, Small World Class Shepard, Volunteer, 2003-2015

Zeta Tau Alpha, Breast Cancer Awareness Programs and Fundraising, 2011-2012


Ultrasound Guided IV Placement and Vascular Access, Certified 10/2017

Michelle Hobbs, APRN, FNP


Michelle Hobbs is a board-certified family nurse practitioner. She graduated from the University of Mary Hardin Baylor with masters of science, Family Nurse Practitioner in August of 2014. She is happily married with two children and lives in Montgomery. She looks forward to meeting all of your healthcare needs.

  • Masters of Science, Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP) University of Mary Hardin Baylor, graduated in August 2014
  • Bachelors of Science, Nursing University of Texas in Arlington, graduated in May 2012
  • Associates of Nursing, Registered Nurse (RN)/Licensed Vocational Nurse (LVN) McLennan Community College, RN 2006, LVN 2005

September 2021 to presents
FNP, Dr. Trang Nguyen - Conroe Texas

  • Preforms history and physicals, orders diagnostic labs/imaging, and makes treatment plans. Manages acute illnesses, such as UTIs or sinusitis, and chronic diseases, such as diabetes or hypothyroidism. Directs patients towards goals and refers to appropriate specialists as indicated.
September 2014- January 2020.
Diabetes and Endocrinology Center – Waco, Texas

  • Worked as a FNP that diagnoses and treats various Endocrinology type disorders, including type 1 and 2 diabetes, thyroid disorders, pituitary disorders, as well as adrenal issues
  • Works with patients 18 years and older
Scott and White McLane Children's Hospital – Temple, Texas

  • Registered nurse in the PACU and pre-operative setting
  • Obtain history, examine, and interact with pediatric patients and their family members.
  • Skills include starting IVs, assist with anesthesia, manage airway systems, administer medications, patient education, and preparing patients for surgery as well as discharge patients based on their specialized needs.
Providence Hospital – Waco, Texas

  • Worked on a medical surgical floor, prominently for pediatrics.
  • Skills included starting IVs, managing airways (suctioning/nebulizer treatments), administering medications, time management, and managing care of pediatric patients that were ill.
Fish Pond Surgery Center – Waco, Texas

  • Worked in pre-operative services, the operating room, as well as the PACU (post- operative setting)
  • Skills include starting IVs, obtaining EKGs, administering medication, airway management (including breathing treatments, suctioning, removal of airways), as well as patient education
Mexia State Supported Living Center – Mexia, Texas

  • Began as a RN Case Manager and then progressed to a Campus RN - 2007-2010
  • Worked as an RN Case Manager on the medically fragile unit - duties included handling case load and patient care (Gtubes, trach care, IV infusions). Then I progressed to a Campus RN - duties include all medical/psychiatric emergencies on the entire campus (pediatrics to geriatrics) and supervision of agency nurses as well as all LVNs.
Millwood Hospital – Arlington, Texas

  • RN as the charge nurse in the Psychiatric Intensive Care Unit
  • Worked as a RN as the charge nurse of psychiatric intensive care unit (PICU) - duties included managing the unit and handled all emergencies.
North Richland Hills Hospital – North Richland Hills, Texas

  • RN on Medical/Surgical Floor
  • Worked PRN on their Medical/Surgical floor - duties included patient care, IV medications and transfusions, administer medications, etc
Providence Hospital – Waco, Texas

  • Began as a LVN and transferred as a RN while working at Providence
  • Worked as a LVN then RN on the medical/surgical/oncology floor - duties included patient care, IV medications and transfusions, administer medications, etc.
  • Then I transferred to become an Admission Nurse, I completed admissions throughout the entire hospital.


