Rebekah Condit Mulligan, M.D.

Meet the newest addition to our GRACE Community Clinic, Rebekah Mulligan, M.D.  Dr. Mulligan knew from a very young age that she wanted to become a doctor.  Her mother was a doctor, and at age 4 she would see her mom go to the hospital where she would deliver babies.  So she explains becoming a doctor was what she always knew she would do.  In fact, she not only followed her mother’s footsteps, Dr. Mulligan is a fourth generation physician!  This is something she is proud of understandably.

She is married and the mother of two children, ages two and five.  Her husband is also a physician in our community.  Dr. Mulligan is a member of the City of Southlake Health and Wellness Committee and volunteers in an advisory position for the city of Southlake that is working to develop a Health and Wellness Master Plan.

Dr. Mulligan is board-certified in internal medicine and fellowship-trained in geriatric medicine. She practices at Texas Health Adult Care in Grapevine.  After receiving her Bachelor of Arts and Medical Doctorate at Texas A & M, she did an Internal Medicine Residency at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center in Memphis.  She attended as the Chief Medical Resident at the University of Tennessee Health Science Center and served as the Geriatric Medicine Fellow at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.  In her practice, she likes to simplilfy things for patients with less medications and more education on health and wellness programs.

GRACE Community Clinic Nurse Manager Shirley Roberts is excited about bringing her onto her team, saying, “She is a delight!”  You may hear Dr. Mulligan’s story in her own words here.  She is scheduled for her first internal medicine clinic at GRACE Community Clinic on Friday, March 22nd.  She will be volunteering once a month with a day clinic.  We are so very thrilled with the addition of Dr. Mulligan and thankful for her donating her time, care and expertise to our Community Clinic.