brenda frisbie, md

Dr. Frisbie grew up on her family ranch in South Dakota with a love for the outdoors and people. While getting her masters degree and teaching at the University of Georgia she decided to practice medicine rather than pursuing research. She returned to her home state of South Dakota to attend medical school. Dr. Frisbie has enjoyed the field of medicine and teaching her patients about their health choices. Prior to moving to East Texas she completed her residency at JPS in Ft Worth and worked with Baylor Health Systems in the DFW area. She is Board Certified in Family Medicine. Her husband and son have also enjoyed the East Texas area and consider it home. They are involved in their local church, sports groups and school. Dr. Frisbieā€™s hobbies include equestrian sports, camping, hunting and fishing, gardening and outdoor activities.


1999 Doctor of Medicine
University of South Dakota School of Medicine
Sioux Falls, South Dakota

1999 Master of Science-Reproductive Physiology Animal Science 
University of Georgia
Athens, Georgia

1988 Bachelor of Science-Animal Science 
Colorado State University
Ft Collins, Colorado


Family First Urgent Care and Clinic
2015 - Current

ETMC First Physicians Clinic Tyler and Henderson, Texas
2009 - 2014

Family Practice Physician with Baylor Health Texas Provider Network
2002 - 2008

University of Georgia
1994 - 1995


John Peter Smith Hospital
Ft Worth, Texas 
Family Practice Residency 
June 1999 to July 2002

Board Certified ABFP 
2003 to 2013


United States Department of Agriculture and The University of Georgia
September 1989 to May 1991
Graduate student of full assistantship
Thesis titled: Localization of LH Receptor Sites in the Ovary of the Transitional Phase 
Mare Using the Technique of Autoradiography


Board Certified in Family Practice

Texas Medical License

Member of Denton County Medical Association

Member of American Academy of Family Physicians

Member of Texas Medical Associations