Family medicine clinic at Three Lakes in Tyler

Serving families in Three Lakes neighborhood

All members of your family, from infants to the elderly and everyone in between, will receive excellent primary care at the ETMC First Physicians family medicine clinic at Three Lakes.

It’s a clean, modern facility staffed by friendly, caring medical professionals – right here in The Market at the Crossing!

Backed by the full resources and medical specialists of the ETMC Regional Healthcare System, the clinic offers these primary care services:

Preventive care

  • well-child checkups
  • physicals
  • immunizations

Non-emergency medical care

  • fever
  • sore throat
  • burns
  • sprains

Chronic disease management

  • diabetes
  • high blood pressure
  • high cholesterol

Doctors experienced in caring for East Texans

All of our physicians specialize in family medicine and have been keeping local residents healthy from their offices at ETMC First Physicians clinic on South Broadway. They know and love East Texas!

sidebar-hyland-2Bryan Hyland, MD, is a board-certified family medicine physician who received his medical degree from the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston. His clinical interests are adolescent medicine, preventive medicine and women’s health.

“I try to treat patients as I would like to be treated. I enjoy educating patients and involving them in healthcare decisions. I enjoy practicing medicine and try to always maintain an optimistic outlook and good sense of humor.”

Sadia Malik, MDborn in the U.S., Dr. Malik spent time growing up in Pakistan, where her parents are from and from where she received her medical degree. She speaks English, Urdu, Punjabi, Hindi and a little Spanish, helping her communicate with a wider range of patients.

“I think the most important thing is just listening to the patient. You might notice something that could change their whole medical treatment. I try to put myself in their place. I like to explain why we’re doing things, even if it’s just a simple test.”


sidebar-white-sSujatha White, MD, board-certified in internal medicine, knows the importance of getting to know her patients and their families. Maintaining personal relationships allows Dr. White to identify problems and realize solutions quickly.

“To know the family and to know the health problems and the stresses and what they’re dealing with in their lives, it makes a very big difference.”