Mindy Marquez, MD
Dr. Mindy Marquez is committed to treating her patients with high quality, thorough, compassionate care. She helps her patients to remain comfortable, regain confidence and to make informed decisions regarding their care. She helps patients to identify areas of concern and helps guide patients through the options for treatment, ranging from lifestyle changes, medications, minimally invasive treatments and surgery. She is committed to making a joint decision regarding next steps for care with her patients.
She is trained and experienced in all aspects of urology with specific emphasis on the evaluation and treatment of bladder conditions and the treatment of women with urologic conditions. Areas of interest include, but is not limited to, treatment and prevention of recurring urinary infections, bladder leakage problems, urinary urgency and excess nighttime urination. Dr. Marquez brings vast experience in these conditions and offers the newest advancements in medication treatment, nerve stimulation, injections and minimally invasive surgery. She believes that working together, she and the patient can identify areas of concern and provides a range of treatment options directed to that concern.
Dr. Marquez grew up in Minnesota and has lived in Colorado and Texas prior to entering college in North Carolina at Duke University. Early in life, she realized that she had a passion for biology and how the body works. After working in a biology laboratory, she realized that her true passion was with working more closely with people and decided to become a physician. At Duke, she realized that she truly enjoyed surgery and the puzzle of putting things back together. Following college, she completed her medical school training at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston where her interest in surgery was further developed. After many rotations in surgical specialties, she found that she really enjoyed the range of diagnosis, management and surgery that urology offered. She completed her urology residency at University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas. As one of the few women to train at that program, she realized that women’s urologic issues were often undertreated and has been developing her passion to provide women with compassionate care ever since.
Dr. Marquez has two young boys whom she enjoys spending time with. Creating a work-life balance is very important to her. She also enjoys football, cooking and reading.
Medical School: Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, Texas
Residency: University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas
Queen of The Valley Medical Center