North Texas Family Medicine

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(940) 686-0860 Pilot Point, Texas

(940) 668-6836 Lake Kiowa Texas

Our Staff

Lisa Houk, FNP-BC

Lisa Houk
FNP-BC

Lisa Houk is a nationally Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner. She owns and lovingly serves 12,000 plus patients from our two clinics of North Texas Family Medicine located in Pilot Point and Lake Kiowa, Texas. In her 16 years of practice, she has written numerous articles in 5 local area magazines. She has given many speeches in the area as well. She also is a Certified Health Coach with Take Shape for Life and serves clients throughout the United States when she is not at the clinics.

She has a wonderfully supportive husband, Jay, who is involved in the community as a school board member, coach for 5th & 6th grade Girls basketball and High School summer league basketball; and President of the Athletic Booster Club. Lisa's Senior son, Samuel, is extremely intelligent and involved in every sport, UIL, and band. He is in line for Valedictorian. Sam plans to attend Oklahoma State University in the fall of 2016 with a degree plan for Aeronautical Engineering. Lisa's 6th grade daughter, Katelin, is certified in CPR and First Aid and is a responsible babysitter for hire. She enjoys basketball and loving on her sister. Lisa's 4 year old "miracle baby", Raelin, affectionally known as "Rae Rae" is the "joy" of the family. Family members also include Great Dane, Boomer, and Beagle, Sooner. (Guess which college, they endorse besides OSU?)

Lisa was born in Richardson, Texas. She grew up from 7 to 18 years of age in Stuttgart, Germany where her father pastored the International Baptist Church of Stuttgart encompassing 30 various nationalities. Lisa graduated from Hardin-Simmons of Abilene with her Bachelors of Science degree in Nursing in May 1994 and with her Masters of Science in Nursing as a Family Nurse Practitioner in December 1999.

Lisa enjoys most importantly following Jesus Christ's example of loving her family, patients, clients, and friends. She appreciates when others give grace and not judge as she strives to do so in return. Lisa teaches Sunday School at her local church of Temple Baptist Gainesville for 5th grade, serves in Choir specials, church plays, and is on the Personnel Committee. She loves being with her extended family of both her parents and in-laws of Lake Kiowa. Her personal joys further include riding bikes with her Lake Kiowa group weekly, jogging, snow-skiing, organizing, crafts, knitting, crocheting, reading, and Essential oils. Her personal goal is to write a book related to hormonal health.

Lisa Houk, FNP-BC proudly serves you! Come see us!!

Meghan Fomby, FNP-C

Meghan Fomby
FNP-C

Meghan Fomby is a Family Nurse Practitioner who has been with North Texas Family Medicine since April 2014. She was raised in Whitesboro and then attended Texas Christian University, where she received her bachelor's degree in nursing. She worked as a bedside nurse in a medical ICU for 4 years at Baylor Dallas and attended graduate school at Texas Woman's University. After obtaining her Nurse Practitioner degree, she began working with NTFM. She currently resides in Whitesboro with her husband, Russell, and their 3 dogs Otis, Ruby, and Franklin.

Medical Care

At North Texas Family Medicine LT, we work one-on-one with you to meet your medical needs.
Our medical office offers a number of minor emergency services, including X-rays, bone fracture treatments, open wound treatments, and stitches.
We’re currently accepting new patients, so contact us. Walk-ins are welcome!

Your Source for Family Medicine

A Nurse Practitioner (NP) is a registered nurse who has an advanced degree in the assessment, diagnosis and treatment of patients. NPs have national certification in their area of expertise. They specialize in areas such as pediatrics, geriatrics, family and women's health. In a clinical setting, NPs perform physical examinations, treat patients for acute and chronic illnesses and prescribe medications as needed. All NPs specialize in preventive care, teaching patients about their conditions and how to stay healthier. They can serve as Primary Care Providers (PCP) for healthy and ill children and adults and their fees are covered by most private, Medicare and Medicaid health insurances.