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Bing

Dr. Paul Bing

Dr. Paul Bing is board certified in Internal Medicine and Pulmonary Disease.

Dr. Bing received his Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Texas at Austin and worked as a consulting engineer prior to entering medical school. With a strong urge to help those around him, he returned to schooling and received his medical degree from Texas Tech University Health Science Center in Lubbock, Texas. He completed his internship, residency, Pulmonary fellowship, and critical care fellowship at the University of Kansas in Kansas City.

Outside of patient care, Dr. Bing enjoys spending time with his wife and three daughters, fishing, traveling, running, and volunteering. You will see him walking the sidelines caring for and supporting the Morton Ranch Mavericks and Taylor Mustangs as team physician.

Languages: English

Hospital Affiliations: Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital, Memorial Hermann Rehabilitation Hospital - Katy


McCullagh

Dr. Kelly McCullagh

Dr. Kelly McCullagh specializes in Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Dr. McCullagh received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Texas A & M University and her Medical Degree from Texas Tech Health Science Center in Lubbock, Texas. She completed her internship and residency at the University of Kansas. As a committed physician, she has a track record for caring for her patients, from first to last birth, and beyond.

Dr. McCullagh brings her compassionate care home where she is the mother of three lovely daughters. When she is not delivering babies or spending time with her girls, Dr. McCullagh enjoys reading, traveling with her husband, and exercising.

Languages: English

Hospital Affiliations: Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital, Kingsland Surgery Center

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Currie

Dr. William Currie

Dr. Currie practices in many areas of Gastroenterology and Internal Medicine.

He is skilled in conducting colonoscopies, polypectomies, variceal sclerotherapies, and percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy.

Dr. Currie received his Bachelor of Science degree from Regiomontano in Monterrey, Mexico. He completed his medical education at the Universidad Autonomo de Nuevo Leon Facultad de Medicina also in Monterrey, Mexico. He completed his residency at Marshall University School of Medicine in Huntington, West Virginia. He was a fellow at Marshall University in the Department of Gastroenterology.

Dr. Currie and his family live in Katy. In his spare time he enjoys computer programming, computerized video production and editing and spending time with his wife and children.

Languages: English, Spanish

Hospital Affiliations: Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital, Kingsland Surgery Center


Wainscott

Dr. Brenda Wainscott

Dr. Wainscott specializes in the treatment of acute and chronic illnesses in adults.

She received her Bachelor of Science degree from Texas Tech University in Lubbock and completed her medical education and residency at the University of Texas Health Science Center in Downtown Houston.

Dr. Wainscott and her husband live in Katy with their four children. She enjoys traveling and serving the community as a girl scouts troop leader.

Languages: English

Hospital Affiliations: Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital, Memorial Hermann Rehabilitation Hospital - Katy


Adams

Dr. John "Rick" Adams

Dr. Adams specializes in the treatment of adults and adolescents.

He is a board certified internist and has expertise in the diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic illnesses.

Dr. Adams received his Bachelor of Arts degree from Baylor University in Waco, Texas. He completed medical school at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. He completed his residency in internal medicine at Michigan State University in Kalamazoo, Michigan.

Dr. Adams and his family live in Katy where he remains active in his church community. He leads a private bible study group and when time allows, travels to Central America to provide healthcare to those in need. During football season you will find Dr. Adams, team physician, taking care of the Cinco Ranch Cougars from the sidelines.

Languages: English

Hospital Affiliations: Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital, Memorial Hermann Rehabilitation Hospital

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Mullin

Dr. Tiffany Mullin

Dr. Tiffany Mullin specializes in Obstetrics and Gynecology. She is a proponent of minimally invasive procedures including laparoscopic hysterectomy.

Dr. Mullin received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Baylor University. She studied medicine at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston. She completed her internship and residency at the University of Texas Health Science Center.

Dr. Mullin spends her time outside of the clinic with her husband and three children.

Languages: English, Spanish

Hospital Affiliations: Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital, Kingsland Surgery Center


Shen

Dr. Andy Shen

Dr. Andy Shen is board certified in family medicine and sports medicine.

He has a special interest in Sports Medicine and typically treats a variety of problems relating to muscles, joints, and concussion management. Andy Shen also treats a wide spectrum of acute and chronic illnesses in adults and adolescents.

Dr. Shen received his Bachelor of Science degree from The University of Texas at Austin. He received his medical degree from the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine in St. Maarten and completed his Family Medicine residency training with Methodist Hospital at the Houston Medical Center. Dr. Shen finished his Sports Medicine fellowship with the Conroe Medical Education Foundation in Tomball, Texas.

Outside of the clinic, he is an avid sports fan, remains active in his local church community, and is spends plenty of time with his wife and two children. He supports the Seven Lakes Spartans and Mayde Creek Rams as team physician.

Languages: English

Hospital Affiliations: Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital, Memorial Hermann Rehabilitation Hospital – Katy


Peterson

Dr. Bethany Peterson

Dr. Bethany Peterson is board certified in Obstetrics and Gynecology.

