About Dr. Ennis
As a family medicine provider and Dallas-Ft. Worth Metroplex native, Dr. Greg Ennis takes great responsibility in providing quality healthcare to the residents of his community. Dr. Ennis values creating strong patient relationships as well as getting to know each patient in order to provide outstanding family medicine and medical treatment.
Dr. Ennis has been recognized as one of Collin County's Best Doctors in the specialty of family medicine by D Magazine. He is a strong advocate of preventative family medicine in order to assist patients in leading a healthy life. Dr. Ennis specializes in women’s and men’s health, hypertension, diabetes, immunizations, and disease prevention. Dr. Ennis brings over a decade of experience in healthcare as well as a specialty in sports medicine to the practice.
Dr. Ennis’ commitment to the community has led him to previously serve on the Presbyterian Texas Health Sports Network as well as chairman of the Ethics Committee at the Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital in Allen. He also served as a team physician for the Frisco Rough Riders.
Dr. Ennis received his B.S. in Zoology from the University of Oklahoma and his M.D. at the University of Texas Medical School in San Antonio, Texas. He went on to complete his residency in family medicine at Baylor Hospital in Garland, Texas.
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D Magazine Best Doctors
D Magazine Best Doctors in Collin County (2012-2014, 2016-2018)
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