Thomas Richey, DC, NP-C

Thomas Richey is originally from San Antonio born on Ragland Military Base to Dr L. E Richey and Dawn Richey, both in the medical field. He has lived and grown in the medical field with them and was taught a strong work and professional ethic. He has lived in the Fort Bend County area for 40 years where his family and his wife and her family are from the area.

Thomas Richey graduated Summa Cum Laude from Texas Chiropractic College as a Doctor of Chiropractic and BS degree in human biology. He also has certifications in acupuncture and sports injury. He decided to return to academia and received his bachelors in nursing from Hardin Simmons University and masters in nursing from Samford University graduating at the top of his class. He is also trained in ultrasound injections and pain management.

He is a father of three sons and one daughter and one granddaughter. He is an avid fan of baseball, outdoors, hunting, and martial arts. He speaks English and Spanish.

“I have been and worked in the medical field for most of my life. I work along my patients and other colleagues to provide the best care and outcomes. I am looking forward to working and establishing primary practice in the area. I enjoy making connections with the community working to become closer to them and be considered part of their families.”

Primary Specialty: Family Practice

Office Address:  OakBend Medical Center Road 10141, US-59, Suite 1E Wharton, TX 77488

Phone:  281-238-7870

Languages other than English:  Spanish

Melanie Stanley, FNP

Melanie S. Stanley. Nurse Practitioner. Nurse Practitioners have a long history of engaging patients in their care, helping them to understand their illness and practical measures they can take for improvements.