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Marie Hollis, M.D., PLLC

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY

3900 Joe Ramsey Blvd

Building E

Greenville, TX 75401-7763

903-454-1722

Dr. Marie Hollis

As a board certified OB GYN I enjoy providing quality health care

for women in all phases of their lives. Women’s health care is a

very personal experience and I strive to provide comfortable and

informative care to all of my patients. I moved to Greenville when I

was 5 years old. After attending college at Texas A&M University

Commerce for my undergraduate education I went to medical

school at Texas A&M University and did my OB GYN residency in

Tulsa, Oklahoma. After residency I wanted to come home and be

near my family so I moved back to Greenville. My parents, 4

brothers, and 2 nephews are proud to be Greenville natives and I

plan to live here and serve the community for many years.

Sarah Harville, MSN, WHNP-BC

Sarah Harville joined the Greenville OBGYN clinic in 2015. Sarah

is a board certified Women's Health Nurse Practitioner. She began

her medical career in 2005 as a Certified Surgical Technologist,

working at John Peter Smith Hospital and Fort Worth Surgery

Center, both in Fort Worth, Texas. She graduated from

Southwestern Adventist University in 2011 with her Bachelor's of

Science degree in Nursing and worked in the Cardiovascular

Intensive Care Unit and Progressive Care Unit of Texas Health

Huguley hospital in Burleson, Texas. In 2015, Sarah completed her

Women's Health Nurse Practitioner degree from Texas Woman's

University in Dallas, Texas. In her leisure time, she enjoys going to

the lake, cooking, and traveling with her husband and two children.

Heather Kent, CNM

Heather Kent is a certified nurse-midwife who joined Greenville

OB-GYN Clinic in 2016. She graduated nursing school from

Grayson County College, and has been a nurse since 2009 with

experience in the emergency department at Hunt Regional, labor

and delivery at Parkland Hospital, and newborn nursery at Texoma

Medical Center. She continued her education by attending mid-

wifery school through Frontier Nursing University and graduated in

2016 with a Master’s of Science in Nursing. Heather has always

had a passion for assisting and guiding women and their growing

families, and she is very happy to finally be in the midwife role.

Heather lives in Leonard, TX with her husband of 5 years, Ben,

and two young daughters, Autumn and Macy. In her spare time,

she enjoys cooking, eating good food, renovating her home, and

spending quality time with friends and family. She plans to stay in

Leonard long-term so she can continue to serve the childbearing

population of Greenville and surrounding areas for many years to

come.

Kimberly Parks MSN, RN, CNM

Kimberly was born and raised here in Greenville, Texas. She grad-

uated from Greenville High School in 1984 and began her medical

career as a Medical Assistant in 1986. She continued her educa-

tion at Baylor University School of Nursing and graduated with her

Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree in June 1992.

She worked at Parkland Memorial Hospital in the Neonatal

Intensive Care Units, then Hunt Regional Medical Center in the

Women's Center as a Shift Manager of Labor and Delivery,

Pospartum/GYN, and Nursery/NNICU from 1993 to 2009, with a

breif leave to St. Joseph's in Bryan, Texas and as WEC Director for

Hunt, Fannin, and Rockwall counties for a year.

She pursued her passion for Women's Health and furthered her

education at Frontier School of Midwifery and Family Nursing (now

Frontier Nursing University) and received her Master of Science in

Nursing degree and Certificate in Nurse Midwifery in June 2009.

She worked for the OB/GYN Clinic from that time until June 2015

when she left to teach in the BSN Nursing Program at Texas A&M

University Commerce. She holds a license from the Texas Board of

Nursing as an Advanced Practice Nurse and is certified by the

American Midwifery Certification Board.

Kimberly has a family of five children - four sons and a daughter.

She has had the privilege and honor of delivering 3 of her 4 pre-

cious grandchildren. She enjoys spending time with family and

friends at home, Lake Texoma, and with her church,. She is excited

to return to her love of caring for women of all ages and sharing on

of the most precious times in a family's life - giving birth.

Pamela Stubblefield-Wyatt MSN, CNM, WHCNP-C

Pamela Stubblefield-Wyatt introduced midwifery care to Hunt

county in 2006. She has over 22 years of experience in women’s

health, labor and delivery, and postpartum care. Pamela gradu-

ated for the University of Texas at Tyler in 1996 with her Bachelors

Degree in Nursing. In 2006, she received her Masters of Science

in Nursing as well as degrees in Certified Nurse Midwifery and

Women’s Healthcare Nurse Practitioner from the Frontier School of

Midwifery and Family Nursing. Pamela worked at the Ob/Gyn

Clinic from 2006 to 2011. She worked at The Women’s Center of

Greenville from 2011 to 2018. Pamela holds national board certifi-

cations with both AMCB and NCC. I

n 2017, Pamela received her certification from Drexel University to

perform colposcopy. Pamela is passionate about providing quality

care to women throughput their life span. She also believes that

women can have the special birth they desire in a safe hospital

setting.

In her spare time, Pamela enjoys spending time with her family, at-

tending church, traveling, and making candles. She is married to

Peyton. They have four daughters and one granddaughter.

