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Susan Easley, MD
Assistant Professor
Departments: Community Based Clinics
Specialties: Family Medicine
Languages: English
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Susan Easley, MD is board certified in Family Medicine by the American Academy of Family Practice. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Biology at Missouri State University graduating summa cum laude in the Honors College; and received her Doctorate of Medicine from the University of Missouri – Columbia.

Dr. Easley completed two years of her Family Medicine residency at the University of Missouri, Columbia and finished her residency in Family Medicine at the University of Maryland. Upon completion of her residency she practiced for 10 years with Maryland Primary Care Physicians until moving to Texas with her family this year.

Dr. Easley enjoys treating the entire family and looks forward to becoming part of the League City community. Dr Easley is a member of the American Academy of Family Practice and the Texas Academy of Family Practice.

Medical/Professional School:

University of Missouri - Columbia, MO, MD, 1998

Residencies:

Family and Community Medicine, University of Missouri- Columbia, MO, 1999

Family and Community Medicine, University of Maryland - Baltimore, MD, 2001

Internships:

Family Medicine, University of Missouri - Columbia, MO, 1999

UTMB Health Pediatric and Adult Primary Care - League City
6465 South Shore Boulevard #500
League City, TX 77573
Fax: (281) 538-3936

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Outstanding doctor.Jun 24 2016
Dr Easley is a fantastic docJun 17 2016
She responses by comments on my UTMB Health on my resent blood tests. Tells me what they mean & how I should continueJun 13 2016
Liked how they tried to gently discuss the issue I brought in as I am sure they were not confident in how I would react to the possible diagnosis. I reassured them that I was not worried and would not freak out at the possibilities particularly without a confirmation.May 3 2016
all experiences have been excellent....Mar 28 2016
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