America Associates of Nurse Practitioners (AANP) and Texas Nurse Practitioners (TNP)




Bethany Manard is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner through the American Academy of Nurse Practitioners. She graduated from The University of Texas at Austin with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree in 2011, and then worked as a nurse in cardiac and critical care settings. She received her Master of Science in Nursing degree from The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. Bethany lives in north Houston with her husband and her dog, Bear. She enjoys playing the piano, traveling, watching live music, and spending time with her friends and family. She finds great joy in serving patients and their families.

Master of Science in Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner, 
University of Texas Health Science Center, Galveston, Houston, TX
Graduation: December 2015, GPA: 4.0/4.0

Master of Science in Nursing, Family Nurse Practitioner. Research concentration: Metformin-Induced Vitamin B12 Deficiency and Peripheral Neuropathy

Certified Family Nurse Practitioner, American Academy of Nurse Practitioners     January 2016

Certification Number: F0116444

Basic Life Support & First Aid
May 2015

American Heart Association

Family Nurse Practitioner, Conroe Family Doctor
February 2016-present

Supervising Physician: Dr. Trang Nguyen

  • Serving full-time as a family nurse practitioner in a primary care setting for patients of all ages.
  • Services provided include, but are not limited to, performing physical examinations, diagnosing and treating acute and chronic conditions, managing chronic disease, performing annual wellness and well-woman exams, and managing long-term anticoagulation

Family Nurse Practitioner Student, Specialty Practica
August 2014-December 2015

Family Practice: 360 total hours

  • Conroe Family Doctor, Conroe, TX: 240 hours

Preceptor: Dr. Trang Nguyen, M.D.

  • Dr. George Murillo, Tomball, TX: 120 hours

Preceptor: Dollie Husfeld, FNP-BC

        Obstetrics and Gynecology: 120 total hours

  • Ob/Gyn of Houston, Houston, TX: 120 hours

Preceptor: Dr. Tahseen Qadeer, M.D.

       Pediatrics: 120 total hours

  • Emmason Pediatric and Family Clinic, Houston, TX: 120 hours

Preceptor: Emmanuel Nwosuh, FNP-BC

Registered Nurse, Baylor St. Luke’s Medical Center, Houston, TX
August 2014-July 2015

Supplemental Staff nurse, Progressive Care Unit

  • Provided direct patient care to critically-ill patients with a nurse to patient ratio of 1:3

Registered Nurse, St. David’s Medical Center, Austin, TX
June 2011-August 2014

Staff Nurse & Charge nurse, Intermediate Care and Telemetry Units

  • Provided care to a wide range of patient populations while developing valuable critical thinking skills managing complex patient profiles



Lourdes Orellana is a Board Certified Physician Assistant. She graduated from Baylor University with a Bachelor of Science in 2002 and completed a Master of Physician Assistant Studies at UTMB-Galveston in 2007. She is happily married and lives in Houston with her husband. Her hobbies include traveling and spending time with her two chihuahuas. She looks forward to meeting all of your healthcare needs.

Master of Physician Assistant Studies  
University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX
Graduation: December 2007, GPA: 3.7/4.0

Master’s Project:  Diet, Exercise, and Behavioral Modification in decreasing BMI in obese children of South Texas

NCCPA Certification, ACLS certified, fluent in written and verbal Spanish

Bachelor of Science, Economics, Baylor University, Waco, TX, December 2002

Physician Assistant, Trang D. Nguyen, Conroe, TX
June 2010-present

Perform history and physicals, order diagnostic labs/imaging, develop treatment plans; perform routine pap smears and breast exams; manage chronic diseases such as diabetes and hypertension; educate patients on their diagnosis; refer to appropriate specialties as needed

Physician Assistant, Gynecologic Oncology of Houston/Texas Oncology, Houston, TX
June 2008-2010

Administered chemotherapy under the direction of physician, formulated dosing/mix chemotherapy for infusion, started IVs and/or access port-a-caths for chemotherapy infusion, patient education on treatment regimens/side effects of chemotherapy, screened incoming calls for physician, processed patient disability forms, saw patients independently in clinic when requested by supervisor, made hospital rounds on post-operative patients, assisted in surgery, provided genetic counseling/risk assessment to patients with hereditary cancer risks