Marie Hollis, M.D., PLLC

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY

3900 Joe Ramsey Blvd

Building E

Greenville, TX 75401-7763

903-454-1722

OUR LOCATION

3900 Joe Ramsey Blvd.

Greenville, TX 75401

OFFICE HOURS

Monday thru Thursday

8:30 am - 5:00 pm

Friday

8:30am - Noon

Closed Saturday &

Sunday

PHONE

Phone: 903-454-1722

Fax: 903-454-1750

Dr. Marie Hollis

As a board certified OB GYN I enjoy providing quality health

care for women in all phases of their lives. Women’s health

care is a very personal experience and I strive to provide

comfortable and informative care to all of my patients. I

moved to Greenville when I was 5 years old. After attending

college at Texas A&M University Commerce for my under-

graduate education I went to medical school at Texas A&M

University and did my OB GYN residency in Tulsa,

Oklahoma. After residency I wanted to come home and be

near my family so I moved back to Greenville. My parents,

4 brothers, and 2 nephews are proud to be Greenville na-

tives and I plan to live here and serve the community for

many years.

Sarah Harville, MSN, WHNP-BC

Sarah Harville joined the Greenville OBGYN clinic in 2015.

Sarah is a board certified Women's Health Nurse

Practitioner. She began her medical career in 2005 as a

Certified Surgical Technologist, working at John Peter Smith

Hospital and Fort Worth Surgery Center, both in Fort Worth,

Texas. She graduated from Southwestern Adventist

University in 2011 with her Bachelor's of Science degree in

Nursing and worked in the Cardiovascular Intensive Care

Unit and Progressive Care Unit of Texas Health Huguley

hospital in Burleson, Texas. In 2015, Sarah completed her

Women's Health Nurse Practitioner degree from Texas

Woman's University in Dallas, Texas. In her leisure time,

she enjoys going to the lake, cooking, and traveling with her

husband and two children.

Heather Kent, CNM

Heather Kent is a certified nurse-midwife who joined

Greenville OB-GYN Clinic in 2016. She graduated nursing

school from Grayson County College, and has been a nurse

since 2009 with experience in the emergency department at

Hunt Regional, labor and delivery at Parkland Hospital, and

newborn nursery at Texoma Medical Center. She continued

her education by attending midwifery school through

Frontier Nursing University and graduated in 2016 with a

Master’s of Science in Nursing. Heather has always had a

passion for assisting and guiding women and their growing

families, and she is very happy to finally be in the midwife

role.

Heather lives in Leonard, TX with her husband of 5 years,

Ben, and two young daughters, Autumn and Macy. In her

spare time, she enjoys cooking, eating good food, renovat-

ing her home, and spending quality time with friends and

family. She plans to stay in Leonard long-term so she can

continue to serve the childbearing population of Greenville

and surrounding areas for many years to come.

Kimberly Parks MSN, RN, CNM

Kimberly was born and raised here in Greenville, Texas. She

graduated from Greenville High School in 1984 and began

her medical career as a Medical Assistant in 1986. She con-

tinued her education at Baylor University School of Nursing

and graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing de-

gree in June 1992.

She worked at Parkland Memorial Hospital in the Neonatal

Intensive Care Units, then Hunt Regional Medical Center in

the Women's Center as a Shift Manager of Labor and

Delivery, Pospartum/GYN, and Nursery/NNICU from 1993 to

2009, with a breif leave to St. Joseph's in Bryan, Texas and

as WEC Director for Hunt, Fannin, and Rockwall counties for

a year.

She pursued her passion for Women's Health and furthered

her education at Frontier School of Midwifery and Family

Nursing (now Frontier Nursing University) and received her

Master of Science in Nursing degree and Certificate in Nurse

Midwifery in June 2009. She worked for the OB/GYN Clinic

from that time until June 2015 when she left to teach in the

BSN Nursing Program at Texas A&M University Commerce.

She holds a license from the Texas Board of Nursing as an

Advanced Practice Nurse and is certified by the American

Midwifery Certification Board.

Kimberly has a family of five children - four sons and a

daughter. She has had the privilege and honor of delivering 3

of her 4 precious grandchildren. She enjoys spending time

with family and friends at home, Lake Texoma, and with her

church,. She is excited to return to her love of caring for

women of all ages and sharing on of the most precious times

in a family's life - giving birth.

Pamela Stubblefield-Wyatt MSN, CNM, WHCNP-C

Pamela Stubblefield-Wyatt introduced midwifery care to Hunt

county in 2006. She has over 22 years of experience in

women’s health, labor and delivery, and postpartum care.

Pamela graduated for the University of Texas at Tyler in 1996

with her Bachelors Degree in Nursing. In 2006, she received

her Masters of Science in Nursing as well as degrees in

Certified Nurse Midwifery and Women’s Healthcare Nurse

Practitioner from the Frontier School of Midwifery and Family

Nursing. Pamela worked at the Ob/Gyn Clinic from 2006 to

2011. She worked at The Women’s Center of Greenville from

2011 to 2018. Pamela holds national board certifications with

both AMCB and NCC. I

n 2017, Pamela received her certification from Drexel

University to perform colposcopy. Pamela is passionate

about providing quality care to women throughput their life

span. She also believes that women can have the special

birth they desire in a safe hospital setting.

In her spare time, Pamela enjoys spending time with her fam-

ily, attending church, traveling, and making candles. She is

married to Peyton. They have four daughters and one

granddaughter.

903-454-1722

Marie Hollis, M.D., PLLC

OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY

3900 Joe Ramsey Blvd

Building E

Greenville, TX 75401-7763

903-454-1722