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Dr. Sue Hubbard is a native of Washington, D.C. She came to Texas to attend the University of Texas at Austin and has never left. After graduating from UT with a degree in Biology (with Honors) she moved to Houston to attend The University of Texas Health Science Center Medical School where she graduated with honors and was a member of Alpha Omega Alpha honors medical fraternity. Dr. Hubbard did her pediatric internship at the University of Texas Galveston and then completed her residency at U.T. Southwestern Medical Center and Children’s Medical Center Dallas. Upon completion of her residency she joined Pediatric Associates of Dallas where she was the first female doctor in the group and has continued to practice there for past 20 years.
Dr. Sue enjoys seeing children of all ages, but has had a special interest in adolescent medicine and continues to see her patients from cradle through college.
From 1997 to 2002, Dr. Sue was a regular contributor to WFAA-TV (ABC) show “Good Morning Texas”. She has been named “Best Pediatrician” in Dallas by D Magazine and has also been listed in Texas Monthly as a Super Doctor. Dr. Sue has also been awarded the Katherine Ripley Award for Electronic Media and is a member of American Women in Radio and Television. She has been interviewed by numerous magazines including Parents, Woman’s Day and Real Simple.
Dr. Sue's nationally syndicated newspaper column "The Kid's Doctor" is distributed by Tribune Media Services and appears in The Dallas Morning News Briefing, The Toronto Sun, The Chicago Tribune, The Sun Sentinel, and The Province just to name a few.
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