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ALL CLASSES CANCELLED UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE
We are taking preventative measures and watching closely as to the status of COVID-19.
Out of caution and for the protection you and our staff we have decided to cancel all CPR + First Aid classes until further notice. Please check back periodically for updates on class re-instatement.
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Meet Our Doctors
SUSAN FRENZEL, M.D.
Dr. Frenzel is a native Houstonian and enjoys practicing in a free-standing ER because of the personalized care she can give to each patient. She went to medical school at McGovern Medical School and completed her residency at the McGovern Emergency Medicine Residency Program. She enjoys trying new restaurants, going to museums and attending sporting events with family. The Astros, Rice Owls Baseball and Cougar Basketball are among some of her favorites.
TERRY J. LETSINGER, M.D., F.A.C.E.P.
As an athlete himself, Dr. Letsinger is a favorite among our high school and college students. While musculoskeletal and long bone injuries are his bread and butter given his extensive knowledge of human anatomy, having trained at both the University of Cincinnati and Scott and White, there is nothing he can’t diagnose and treat. A great doctor with a great talent in caring for patients and their families with the compassion and warmth you’d expect from a big teddy bear like him.
ANDREW S. BUTLER, M.D. MEDICAL DIRECTOR
Dr. Butler trained at University of Cincinnati’s prestigious emergency medicine residency program and with almost a decade of experience as a practicing ER board-certified doctor, Dr. Butler is fully prepared to handle anything that comes through our doors. His friendly smile and gentle demeanor put every patient completely at ease.
RICK G. LORENTZ, M.D.
Always steady as a rock, there is no emergency situation that rattles Dr. Lorentz. His straight to business, no-nonsense clinical style and friendly bedside manner match his abilities to keep a calm and level head during the chaos of the emergency room. With tens of thousands of hours in the ER and a background in trauma surgery, Dr. Lorentz’s vast clinical skills are a valuable asset to America’s ER.
For children or the young at heart, our Magnolia & Woodlands location features a soothing underwater themed pediatric room featuring our friendly ER octopus named Bubbles.
Latest from our blog
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Everyone is tired of the confinement that has slowed the spread of Covid-19, but some people have it tougher than others. This group of people are America’s Veterans of war. Especially those suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder. This already under-served segment of our society has unique needs that are difficult to address during the pandemic.
The frontline of the “war of 2019-2020” is being waged in hospitals and emergency rooms all around our country. Rumors abound about the novel coronavirus, which has been named Covid-19. It’s important to have accurate, up-to-date information so that you can navigate this unprecedented situation. Never before in history has the entire world effectively and voluntarily shut down to the extent it has this year. Yet nothing in history has killed more people than infectious disease. That the world was not prepared for this new virus has become evident, even though scientists across the globe knew we were due for a pandemic.
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