Richard Easton was born in Texas and grew up in Dallas, Texas, where he graduated from Lake Dallas High School in 1989. After high school, he studied at Texas A & M University, where he excelled in his studies, earned a 4.0 GPA in science and was regularly on the dean's list. He graduated with honors in 2008 and was admitted to the medical school at the University of Texas at Houston, where he later completed a residency in internal medicine in 2015.
He has 26 years of experience in the medical world and has been practicing as a resident physician since 2006 with a focus on general practice, wellness, minors and emergencies. After earning his B.A. in Public Health from Texas A & M University, Kevin retired in 2013 after serving as an assistant professor of pediatrics at the University of Texas at Houston School of Medicine. He also served in the U.S. Army Medical Corps for four years during the Iraq War and served in both the U.S. Army and National Guard.
After serving with CareFlite, Kevin helped others by joining the Roanoke and Flower Mound Fire departments as training leaders. During this time he became a member of the medical guiding group, which was responsible for the emergency medical service of the fire brigade and fire brigade. He continued his education by earning his B.A. in Public Health from Texas A & M University and his M.D. from the University of Texas at Houston School of Medicine.
After completing his medical training, Dr. Parsons returned to Fort Worth to undergo residency training at the University of Texas at the Houston School of Medicine. He subsequently owned and operated his own private practice, diagnosing and treating complex medical and physical illnesses from across the state.
He founded the Argyle Fire Department and obtained the Flight Anamedic Certification (FP-C), which enabled him to become a full-time paramedic with the Fort Worth Police Department. In 2003, Kevin was honored to be named Denton County Fire Fighter of the Year while serving in the AFD. Although he enjoyed growing up in Argyll, you can still see the impact of Kevin's commitment to his community in many ways through his work as a firefighter, firefighter - paramedic and fire chief.
An avid lover of music, space and animals, Dr. Parsons spends his free time with his family, friends and dogs. When he's not at work, he'll certainly be found by the lake to watch NASCAR or spend time at his home in Lewisville, Texas, with a glass of wine and a good book.
He pursues a lifelong quest for education and is constantly striving to learn, stay at the forefront of medicine and innovate with new methods to better help patients. He prides himself on building strong relationships with his patients and strives to ensure they understand and agree with his care plan.
Before joining Family Medical in July 2019, Nicole worked as a nurse at Sterling Choice, caring for patients in general practice and pain management. After graduating from Denton High School, Kevin attended Christ the Nations College, where he graduated in Applied Science and Theology. Knowing that his path was geared to helping others, he obtained the Texas Paramedic Certification after studying theology. Easton earned his Bachelor of Science in Public Health from the University of Nebraska and his Master of Arts in Nursing from Texas A & M University.
I was really worried about my condition, but he kept me calm and assured me I would be fine. He was a very knowledgeable doctor and although it was such a quick appointment, he took the time to get to know me. I trust his care and look forward to every appointment because he spends time with me and I forget to know him like a friend.
I was due to have surgery in a few weeks and expected to be out of the game for a few days, but I gave birth to my son. If I ever had a second child, I stay with Dr. Coronado and recommend him to any friend who will end up having a baby with him. He looked after me when I ended up in the ER after a fairly serious complication related to my miscarriage.
A little over a week later I received a text message saying that an earlier appointment was possible without a date or time and that I should call the phone number if I wanted to. I also left a message on the call, but I did not get a call back that day, nor did I receive a follow-up appointment after my first appointment. That was when I cancelled all my follow-up appointments and made an appointment with the doctor so he could take X-rays and blood. No one answered my call to get a new appointment, and no one knew why I would send the text after the call to the number.