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Paul Willers, DO
Chief of Obstetrics and Staff Physician

  • Obstetrics, Family medicine
  • Accepting new patients
  • 361.275.6191
Gender Male
Facilities Cuero Regional Hospital, Cuero Medical Clinic
Languages English, translation services available
Undergraduate University of Houston - Clear Lake
Degree: Bachelor of Science in Biological Science - Cum Laude
Medical School: University of North Texas Health Science Center – Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine, 2007 - 2011
Degree: Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine
Internship: Houston Methodist San Jacinto Hospital
Residency Houston Methodist San Jacinto Hospital, 2011 - 2014
Family Medicine - Served as Chief Resident
Fellowship Medicos Para La Familia Family Medicine Obstetrics Fellowship, 2012 - 2015
Surgical Obstetrics
Graduate School: University of North Texas
Medical group memberships

AMDA - The Society for Post-Acute and Long-Term Care Medicine
Texas Medical Association
Texas Academy of Family Physicians
American Academy of Family Physicians

Board certification

Diplomat of the American Board of Family Medicine

Board Eligible for American Board of Family Medicine Obstetrics

Academic appointments

Assistant Professor, Adjunct Clinical Faculty, University of North Texas Health Science Center (Current)

Resident Rural Rotation Preceptor, Texas A&M Family Medicine Residency Program (Current)

Alternate Delegate, Texas Academy of Family Physicians South Texas chapter (2020)

Medical Director, Cuero Nursing and Rehabilitation, Cuero, Texas (Current)

Medical Director, Harbor hospice, Victoria, Texas (Current)

Biography

Dr. Willers was raised in Lake Jackson, Texas and moved to Cuero after completion of his Surgical Obstetrics Fellowship following his Family Medicine Residency. He is currently active in teaching future family physicians and serves as attending physician and primary preceptor for residents at Texas A&M Family Medicine Residency Program in Bryan, Texas as they rotate through Cuero for their rural medicine curriculum. He also serves as adjunct clinical faculty for University of North Texas Health Science Center, where he attended medical school and assists in teaching medical students in rural medicine. In addition to direct teaching, he has been involved with book publications to educate primary care practitioners on ultrasound. Aside from hospital and clinical duties, he also cares for patients throughout the area at nursing facilities as well as Hospice. He is an avid car enthusiast as most of his patients know, and enjoys spending time with his wife and children in his spare time away from medicine.

Notes

Chief of Obstetrics - Cuero Regional Hospital