Dr. David Carpenter
Dr. David Carpenter has called Humble home for all of his life, graduating from Humble High School in 1970. He attended Texas A&M University for four years and graduated from North Texas’ College of Osteopathic Medicine in 1978. Dr. Carpenter returned home in 1979 to start his practice and provide family health care to his neighbors in Humble.
Dr. Carpenter is board certified in family medicine and maintains active memberships in many associations, including the American Osteopathic Medical Association and the Texas Osteopathic Medical Association. He is also a fellow of the American College of Legal Medicine and received his J.D. from the South Texas College of Law.
More than anything, Dr. Carpenter wants his patients to feel like in him they have a family doctor that can be relied on for compassionate, honest and quality treatment.
Dr. Carpenter has been married to his wife Joanne for more than 40 years, and together they have had five children. In his free time, he enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling and hunting.
Dr. Mindy Hoang
Dr. Mindy Hoang graduated from Austin College in 1992 and from the prestigious Baylor College of Medicine in 1996. She spent her general surgery residency at the Texas Health Science Center in San Antonio and completed her family medicine residency at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, from 1997 to 2000.
She is a diplomate of the American Academy of Family Medicine since 2000, and is a member of several associations, including the Harris County Medical Society, Texas Medical Society and American Academy of Family Physicians. She has been rated a top family doctor by the Consumers’ Research Council of America.
Dr. Hoang has used the adversity she has faced in life to drive her passion for family care. She was born in Vietnam, the oldest of four children. When she was 14, she lost her mother to breast cancer shortly after she arrived in the U.S. to seek treatment. Dr. Hoang fulfilled her mother’s wish for her to seek education, enrolling in high school in the U.S. and taking care of her younger siblings while finishing her studies. Because she knows the importance of dedicated health care, Dr. Hoang treats all of her patients like family and abides by the motto, “Patient’s First.” To Dr. Hoang, the most important thing is helping her patients get well. Everything else is secondary.
She has lived in Atascocita since 2000 and married her husband, a former Marine, in 1999. She has two stepdaughters and one stepson. When time permits, she enjoys reading, growing orchids and making crafts.
Dr. Rumana Hoque
Dr. Rumana Hoque was born and raised in Bangladesh, where she attended and graduated from Sir Salimullah Medical College. She completed her residency at the Texas Tech Health Science Center in family medicine.
Dr. Hoque is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine, and maintains professional memberships in relevant associations, including the American Academy of Family Physicians and the American Medical Association.
Her dedication to family medicine is based in her desire to aid entire families with their health. She places the utmost priority on providing the best care possible, and wants all of her patients to think of her as caring, friendly and receptive.
At home, she enjoys spending time with her husband and 9-year-old daughter, reading books and watching movies.
Chad Burch, PA-C
Chad Burch, PA-C, graduated from Saint Francis University in 2000, with a Bachelor’s in Physician Assistant Sciences. He attained his Master’s in Physician Assistant Sciences from the University of Nebraska Medical Center in 2004 while serving in the U.S. Navy. He served honorably until 2006, primarily out of Washington D.C. and Ingleside, TX, and joined Humble Family Practice in March of 2007.
He is board certified by the National Commission on Certification of Physicians Assistants (NCCPA) and is an active member of the American Academy of Physician Assistants. Through the American Heart Association, he has achieved certification in basic life support and advanced cardiac life support.
In practice, Mr. Burch focuses on patient’s acute and preventative care needs, and enjoys family practice because it affords him with the opportunity to help patients in a variety of ways. He hopes that his patients feel truly cared for, and that his energy and love for medicine will always be apparent.
Chad has called Texas home for more than a decade and is married with four children. At home, he enjoys spending time with his children and watching the Texans. When time permits, he enjoys doing a little hunting as well.
Robert Wren, NP-BC
Robert Wren, NP-BC, graduated from the University of Houston-Victoria in 2009 with a Bachelor’s in Nursing. In 2013, he completed his Master’s of Science in Nursing at the Texas Tech Health Sciences Center. He also has a background in ER medicine and experience as a hospital corpsman in the Marines.
He prides himself on developing a comfortable and soothing atmosphere for his patients, and bringing a personal touch and a smile to every patient visit.