About Dr. Lensing
Dr. Greg Lensing has been recognized by D Magazine as one of Dallas’ Best Doctors. With more than 30 years of experience practicing family medicine, Dr. Lensing has spent the last 28 years serving patients in Plano and the surrounding areas. Prior to joining Village Health Partners, Dr. Lensing worked with Drs. Wien and Eppich at Plano Family Practice.
He is passionate about helping patients improve their health, particularly in the area of cardiovascular health. Dr. Lensing strongly encourages his patients to incorporate a regular exercise routine into their schedules, and emphasizes the importance of aerobic exercise in managing heart health and body weight.
How Dr. Lensing practices whole-person wellness
He and his wife live in Dallas and enjoy staying active and participating in fitness programs, playing tennis, gardening and traveling. They also like to spend time volunteering at Highland Park United Methodist Church in Dallas. The couple has two grown sons who also live in Dallas.
M.D., LSU School of Medicine in New Orleans
Undergraduate degree, Louisiana State University
Dr. Lensing completed his family medicine residency at the Baylor College of Medicine and Providence Hospital in Waco, Texas.
Dr. Lensing works hand in hand with Maile Mixon. He also works closely with team members at his care station. This includes Dr. Nguy, Dr. Fullington and advanced practitioners Virginia Rady and Aleks Fuller.
Learn more about how your care team works together here.
Dr. Lensing sees patients at Independence Medical Village. To schedule an in-office appointment with him, text (469) 382-3548. To schedule a telehealth appointment, click below.
"I love Dr Lensing!"
"I've been a patient of Dr. Lensing for 20yrs. He's a great doctor and caring man."
"As with some of the other comments, when you get to Dr. Lensing - he's great. Getting to him is the problem."
"I've found Dr. Lensing to always be very thorough during my visits. I wasn't impressed with his PA giving an incorrect diagnosis of a skin problem in the past though. I was treated for an infection when it was actually a fungus. I went to a dermatologist for correct diagnosis. One staff member has been rude on more than one occasion for no reason whatsoever. He needs to eliminate that person. Trying to explain a problem to some staff members seems to be a waste of time due to their inability to listen carefully and make correct notes. One person seemed to be practicing their blood taking methods on one visit and made me feel a bit like a guinea pig."
"Dr lensing has correctly identified two life threatening illnesses and referred me to two excellent specialists,"
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