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Lufkin Welcomes New OB/GYN Physician

Lufkin Welcomes New OB/GYN Physician

Memorial Medical Center—Lufkin welcomes the area’s newest obstetrician and gynecologist, Dr. Carolyn Moyers.  

A native Texan, Dr. Moyers earned an undergraduate degree at Texas Women’s University.  She then received a Master of Science in Clinical Research and Education and her Doctorate of Osteopathic Medicine from the University of North Texas Health Science Center/Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine.  Her post graduate medical training in obstetrics and gynecology was later completed at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. 

“It has been more than 10 years since we welcomed a new obstetrical and gynecological physician to Lufkin,” said Bryant Krenek, President & CEO of Memorial Health System of East Texas.  “There is a growing need in our market for these specialized physicians.  Dr. Moyers will be a tremendous asset to our medical staff and to the patients she serves.”

Dr. Moyers is now accepting new patients.  Most insurance, Medicare and Medicaid are accepted in her practice, which is located at 401 Gaslight Blvd. in Lufkin.  To learn more about Dr. Moyers, visit www.memorialhealth.org and click on “Find a Physician” or call 936-639-4463.

About Memorial Health System of East Texas

As the largest health care system in the deep East Texas area, Memorial Health System of East Texas is a private, not-for-profit hospital that provides care to almost a quarter of a million patients each year.  Since its inception in 1949, Memorial Health System has paved the way for quality, innovative health care in East Texas.  In fact, Memorial consistently ranks among the nations best for exceptional health care and patient satisfaction. 

Memorial Health System of East Texas is comprised of four hospitals—Memorial Medical Center—Lufkin, Memorial Medical Center—Livingston, Memorial Medical Center—San Augustine, and Memorial Specialty Hospital, the only rural long-term acute care facility within the area.  Memorial offers a wide array of services, including the newly renovated Arthur Temple, Sr. Regional Cancer Center, which has earned a three-year seal of approval with commendation from the Commission on Cancer.  Additionally, Memorial is a regional cardiac care center affiliated with the Methodist-DeBakey Heart Center in Houston.  The hospital also is known for providing the area’s only comprehensive diabetes center—The Horace C. Polk Regional Diabetes Center.  Other centers of excellence include the Temple Imaging Center that offers some of the most advanced procedures in the area, including PET/CT scanning for cancer and Alzheimer’s, 64 Slice CT scanning, Open Bore MRI, 4D Ultrasound, and digital mammography. Other specialty areas include Orthopedic care, Women’s Services, Inpatient and Outpatient Rehabilitation, Homecare, Wound and Hyperbaric Therapy, Kidney & Diabetes Treatment, Sleep Disorders Treatment, and Express Lab. Memorial Health System of East Texas—founded and funded by the people it serves. 

Posted August 30, 2010