Dr. Marcel Thompson
Devoted to providing a fully integrated approach to health and wellness, Dr. Marcel Thompson is pleased to offer a number of highly personalized services to women, couples, and men alike in Bellaire, Texas. Dr. Thompson treats individuals throughout the Greater Houston area and addresses a range of concerns, including general wellness, sexual health, and hormonal imbalances. Dr. Thompson utilizes his 25 years of experience to tailor each treatment to the unique needs of his patients.
Dr. Marcel Thompson Bio
A native Houstonian, Dr. Thompson attended the High School for Health Professions and went on to receive his Bachelor of Science degree from Prairie View A&M University. Dr. Thompson received his medical degree from Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. He then went on to complete his residency in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Tulane University in New Orleans, LA before serving as a military doctor in the U.S. Army for six years. He combines his osteopathic training, medical experience, and his subsequent trainings in non-surgical procedures for women and men with his holistic approach to medicine to address the total health and wellness of each of his patients.
With a board certification in obstetrics and gynecology, Dr. Marcel Thompson has long been an advocate for women’s health issues as well as the underinsured in our community. He served as the Women’s Health Director at Hope Asian Community Health Clinic and was also a Physician at Legacy Community Health Clinic here in Houston, TX. He sat on the Texas Medical Association Select Committee (which handled and represented those on Medicaid, CHIP, and the uninsured); and was recognized by the director of the Health and Human Services Commission (HHSC) and was subsequently appointed to the HHSC Medicaid and CHIP Regional Advisory Committee. Dr. Thompson is has has also served as the State Vice-Chair for Programs with the March of Dimes Texas Chapter and a board member of the Austin Area Urban League. Most recently he has served as President for the Harris County Medical Society Southwest Branch and was elected as a member of the association’s Socio-Economic Committee.