S. Worrell, D.O.
Dr. Worrell graduated with honors from The University of Texas in Austin, prior to receiving his Doctorate in Osteopathic
Medicine from the University of North Texas Health Sciences Center in Ft. Worth in 1980. As Associate Professor of Family Medicine, he has taught numerous medical students, nurse practitioner and PA students, interns and residents throughout his career.
When asked about his practice, Dr. Worrell replied…“I’ve
founded a clinic where I can treat the entire family. I can’t
tell you how rewarding it is to see three and sometimes even four
generations of the same family. Knowing the entire family helps me
to have a much more comprehensive understanding of the needs of each
When asked about his treatment style, Dr. Worrell replied…“I
believe in taking a conservative approach to treating my patients.
Surgery, and even certain drugs, should be the last alternative.”
Dr Worrell has hospital affiliations with the following hospitals:
Regional Medical Center
City of Dallas
Texas Health Presbyterian
Hospital of Dallas
Forest Park Medical Center
comes to us with an extensive background in emergency medicine. He
has served as a paramedic for the Dallas Fire Department and for
MedEx on Long Island, New York.
from the University of The Incarnate Word in San Antonio, Texas
in 2001, Camilo earned his Masters of Physician Assisted Studies
degree from Drexel University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in 2009.
He currently specialized in internal medicine.
Megan Canady, PA-C
Megan, a Texas native, has had a passion for healthcare for as long as she can remember. After attending Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, she attended the prestigious University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center's Master of Physician Assistant Studies Program. She decided after graduation that she would like to specialize in Family Medicine and has been working in this specialty ever since. In her spare time, Megan likes spending time with her dog Radar, reading, and enjoying time with her human family.