HOUSTON (September 3, 2013) – Family medicine physicians Megan Belcher, D.O., and Angela Chen, M.D., have joined Memorial Hermann Medical Group (MHMG) MemorialCity.
Dr. Belcher received her undergraduate degree in biochemistry from TexasTechUniversity and her medical degree from the University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth. She completed her residency with the Memorial Family Medicine Residency Program in SugarLand. Among the many conditions she treats, her special interests include preventive care and in-office procedures such as skin tag removals and joint injections. Dr. Belcher speaks medical Spanish.
Dr. Chen received her undergraduate degree from Rice University and her medical degree from Texas A&M University. She completed a general surgery internship at St. John’s Hospital in Detroit, and completed her family medicine residency at Memorial Family Medicine Residency Program in SugarLand. Dr. Chen is fluent in Spanish.
Both Dr. Belcher and Dr. Chen are seeing patients on the campus of MemorialHermannMemorialCity in Medical Plaza 3, 915 Gessner, Suite 100. They can be reached at 713.242.2222. The MHMG Memorial City practice also includes internal medicine physicians Ernest Bartimmo, Thomas Stasicha and Anil Thaker, and internal medicine/pediatric physicians Bryan Patterson and Laura Whiteley.
About Memorial Hermann Medical Group
An affiliate of Memorial Hermann, one of the most respected health systems in the nation, Memorial Hermann Medical Group was established in 2006. Memorial Hermann Medical Group brings together many of Houston’s leading physicians under one umbrella organization. The individual and group practices that comprise Memorial Hermann Medical Group represent primary care physicians and specialists who share a common vision – to provide the highest level of quality care to their patients. Memorial Hermann Medical Group provides members with business services such as billing, collections, insurance reimbursement contracts, medical records maintenance and information technology, allowing physicians to spend more time providing exceptional patient care. The Group is governed by a physician board.