Dr. Peterson grew up in Katy where she graduated from Taylor High School. She then attended Brigham Young University and received a degree in Microbiology. After finishing medical school at Texas Tech University in 2004, she moved back to the Houston area where she completed her residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Texas Medical School at Houston. She was voted outstanding Chief Resident in her final year. She enjoys all aspects of her field, including minimally invasive surgery and obstetrics. She enjoys biking, playing the piano, and spending time with her husband and three daughters.

Languages: English

Hospital Affiliations: Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital, Kingsland Surgery Center


Jack

Dr. Qi-Ming "Jack" Zhu

Dr. Jack Zhu specializes in Pulmonary Diseases, Critical Care and Internal Medicine.

Dr. Zhu received his Bachelor of Science degree in Respiratory Therapy from Stony Brook University in New York. Given his strong passion for diseases of the lung, he went on to attend medical school at New York College of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed his internal medicine residency, pulmonary, and critical care fellowship at New York Hospital of Queens. 

Dr. Zhu made his way to Katy, Texas after his frequent travels with his wife. He found Katy to be the right place to settle down and start his family.  

Languages: English and Mandarin

Hospital Affiliation: Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital, Memorial Hermann Rehabilitation Hospital – Katy


Madni

Dr. Syed “Ali” Madni

Dr. Syed Madni is board certified in Internal Medicine. He specializes in the treatment of Acute and Chronic Illnesses in Adults.

Dr. Madni completed his internship and residency in Internal Medicine in Sayre, Pennsylvania at the Guthrie-Robert Packer Hospital. He earned his medical degree from the prestigious Aga Khan University in Pakistan.

Dr. Madni enjoys running outdoors, reading and watching movies. Dr. Madni and his wife live in Fulshear with their son.

Languages: English, Urdu, Hindi

Hospital Affiliations: Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital, Memorial Hermann Rehabilitation Hospital


DeSimone

Dr. William DeSimone

Dr. William DeSimone is a board certified primary care physician specializing in non-surgical orthopedics, sports medicine, and family medicine. He treats a wide spectrum of acute and chronic illnesses in adults and adolescents. With his special interest in Sports Medicine he often treats a variety of problems relating to muscles, joints, tendon injuries, ligament injuries, fracture care and concussion management.

As team physician, Dr. DeSimone supports multiple Katy ISD teams like the Tompkins Flacons, Paetow Panthers, and Morton Ranch Mavericks. He was a team physician for Prairie View A&M University, Rice University, the Houston Dynamo, and the Houston Rodeo before joining MCT.

Dr. DeSimone received his Bachelor of Science degree from St. Joseph’s College in NY. He received his medical degree from the American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine in St. Maarten and completed his Family Medicine residency training with Conroe Medical Education Foundation. Dr. DeSimone finished his Sports Medicine fellowship with Houston Methodist in Willowbrook, TX.

Dr. DeSimone currently lives in Katy with his family. In his free time he enjoys traveling, spending time with his family, running, playing pickup soccer and spending time on the lake with friends. He is a member of St. Anthony’s of Padua Roman Catholic Church in the Woodlands.

Languages: English

Hospital Affiliations: Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital, Memorial Hermann Rehabilitation Hospital – Katy


Ellis

Jane Ellis, WHNP

Jane is certified as a nurse practitioner by the National Certification Corporation for Obstetrical, Gynecological and Neonatal Nursing Specialties.

Jane has practiced in the Katy area for over 30 years with a focus on health promotion and maintenance.

Jane received her diploma from Texas Eastern School of Nursing in Tyler, Texas. She holds Bachelor and Master of Science degrees in nursing from the University of Texas School of Nursing in Houston. Having lived in Katy for over 20 years, Jane has participated in numerous community activities including her church and the local schools.

She enjoys reading, spending time at the lake, skiing, flying, and spending time with her grandchild.

Languages: English


IN LOVING MEMORY


Bing

Dr. Mark Bing

Dr. Mark Bing was a lifelong servant of the Katy community and founding physician partner of the Medical Colleagues of Texas. He retired in 2017 after 36 years of practice.

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Mark Lyndon Bing, revered physician and life-long servant of Katy, Texas, passed away in January 2021 from the effects of Fragile X Tremor and Ataxia Syndrome (FXTAS) peacefully at home surrounded by family. His passing shortly follows 36 fervent years of medical practice with special adoration for the underserved.

He married his loving wife, Kelly Beck Bing in 1987. He is survived by her and his five beautiful children: Elizabeth Cools and husband Joshua Cools, Ethan Bing and wife Claudia Wei, Natalie Morgan and husband Cody Morgan, Mariel Godeaux and husband John Godeaux, and Elliot Bing along with a multitude of grandchildren. He will be watching over and protecting them from heaven.

