Brian Rinehart, MD
Dr. Brian Rinehart has been in practice in Dallas at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas (THD) since 2000. He has served as the Director of the Maternal High-Risk Program at THD since 2009.
He has lived all over the east coast and southeastern region of the United States, but he has come to love Texas and to call it home. He and his wife, Tracy, have three adult children, who are scattered across the country. He is a committed outdoorsman and enjoys any excuse to get outside and enjoy nature. He is an avid reader and alternates between fiction and nonfiction literature. He remains enthusiastic about his guitar playing and continues to try to increase his skills on banjo and mandolin.
Dr. Rinehart has published over 26 articles pertaining to obstetric care in peer-reviewed journals. His interests in maternal fetal medicine span the breadth of the specialty and include preterm birth, preeclampsia, medical disorders in pregnancy, prenatal diagnosis. Dr. Rinehart performs both transabdominal and transcervical chorionic villus sampling, amniocentesis, percutaneous umbilical blood sampling, and intrauterine transfusion. Over the past 20 years, Dr. Rinehart has been committed to providing the best care possible for the families in North Texas and continues to strive to provide friendly, family-centered, up-to-date care for his patients and their unborn children.
Laura Greer, MD/JD
Dr. Laura Greer began her maternal fetal medicine practice in 2010, after completing medical school, residency, and fellowship training at UT Southwestern Medical School in Dallas. Her path to MFM was an unusual one. Raised in Stillwater, Oklahoma, she attended Hendrix College in Arkansas before arriving in Austin, Texas to attend UT Law School. She practiced as an appellate attorney working for the district attorney and local appellate courts. Law, however, wasn’t her passion. So, five years into her legal practice, she changed course, entered medical school, and never looked back.
Dr. Greer trained at UT Southwestern Medical School/Parkland Memorial Hospital, a hospital with one of the highest obstetric delivery rates in the country during her years there. In addition to delivering hundreds of babies and caring for thousands of pregnant women, she co-authored articles and chapters on diverse obstetrical issues from placental pathology to infections in pregnancy.
Dr. Greer feels very fortunate to practice medicine at Presbyterian, serving the families of the east Dallas area she calls home. She loves to travel, but her adventures have been a little closer to home since the arrival of her daughter. They enjoy spending time with family and friends, walking and biking at White Rock Lake, visiting the Arboretum and Dallas Zoo, gardening, and all the adventures parenting a young child brings.
Candice Conley, Office Manager, BSM, HRM
Kristine Courtney, Genetic Counselor, MS, CGC
We provide a full range of services to both low-risk and high-risk patients who are pregnant or exploring the possibility of becoming pregnant.