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Dr. Amy Mullins, MD

Dr. Amy Mullins, MD

Age 47 Family Medicine F
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Dr. Amy Mullins, MD is a family medicine specialist in Whitehouse, TX. Dr. Mullins completed a residency at University Of Tx Health Center Tyler. She currently practices at CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic - Douglas. Dr. Mullins is board certified in Family Practice.


  1. CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic - Douglas

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      CHRISTUS Trinity Clinic - Douglas
      601 State Highway 110 N, Whitehouse, TX 75791 Existing Patients: (903) 606-4520


  • University Of Tx Health Center Tyler, Residency Hospital
  • University Of Texas Medical Branch At Galveston, Medical School

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