Aleks Fuller is a certified Physician Assistant at Village Health Partners. She is a strong advocate for patient education. Aleks encourages patients to ask questions and believes an open dialogue is an important aspect of a patient-physician relationship. She sees patients ages 2 years and older.
Aleks is passionate about preventive medicine and believes it helps patients stay one step ahead of any healthcare challenges they may face, and she wants to be a partner for patients on their healthcare journey. She also believes mental health is a key component of a patient’s overall well-being and is equally as important as physical health. Aleks wants to help patients find consistency with their healthcare by seeing their primary care provider regularly and developing a healthy lifestyle and routine as well as setting small goals and celebrating achievements.
How Aleks practices whole-person wellness
Aleks lives in Highland Park and is excited to see patients in North Texas where she grew up. In her free time, she enjoys the outdoors, spending time with family and friends in Dallas, trying new restaurants and supporting the Texas Longhorns.
Master of Physician Assistant Studies, University of North Texas Health Science Center
Aleks received the PA Legends Scholarship and was on the Dean's List at University of North Texas Health Science Center.
Bachelor's in Biology, University of Texas at Austin
She received the Presidential Scholarship and was on the University Honor Roll at the University of Texas.
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Aleks sees patients at Independence Medical Village. To schedule an in-office appointment with her, text (469) 382-3548. To schedule a telehealth appointment, click below.
"Would prefer some type of discussion around blood work results"
"All of the staff is great."
"Love the nurse that took care of me. Great personality, very understanding and caring"
"Aleks is the BEST PA , she is so caring and compassionate. She took the time to ask questions or explain answers to the questions I had. "
"Provider was sensitive to my Rx need while I travel to care for my sister"
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