Kelsey-Seybold Clinic is committed to hire Veteran Physicians.
In addition to traditional military physician specialties like oncology, endocrinology, internal medicine, family medicine, and infectious diseases, practicing at Kelsey-Seybold Clinic can provide veterans the opportunity to pursue non-traditional subspecialties, like neurology, surgical oncology, and pediatric surgery.
At Kelsey-Seybold Clinic, we are honored to include talented and caring veterans as a part of our team. Each one has bravely served our country and now serve our patients with empathy and care. Get to know our veteran physicians and learn more about their service and specialties.
Our veteran caregivers are proof that the transition from a career in military medicine to civilian medicine can be an enriching and highly rewarding experience and can provide unlimited opportunities for growth in veterans’ medical jobs.
Patrick Carter, MD, MBA, F.A.A.F.P.
Medical Director for Care Coordination and Quality Improvement and Chief of Family Medicine
Dr. Carter served as a Family Medicine Chief in the Army before joining the Kelsey-Seybold Clinic. He is a family medicine doctor with a specialty in geriatrics. His advice to physicians: “A long term doctor-patient relationship is the best way to give medical care.”
James Hoyle, M.D., F.A.A.P., F.S.A.H.M.
Medical Director of Clinical Operations
Dr. Hoyle has been a part of our Kelsey-Seybold practice since 1978, following a military commitment in the U.S. Air Force Strategic Air Command. He specializes in adolescent medicine and shares this advice, “If we are there to assist them with a successful transition from childhood to adulthood, we need to try to understand them…help them understand themselves.”
STEFFANIE CAMPBELL, MD, FACP
Associate Chief of Internal Medicine
Dr. Campbell served in the U.S. Air Force before joining our team of physicians at Kelsey-Seybold. She specializes in women’s health as an internist. “I consider my patients [to be] family members. We engage in shared decision-making.”
Amy Lothian, MD
Dr. Lothian served as a Major in the U.S. Air Force and joined Kelsey-Seybold as an Internist with a clinical interest in caring for young adult and adolescent patients with ongoing congenital pediatric conditions. Dr. Lothian advises, “When you’re an internist and pediatrician, you can provide care to the entire family.”