Mark was the eldest son of Doctor Lyndon Bing and Dorothy Bing and brother of Sarah Turner, Rebecca Quantz, Martha Culbreth, and Doctor Paul Bing. He loved trains, chess, morse code, running, shortwave radio, the Katy Tigers and like many young boys of that time, he was particularly fond of blowing things up. He would walk the sidelines with his father at Katy Tiger football games instead of his own Kinkaid School games. Much like his Uncle Arlys, he loved to outsmart anyone and everyone. He was once sent to the barn during a family lunch after his father grew tired of hearing him sing the jingle from the Chuck Davis Chevrolet commercial, one too many times. Mark made sure to belt the tune loud enough for everyone to hear in the house, much to his parent’s dismay. And when his mother punished him by making him walk home one day, he had a grand time strolling down the railroad tracks. He took his time, and arrived well after dark, worrying his mother sick.

He practiced medicine insistently and unceremoniously and delivered treatment without the desire or care for glory.

His medical training began in Guatemala where he was accepted into the Opus Dei Catholic community. He learned Spanish and treated the impoverished population with limited resources at hand. It broke his heart wide open. And from that crevice, an endless torrent of love, compassion, and strength never stopped flowing. He completed his Internal Medicine residency at the Marshall School of Medicine in West Virginia and returned to Katy to practice alongside his father. Lines quickly grew out the door as he’d steal out to the back to paint his boyish grin upon the afternoon train chugging by.

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As if he was not busy enough, he earned his Master’s in Public Health at the University of Texas and Master’s in Liberal Arts at Houston Baptist University. He sat on the University of Texas at Houston Medical School Admissions Committee. He precepted medical students and nurse practitioners, some practicing in Katy today. Out of his dozens of accolades, he was most proud to receive the Phillip Overton Award from the Texas Medical Foundation for his commitment to improving healthcare in Texas.

Doctor Bing was instrumental in expanding medical care as Katy exploded. He was a founding partner of the Medical Colleagues of Texas which has touched the lives of over 75,000 Katyites to date. He helped the development Katy Medical Complex and what has now become Memorial Hermann Katy Rehabilitation Hospital. He dedicated years to treating nursing home and hospice patients. He touched the hearts of these patients; he came to them as a clinician, and as they left, a friend. He always made sure everyone had a smile on their face. Many will hear the echoes of his shuffling feet and loud sipping of Diet Coke in the halls of his practice, affiliated hospitals, and nursing homes for years to come.

Doctor Bing gave in all areas of his life. Providing an exhaustive list would be a feat in itself. He was most notably known as the Katy High School football team physician. He was incredibly proud to take over the role from his father earning 5 state rings along the way. He missed only a handful of games in his lifetime, even flying home from a family vacation to attend a playoff game in 2001. He was incredibly humbled by his admission into the Texas High School Football Hall of Fame and the Katy ISD Hall of Honor. Sponsoring the state championship rings for Katy’s 1959 football team, received decades later, was also a cherished moment for him. His love for student athletics extended beyond football, serving the Katy ISD wrestling program as a program physician and wrestling official. His instrumental support in the Greater Houston Cycling foundation boosted the Alkek Velodrome’s youth cycling program for decades.

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His unfaltering support extended beyond student athletics and growth, but in so many areas of the community. You could often find him supporting his mother Dorothy at City Council meetings, cheering on Katy ISD FFA students by lending space in his barns and bidding on livestock auctions, hosting foreign exchange students, and spending countless hours teaching academic decathlon. Doctor Bing was a huge supporter of academic success. Doctor Bing also served as the medical director for several nursing care facilities, Katy Fire Department, and several other Katy area fire departments and EMS agencies for many years. He looked forward to attending and participating in the annual Katy Police Department fish fry and Katy Fire Department supper fundraisers.

Doctor Bing had a love of trains that began when he was just a boy. He fondly reminisced about hearing the engines roar through old town Katy. The obsession only grew; Elm Street Station was later born. He opened his home and his station, serving hot dogs, lemonade, and train rides to the community. He was especially excited when Boy Scouts came to run the trains and earn their railroad merit badge. And if that wasn’t enough, he eagerly kept busy cleaning windows, making beds, and assuming porter responsibilities on his private pullman car, the Silver Iris. The joy that the Silver Iris brought him and all that travelled with him was unparalleled. The private car has since been retired and Doctor Bing graciously donated it to the Wheels Museum in Albuquerque, New Mexico where it will reside for all to see and enjoy.

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Doctor Bing leaves behind a multitude of loving staff, medical partners, friends, and family that have remained by his side for many, many years. While it proves impossible to illustrate the impact he leaves behind, we celebrate the footprint he has left on each of our hearts.


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Hours

Monday-Thursday: 8:15-5pm, Closed for lunch 12:30-1:30pm

Friday: Main Office 8:15-3pm, Ob/Gyn Office 8:15-12pm

Special Hours: Closed: 4/2/21

Phones

Main Office: 281-398-7954

Ob/Gyn Office: 281-398-8639

Address

21700 Kingsland Blvd Suites 201 & 202

Katy, TX 77450

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