for adults and children
Summer Office Hours:








7:00am – 5:00pm

7:00am – 5:00pm

7:00am – 5:00pm

7:00am – 5:00pm




    Lunch Hour: 12-1pm
      Clinic News

Summer hours will begin June 1st through September 4th. We will resume regular hours on Tuesday September 8th.

Please call or text us for more information.
In light of COVID-19 we have changed the check in process. In order to limit contact in our the office, WE KINDLY ASK: ONLY THE PATIENT is allowed in the office, unless assistance is needed. This includes children. TO AVOID DELAYS OR CANCELLATION OF YOUR APPOINTMENT YOU MUST LOG INTO YOUR PATIENT PORTAL AND COMPLETE THE CHECK IN PROCESS. If you do not remember your login information, please notify the office prior to arrival. To expedite the checkout process, you may pay your copay online. Upon arrival, remain in your vehicle and text us at 281-485-9034. We will check you in and send a notification when the nurse is ready for you.

We are now selling CBD oil


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What is a PCP?


A Primary Care Provider, or PCP, is typically a Family Medicine, Internal Medicine Physician, or a Pediatrician. A PCP can also be a Nurse Practitioner (NP) or Physician Assistant (PA). These providers diagnose and treat illnesses as well as provide preventive medical care. Primary care physicians have broad and general duties that focus on preventive care (annual physicals and health screenings), the diagnosis of medical conditions, and management of acute and chronic illnesses. Finding a Primary Care Provider is one of the most significant decisions a person can make. It is essential for patients to have a trusted provider.


New Patient?


Please call us to set up your online patient portal access. 

Don't have electronic capabilities?

Download our patient forms by clicking the picture below. These forms are fillable. Please bring printed forms, Insurance ID

card and driver's license with you to your first appointment.

  In order to view or print these forms you must have Adobe      Acrobat Reader installed.         


  Click here to download it.

How To Wear & When To Use Face Masks

New CDC guidelines recommend people use facial masks when visiting public settings where social distancing is hard to practice. Primary places would be grocery store's and pharmacies. Facial coverings can be made using household items that are little to no cost to make. For more information on who should wear, how to clean and how to make facial masks click on the READ MORE button to be redirected to the CDC website.

Flu Shot?

Available starting October 15, 2020

Friendswood Family Medicine

300 E. Edgewood

Friendswood, TX 77546

Office 281-485-9034

Fax 281-485-9807

For Life-Threatening Emergencies Call 911
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