Lesley Park, MD, a native of San Antonio, Texas, graduated Summa Cum Laude with an undergraduate degree in Biochemistry from St. Edward’s University in 2001. Dr. Park attended medical school at The University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston and completed her residency at Baylor College of Medicine in 2008. In the same year, she was board certified in Internal Medicine.
Dr. Park worked as a primary care physician in Boston for two years before moving back to Texas in 2012 and joining the St. Luke’s Sugar Land Hospital Family. She’s interested in women’s health and preventative medicine, but also enjoys managing the wide variety of health issue.
Dr. Susarla grew up in the Houston area where he graduated from Rice University with a degree in biochemistry. He then attended medical school at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas, graduating from there in 1999. Later, he completed his residency training in 2003 in the combined Internal Medicine & Pediatrics program at Cleveland’s Case Western Reserve University.
As a doctor with dual board certifications in Pediatrics and Internal Medicine, Dr. Susarla enjoys building relationships with families and patients of all ages. His interests include general wellness as well as management of a large variety of chronic conditions including high blood pressure, diabetes, cholesterol, allergies, and asthma. He also provides hospital services for his private patients at St. Luke’s Sugar Land and other area hospitals, where he is well-regarded in the medical community.
Dr. Susarla’s treatment style, like that of the traditional family doctor, emphasizes continuity of care at all stages of life.
Percy Howard III MD is a native of Huntsville Texas. He spent four years in the Air Force as a medic after graduating from high school. After an honorable discharge from the military, he worked his way through Houston Baptist University where he earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. He attended medical school at University of Texas at Galveston and then completed a three year Family Medicine residency program at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston.
After graduating from the residency program he worked for Memorial Hospital System for the past eighteen years. The past nine years he has been a faculty member of the Memorial Family Medicine Residency where he saw patients and helped trained young Family Medicine doctors.
He uses a relaxed approach to patients visits but emphasizes preventative care to improve long term outcomes. He enjoys caring for patients of all ages but limits his pediatric patients to above ten years of age.