Richard Monroe Avery, DO

Richard Avery, DO

4.9 (180)

Family Medicine

Accepting new patients

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Biography

Richard Avery, MD, is a family medicine physician in Kileen, Texas who chose health care because of a chronic illness he had as a teenager. After experiencing what it was like to be a patient, he felt called to care for others in similar situations.

Dr. Avery completed his education at the Mercer University Southern School of Pharmacy and the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, completed his residency in radiology at Oklahoma State University in Tulsa, Oklahoma and his internal medicine residency at OhioHealth Doctor’s Hospital.

When Dr. Avery is not seeing patients, he enjoys long walks, reading mystery novels, cooking and playing golf.

Personal Interests

Long walks, reading mystery novels, cooking, playing golf.

Care Philosophy

Dr. Avery loves interacting with his patients and helping them improve their quality of life. You can expect his team to treat you like family and provide a holistic approach to your well-being through physical, emotional and spiritual healing.

Areas Served
Killeen, TX
Languages Spoken
English
Medical School Education

West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine

Residencies

OhioHealth Doctor's Hospital

Medical Organization Memberships and Committees

American Osteopathic Medical Association, Texas Medical Association

Board Certification

Internal Medicine: American Osteopathic Board of Internal Medicine

Ages Accepted
Children
Adolescents
Adults
Geriatrics

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4.9 180 reviews , 17 comments

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