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Dr. Amy Sigman
A native Canadian, Dr. Amy Sigman originated from Montreal when she was 9 years old and spent her youth in the greater Dallas area. Following in her father’s, Dr. Gerald Sigman, footsteps, she became an obstetrician and gynecologist after she saw the positive impact he had on the lives of thousands throughout his career in medicine. Because of his influence and her own experiences, she’s committed to upholding his legacy by continuing to care for patients with compassion and excellence in medical care throughout her career.
Dr. Amie Napier
Though she’s a Texas transplant, Dr. Amie Napier considers herself a native Texan. Born in Ogden, Utah, her family relocated to the Metroplex shortly after her birth and she’s been here since. She’s had a passion for providing care for as long as she can remember and always knew she wanted to practice medicine; in fact, she even considered becoming a veterinarian, but changed her mind in college and decided to pursue medicine. However, only after seeing her first delivery did she decide to specialize in obstetrics and gynecology.
Dr. Michelle Heintges
Dr. Michelle Heintges is a board-certified obstetrician/gynecologist by the American Board of Obstetrics and Gynecology. She grew up in Hartshorne, Oklahoma and is a graduate of the University of Oklahoma. Her father’s long illness led her to medicine, and she subsequently moved to Dallas and graduated from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. Following medical school graduation, Dr. Heintges entered her residency in obstetrics and gynecology at the prestigious Parkland Hospital, where she served as one of the Chief Residents in her final year. She has been in private practice at Medical City Dallas since 2003. Dr. Heintges’ has…
Dr. Heidi Harms
Dr. Heidi Harms was inspired by her grandfather to study medicine, who was a physician that she thought the world of and aspired to be like. Having grown up in Great Falls, Montana, Dr. Harms came south to Texas to study at Baylor University in Waco where she worked in molecular biology and cancer research for several years prior to moving on to attend the University of New Mexico School of Medicine. Upon completion of her coursework, she returned to Texas for her residency at Parkland Memorial Hospital where she served as a chief resident in her final year.