Monday - Friday
8 am - 8 pm
Saturday 10 am - 8 pm
Sunday 10 am - 8 pm
Brian L. Fowler, MD, FAAEMBrian was born in Kerrville Texas and lives in Boerne with his wife Cindy and two children, Morgen and Wil. He has practiced Emergency Medicine in San Antonio for the past 12 years and looks forward to sharing his skills with the Boerne community at our new clinic. He attended Texas A&M University and received his Medical Degree at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio in 1985. He is Board certified in Emergency Medicine. Brian was a physician in the Navy for 8 years and received the Navy Achievement and Commendation Medals. His community involvement has included being a city appointee to the Library Foundation Board and he is a cofounder and past board member of the Geneva School of Boerne. He is a member of the Oak Hills Church. Brian enjoys family, tennis, and gardening and looks forward to serving this community.
Bryan M. Dunn, MD, FACEPBryan Dunn is from Kingsville, Texas and has lived in Boerne since 1996. He and his wife Tonya have 3 children, James, Lauren, and Kristen. He graduated from Baylor University with Honors and The University of Texas Medical School at Houston. He completed an Emergency Medicine residency and is Board-Certified in Emergency Medicine. He practiced Emergency Medicine in San Antonio from 1995 to 2007. Bryan is an outdoor type who loves bird hunting and fishing on the Texas coast. He is excited about the opportunity to serve the Boerne community.
Dr. John RheinerJohn Rheiner, M.D. is a native of San Antonio, born at the Nix Hospital. He attended Churchill High School, and then Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas, where he received a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology. Immediately following his graduation from A&M, he was accepted into medical school at the University of Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio, and received his M.D. degree in 1985. Dr. Rheiner then completed three years of General Surgery residency training at the L.S.U. Medical School Residency Program in Shreveport, Louisiana. He returned to San Antonio in 1988 and worked in Urgent Care Medicine with Texas Med Clinic in San Antonio for 20 years, until 2008. In April of 2008, Dr. Rheiner joined the Boerne Urgent Care Clinic, electing to practice close to his home in Fair Oaks Ranch.
Dr. Alice EppersonDr. Alice Epperson was born in Floresville, Texas and raised in San Antonio where she currently resides. She is married to John Phillips, MD and has two children, James and Lauren. After receiving her Bachelor of Science Degree from St. Maryís University in 1992, she attended medical school at The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio where she graduated in 1999. Dr. Epperson completed her Family Practice residency at Spohn Memorial in Corpus Christi. From there, she practiced Emergency Medicine in Kingsville and also in Floresville along with Primary Care Medicine in San Antonio until 2007 when she decided to join Bulverde Urgent Careís team of physicians.
Dr. Epperson enjoys spending time with her family and lake activities on Lake LBJ. She looks forward to meeting the medical needs of the Bulverde community and the surrounding areas.
Dr. Charles Patrick IsbellPatrick grew up in north central Texas in a small town called Vernon. After graduating high school he attended college at Midwestern State University in Wichita Falls, TX where he received a BS in Chemistry and Psychology. During his first year of medical school he met his wife and married her over the Christmas Holidays of their third year. They both graduated from UTMB in Galveston, TX. He completed a residency in Internal Medicine at UTHSC Houston in 1993. After completing their residencies, the Isbell's moved to San Antonio were Patrick practiced Emergency Medicine for 16 years. He served as the medical director of the ER at Methodist Specialty & Transplant Hospital and at Christus Santa Rosa NW for many years before leaving to begin his practice in Urgent Care.
Patrick is the proud father of 4 children; Nicholas, Cassie, Sean and Kayla. His wife practices Nephrology in the Medical Center in San Antonio.
Dr. David NelsonDr. David Nelson is originally from California and moved to San Antonio in 1998. He graduated from USC medical school as a Dean's Scholar and completed his Family Practice Residency at Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center. He is board certified in Family Medicine and has been practicing Urgent Care and Occupational medicine since 1998. He lives in San Antonio with his wife and two daughters. He enjoys spending time with his family, traveling, cooking, hunting, aviation and is attempting to learn Mandarin Chinese. He is looking forward to continuing servicing the needs of his patients in the areas surrounding San Antonio.
Dr. Bill PollanDr. Bill Pollan was born and raised in Houston Texas. He is a third generation Houstonian. He attended undergraduate training at Baylor University, medical school at Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences and earned a Masterís Degree in Public Health at the University of Texas School of Public Health. He did his residency training in San Antonio, Texas and is dual board certified in Occupational Medicine and Aerospace Medicine. After leaving active duty in 1988 Dr. Pollan practiced family medicine for fifteen years in Ballinger, Texas and occupational medicine in San Angelo, Texas. He served on the Texas State Medical Board from 1993-1999. In 2002 he was called back to active duty in the Air Force and recently retired in June 2013 after five combat tours in Southwest Asia.
Dr. Pollan is married to Denise Pollan from Corpus Christi, Texas and they built their retirement home off Highway 46 about half way between New Braunfels and Bulverde. Their children are all grown and Dr Pollan and Denise are proud grandparents enjoying life in the Texas Hill Country. They look forward to living in and providing medical care to the Bulverde and New Braunfels communities.
Dr. Chaylah LomoteyDr. Chaylah Lomotey was born in Connecticut but spent many of her childhood years in Texas. She attended Eastern Nazarene College in Quincy, Massachusetts and then graduated from the University of Connecticut School of Medicine with both her MD and Masterís in Public Health degrees in 2007. She and her husband moved down to the Rio Grande Valley where she did her residency in Family Medicine at the Valley Baptist Hospital in Harlingen, Texas. She has worked as the sole physician for the largest immigration detention facility in the US and practiced primary care family medicine in rural South Texas. She has also spent time working in Urgent care and Occupational medicine clinics the Houston, Austin, and San Antonio Metro areas until her familyís recent move to New Braunfels.
Chaylah is widely traveled and has done medical and mission work in Romania, Haiti, and Ghana. She enjoys spending time with her husband and two young children, homeschooling her children, hiking, and helping at her small church. She looks forward to serving the New Braunfels Community through her work at the Urgent Care and Occupational Health Centers of Texas.
Dr. Ginna Nelson