ABOUT THE PRACTICE

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The goal of the practice is to provide high quality outpatient healthcare to help you and your family enjoy life to its fullest.  With a strong focus on prevention, this practice strives to avoid the development of medical problems and to resolve or minimize the impact of conditions which develop.  We seek to do this in a relaxed and comfortable setting where you will spend your valuable time with Dr. Gates or Kristin rather than in the waiting room.   We see all ages and care for multiple generations of many families.

 

As your medical home, most issues can be addressed by caregivers familiar with your history.  Dr. Gates can coordinate care with other providers and facilities as your advocate to prevent unnecessary tests and help make sure you are getting the right care.  When referral to a specialist is necessary, the best care option is always sought in terms of qualification, communication and bedside manner.  We care for adults and children in the outpatient setting.  Should admission to a hospital be required, a doctor specializing in hospital care will supervise your care during that time.

Our Providers
W. Brad Gates, MD
Dr. Gates graduated from Baylor University before attending UT Southwestern Medical School in Dallas, Texas.  He received training at Duke University Medical Center Family Practice Residency Program and UT Southwestern Family Practice Residency Program in Wichita Falls, TX.  He has been practicing in Plano since1999 and has received Board Certification/Recertification in 1999, 2005, and 2012.  He and his wife Sherri attend Prestonwood Baptist Church and have three wonderful daughters who have grown up very quickly.
Kristin Kim, FNP-C

Kristin graduated from Plano Senior High School before attending The University of Texas at Austin where she received a degree in math and education.  Upon graduation, she returned to Plano to teach 5th grade before starting nursing school at Texas Woman's University.  Kristin was a Mother/Baby nurse at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas when she started her Family Nurse Practitioner Program at TWU.  She spent two semesters learning from Dr. Gates during her training.  On her days off, Kristin enjoys running, serving at Stonebriar Community Church, planning her next Disney vacation and spending time with her husband and very active three boys.