Terrell OB-GYN Clinic | 109 Tejas Drive, Suite 100, Terrell, TX 75160
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Marie Hollis, M.D., PLLC


109 Tejas Drive

Suite 100

Terrell, TX 75160




Marie Hollis, M.D., PLLC


Serving the Terrell, Texas area.


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 continued her education at Baylor University School of

Nursing and graduated with her Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree in June


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.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Health and Safety Policy for Terrell OB-GYN Clinic Patients and Staff FOR  PATIENTS: Must wear a mask to enter our facility, this is to protect you along with our staff and families. Only the patient is allowed into the facility, unless you are a single mom and notify us ahead of time so we can make accommodations. If the child is 10 years old or older they will be required to wear a mask. We do ask to please seek all possibilities on finding someone to come with you to watch the children or leave them with a caretaker. When you arrive at our facility we ask you to please call us and let us know you are here and we will come out to you asap. We will be checking temperatures as part of our screening process before letting you into our facility. We will also be checking temperatures on all children regardless of age that will need to accompany you during your visit. If going in for the following, COVID-19 testing is required 2-3 days before and appointments will be set up accordingly: Induction of labor C-section Tubal Hysterectomy FOR STAFF: The staff members must wear a mask at all times. The  staff must wear gloves when working with patients. The staff members will have temperature checks three times a day. 8:45 am, 12pm and at the end of their shift. A log will be kept of these temperatures. If the employee shows a temperature of 100 or above the employee will be sent home to be put into quarantine for 14 days. If any family member that resides with the employee becomes ill with fever, the employee will be required to stay home for 7days. If during that 7 days the family member is diagnosed with COVID-19, they will be required to stay home for a total of 14 days from the time the family member was diagnosed. The staff member will not be allowed back at the office until the family member is released by the state. A copy of the release letter will be required to come back to work. When COVID-19 testing is required the staff members will suit up accordingly to perform this test. A N95 mask must be worn along with foot covers, a gown with sleeves and a face shield if available. If the face shield is not available they will be required to wear a N95 along with a surgical mask. Supplies are limited and the requirements can change at any time. We are following the recommendations by the CDC and the orders that were put into place by the Kaufman County Commissionser’s Court by County Judge Hal Richards. Effective June 29th at 11:59pm.

Marie Hollis, M.D., PLLC


109 Tejas Drive, Suite 100

Terrell, TX 75160



Kim Parks