Dr. Kuy Houser grew up in Pilot Point, Texas, a small town north of Dallas-Fort Worth, where he played multiple sports.
After receiving a degree in Biomedical Engineering from Texas A&M University, he attended the University of Texas Medical School at Houston. Dr. Houser returned to Aggieland, where he was chief resident in the Texas A&M Family Medicine Residency Program.
As a Family Medicine Doctor, Dr. Houser likes being able to see patients as young as newborns, to children, teens and adults. His passion lies in helping his patients set and achieve goals whether getting back on the field or to work or controlling conditions that could cause complications in the future, like high blood pressure, diabetes and cholesterol. He is most fulfilled when helping his patients get and stay healthy.
Having been a part of two medical mission teams to Honduras, Dr. Houser was attracted to St. Joseph because of the organization’s approach to serving patients.
Dr. Houser met his wife Jamie, who is an optometrist, during college. They have two young sons. After their oldest was born with Down Syndrome, they became involved with the local chapter of the Down Syndrome Association and lead the group’s newborn welcoming committee.
When not seeing patients, you can find the Houser family at Aggie football and basketball games. Dr. Houser also enjoys just hanging out with his family, hunting and fishing. The Housers attend Central Baptist Church.