Pamela Ferry, MD joined the faculty of Lone Star Family Health Center in 2014 after completing residency in Family Medicine at Via Christi in Wichita, Kansas and a fellowship in Obstetrics at Women’s Hospital in Greensboro, North Carolina. She graduated from Baylor College of Medicine in 2010, completing both the International Health Track and the Care of the Underserved Track. Her accolades include receiving the DeBakey Scholar Award at Baylor and being selected as a Pisacano Scholar by the Pisacano Leadership Foundation. A native Houstonian, Dr. Ferry was thrilled to return to Texas to practice.
Prior to attending medical school, Dr. Ferry earned a master’s degree in Public Health and spent four years working in rural Bolivia doing volunteer public health work. Following this, she worked for several years at Baylor College of Medicine coordinating enrichment and educational programs for disadvantage high school and college students interested in health careers. For two years, she directed a community-based breast cancer collaborative offering screening and treatment for uninsured women. She continues to have a strong interest in international and community health, is fluent in Spanish, and participates in a variety of international medical activities including medical mission trips to Bolivia and other countries.
Dr. Ferry is passionate about providing health care for Texas’ underserved populations. As the Director of Public Health for Lone Star Family Health Center, she directs community and residency initiatives aimed at strengthening health promotion and prevention in the community. Among these, she oversees the Family Medicine Residency’s Underserved Track and the Community Centered Health Home initiative.
Outside of work, Dr. Ferry enjoys being involved in her local church, gardening, sewing, movies, vegetarian cooking, reading and the fine arts.