Raised in Dallas, Dr. Cox received his BA in Biology from Rice University then graduated from University of Texas at Houston Medical School. After completing his internship and residency, he served on the faculty of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. His wife, Linda, and his two children operate a farm near the practice with a horse, goats, bees, turtles and a cat. Dr. Cox has volunteered at the Volunteer Healthcare Clinic since 1996, is very active at his Methodist church singing in the choir and helps lead Boy Scout Troop 61 in Oak Hill. When he’s not cutting cedar trees, he kayaks, swims or hikes.
Dr. Ashley Stiegler (2001)
Dr. Stiegler is originally from Texas, but spent three years doing her residency in Modesto, CA after Medical School at UT Southwestern in Dallas. She and her husband Steven have one son. She enjoys yoga, reading, dancing, spending time outdoors and with friends and family. She has volunteered at the Volunteer Clinic of Austin since 2001.
Dr. Michael Russell (2012)
Dr. Russell moved to Austin in 1996 to pursue, and eventually marry, his middle school sweetheart, Jennifer. He was a singer/songwriter who attended ACC before earning his BA in Biology from the University of Texas, graduating with Summa Cum Laude honors. After graduation, he worked for the American Cancer Society, where he realized his love for caring and ministering to those in need. He attended Medical School at the University of North Texas in Fort Worth. His family then moved back to Austin as quickly as they could for residency at the UT Southwestern Family Medicine program, and to raise their four beautiful children. In addition to practicing traditional medicine, his Osteopathic training provides expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of musculoskeletal ailments and allows for evolving exploration of evidence-based, alternative treatment modalities in his efforts to provide comprehensive, holistic care for patients. His greatest joys include time with his family at home, hiking on the greenbelt, rock climbing, making music and being active in his church community.
Dr. Sangita Rahman (2007)
Sangita Rahman, MD went to medical school in Miami, FL, and trained in Conroe, TX. After residency, she worked in a private practice outside of Dallas for almost 5 years before moving to Austin with her husband. She has worked part-time here since November 2007. She enjoys spending time with her family and friends and feels very lucky to be living in such a great city.
Jeri Belyea, P.A.-C. (2008)
Mrs. Belyea is a native Texan who graduated from UTMB Galveston in 2000. She moved to Austin with her husband and sons in June 2008 from Lake Jackson, TX where she worked in both Family and Internal Medicine.
Pauline Martin, F.N.P.-C. (1995)
Pauline Martin received her Bachelor of Arts degree in German and her Bachelor of Science Degree in Nursing from the University of Texas at Austin. She worked as a nurse in Labor and Delivery and then went on to expand her knowledge and training by completing her Family Nurse Practitioner certification at Georgia Southern College in 1986. She has worked in a variety of settings taking care of patients of all age groups. She continues to keep current by attending conferences and serving as a preceptor for Nurse Practitioner students. Pauline enjoys running, horseback riding, scuba diving, and traveling in her spare time. She speaks excellent Spanish and rusty French and German.