Dr. Glena Davis

Dr. Davis started her medical education back in high school where she wanted to become a plastic surgeon and spend her days fixing celft pallets in 3rd world countries. With that revelation she started absorbing anything she could about medical science and volunteering her time at local hospitals and participating and many science activities including one where she met her husband and life partner Weston. During her undergraduate time at the University of Houston she continued her passion for medicine where she continued her volunteer efforts and achieved her degree in Biology and Pre-Medical science while juggling a husband, a 3 year old daugther Tambrey, and her newly born son Weston Glenn.

Shortly after graduation the family moved to Austin where she went to work for the Texas Department of Health as a Genetic Testing Technician testing new borns in the state for emanantly fatal genetic diseases. While at the State she started placing her applications with various medical schools and subsequently matched with the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine in Fort Worth. Shortly after we were on the move again for Dr. Davis to continue her medical education.

During the Fort Worth years Dr. Davis gained exposure to many different medical specialties but her time she spent doing Obstetrics would come to change her outlook on medicine. Her first day out she didn't just watch but was put in the primary position and thus delivered her first of many babies. She can still recall the way the baby looked at her when it emerged into the big world and her only thought was "This is what I want to do for the rest of my life."

Dr. Davis entered into residency through Texas Tech University Health Sciences in Odessa Texas. Many people like to ask how she ended up out in the desert and the simple answer is that it offered a good ballance between education and family. Throught medical school Dr. Davis rotated through John Peter Smith Hospital in Fort Worth and though they have a top notch residency those doctors go under from day one and do not see the light of day for 4 years. Odessa offered the numbers, a strong faculty, and did not suffer from the overcrowding that most residencies centered around a county hospital suffer from.

While at TTUHSC in Odessa Dr. Davis helped impliment several new policies to strengthen the program and was even elected to the American College of Obstatricians and Gynecologists Junior Chair for District XI.

Dr. Davis was recruited by the Palo Pinto Hospital District to come to the Mineral Wells community and start her practice. Today Dr. Davis spends her days seeing patients and bringing the newest residents of Texas and Mineral Wells into this bright new world. She loves her job and fell in love with this community from her first visit here back in 2010.