Dr Kristy Bai Houston TX, Family medicine specialist died from cancer

Dr Kristy Bai Houston TX, Family medicine specialist died from cancer

Kristy Bai Death – Dr. Kristy Bai, a resident of Houston, Texas, and a well-known family medicine specialist has sadly passed away. She was announced dead through a social media publication that read “I just found out that my Primary Care Physician Dr. Kristy Bai just passed away. God has received another angel. Much respect and condolences to her family. Way too young.” She will be deeply missed by her family, friends, and colleagues.

What was Kristy Bai’s cause of death?

According to sources close to Dr. Kristy Bai’s family, she died following a courageous battle with cancer. An individual also shared the sad news on the Friends of Sunset United Methodist Church, Texas Facebook Page. “Please send prayers for the family, friends, and patients of Dr. Kristy Bai. She passed way too soon from aggressive cancer. Her kids are young teenagers. She was my trusted doctor and friend for 20 years. My heart is so heavy.”

Who was Kristy Bai?

Dr. Kristy Bai, MD was a family medicine doctor in Houston, Texas and has over 22 years of experience in the medical field. She graduated from University of Texas Health Sciences Center at Houston McGovern Medical School in 2001. She was affiliated with medical facilities such as Memorial Hermann – Texas Medical Center and Memorial Hermann Northwest Hospital.

Kristy Y. Bai, M.D., joined Janette K. Bateman, M.D., R.Ph., and Scott B. Sharples, M.D., at Bateman Family Medicine in Pearland. Prior to joining Bateman Family Medicine, Bai was in private practice in Houston for two years. She was a member of the American Academy of Family Practice and the Texas Medical Association. She was extremely nice, sympathetic, and informed. She was an excellent physician who put forth a lot of effort and had good communication abilities.

Kristy Bai’s obituary and funeral arrangements will be released by the family at a later date.

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