About Dr. Hall
Dr. Shane Hall is board-certified in family medicine, which he has been practicing since 2007. He enjoys treating patients of all ages, from infants to adults. He is passionate about preventive medicine, specifically advanced lipid testing, heart attack and stroke prevention. He has participated in the Bale-Doneen Preceptorship which emphasizes the most up-to-date literature on heart attack, stroke and diabetes prevention, including the role inflammation plays in increasing risk.
Dr. Hall graduated summa cum laude from Austin College where he majored in biology. He studied medicine at the University of Texas-Southwestern Medical School and completed his residency in 2007 at Waukesha Family Medicine in Wisconsin, where he served as co-chief resident. He began his career working near Austin, before he moved to McKinney in 2009. He has worked in Frisco, McKinney, and Plano, before his current venture in helping to establish the McKinney Medical Village. He has been recognized for superior care in diabetes, cardiac care, and physician office systems. He’s also been certified by UTD in Healthcare Leadership.
Dr. Hall grew up in nearby Van Alstyne, TX. He now lives with his wife, Heidi, and two children in far northwest McKinney where their children go to Prosper schools. He enjoys participating in the MS150 bike ride every year to raise money for multiple sclerosis research. His personal interests include attending local sporting events, golf, and soccer.
Dr. Hall is excited to be on the ground-floor of starting McKinney Medical Village and fulfilling the mission of Village Health Partners in helping the communities of McKinney, Frisco, Allen, Plano, Prosper, and surrounding areas thrive.
Village Health Partners is a nationally recognized family medical practice serving the Collin County area, including McKinney, Plano, Allen and Frisco. The practice is dedicated to helping the communities it serves thrive, specializes in women’s and men’s health, pediatrics, diabetes, cholesterol, hypertension, urgent care and disease prevention.