Dedicated and compassionate Family Nurse Practitioner eager to launch a rewarding career in healthcare. Possess a genuine passion for providing comprehensive patient care and building strong relationships with individuals and families. Highly motivated to utilize evidence-based practices and critical thinking skills to deliver optimal healthcare outcomes. Seeking an opportunity to contribute to a dynamic healthcare team and make a positive impact on the well-being of patients across the lifespan. Wallet Card

  • University Of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
  • Houston, TX Masters of Science in Nursing January 2022-August 2023
  • Family Nurse Practitioner Program
  • Cumulative GPA: 3.7/4.0
  • Relevant Coursework: Advanced Pharmacology, Advanced Pathophysiology, Advanced Physical Exam/Differential Diagnosis, Family Nurse Practitioner I/II Didactic and Clinical, Diagnostic Test and Procedures
  • Relevant Clinical Work:
    • 180 hours of Pediatrics at Renu Garg, MD
    • 90 hours of OBGYN at Hany Ahmed, MD
    • 390 hours of Family Medicine
      • 150 hours at Conroe Family Clinic
      • 240 hours at Express Family Clinic-Spring
  • University Of Texas Health Science Center at Houston
  • Bachelors of Science in Nursing Houston, TX May 2019-August 2020

HCA Houston Healthcare Tomball Tomball, TX November 2020-Present
Registered Nurse, Intermediate Care Unit

  • Provided direct patient care to critical care patients, allowing for monitoring of the acutely and chronically ill person in order to ensure the best possible clinical outcome
  • Implement the Nursing Process to facilitate optimal patient care through detailed assessment, planning and execution of nursing skills
  • Manage acute illness in the presence of multiple comorbidities
  • Monitor and interpret telemetry and EKG results, reporting any abnormalities and/or changes to appropriate physicians and team members
  • Provide core measure education about everyday life adjustments such as nutrition, activity care and medications to patients and families with acute and/or chronic illnesses such as Stroke, Heart Failure, and/or Diabetes
  • Collaborate with patients/families, the nursing team, physicians, specialty services and ancillary service in order to provide a multi-modal approach to each patient's care plan, making appropriate adjustments to fit each patient's individual needs
  • Precepted new nurses, providing guidance on unit functions and individual roles, hospital policies and procedures and nursing best practices.
  • Oversaw work of nursing student technicians and externs to educate on proper procedures and how to prioritize care tasks.
  • Supported student educational and vocational planning to help each optimize learning strategies and reap long-term career benefits.
  • Contributed educational and clinical expertise to help optimize training courses and boost student learning


Texas Advanced Practice Registered Nurse License with Prescriptive Authority
September 2023-Present
American Association of Nurse Practitioners FNP Board Certification
June 2023-Present
National Institute of Health Stroke Scale (NIHSS) Certification
November 2022-Present
Basic Life Support (BLS) Certification
November 2022-Present
Advanced Life Support (ALS) Certification


Houston, TX July 2023-Present
Houston Area Nurse Practitioners Member of Organization
The Woodlands, TX October 2022-Present t
North Harris Montgomery Advanced Practice Nurse Society Member of Organization
June 2023-Present
National Institute of Health Stroke Scale (NIHSS) Certification
November 2022-Present
Basic Life Support (BLS) Certification
November 2022-Present
Advanced Life Support (ALS) Certification


Professional Skills
  • Expert in Effective Time Management
  • Expert in Fast Learner
  • Expert in Patient Advocacy
  • Expert in Strong Interpersonal Communication Skills
  • Experienced in Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
  • Experienced in Knowledgeable in Medical Terminology and Procedures
  • Technical Skills
  • Advanced in Microsoft Office Programs
  • Intermediate in eMD and eClinicalWorks
  • Languages
  • Native Speaker in Hindi, Gujarati, and Urdu