"Dr. Elizabeth Thomas is passionate about her pediatric patients and their overall well-being. She understands the impact of childhood experiences and how the decisions they make during this time can mold their future. She loves the opportunity to work with families to help create healthy lifestyles for their children. The burning desire to become a pediatrician started when she was 16 years old, after shadowing a doctor who worked with an asthmatic child. Dr. Thomas realized the value of education and medical advice that could ultimately help save the life of a child. As the oldest of four children, a caring and compassionate instinct has been ingrained inside of her for a long time. Dr. Thomas graduated with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree with Honors and worked as a Registered Nurse at Ben Taub Hospital in Houston, Texas prior to attending medical school. She received her medical degree at the University of North Texas Health Science Center in Fort Worth, Texas and received board certification in Pediatrics after training at Dell Children’s Hospital in Austin, Texas. As a pediatrician in Dallas, Texas for more than eight years, she has held leadership roles and is excited to take on new challenges. Dr. Thomas served as an Assistant Clinical Professor with Texas A&M University and is a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics. As a wife and mother of three children of her own, Dr. Thomas stays busy at home. She loves spending time with her family, plays the piano, is an active member of her church, and serves as a leader in a women’s ministry. It is an absolute honor for Dr. Thomas to work with the team at Diamond Physicians, and she is confident that she can continue to make a lasting impact to the families in the DFW area with her expertise."
"At Diamond Physicians, we believe that all individuals should have access to high-quality and personalized healthcare. But when one steps into a traditional waiting room or hospital setting, the opposite is usually found: long waiting lines, limited face-to-face time with a physician, referral hassles, and limited availability. Our patients are exposed to a completely different experience at Diamond. Traditional insurance doctors see about 3000 patients—our doctors see no more than 600 patients. This limit allows us to provide high quality, personalized health care. The patient experience is extremely important to us."