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Sachse Pediatrics

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Samantha Parsons CPNP - PC

Samantha started her pediatric experience when she was just 16 years old, volunteering at Children’s Medical Center of Dallas. From the beginning, she had dreams of becoming a Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and one day owning her own practice.


Samantha received her Bachelors of Science in Nursing from UT Tyler and worked as a Registered Nurse in the Emergency Room at Children’s Health for almost 10 years. During that time she earned her Masters of science in Nursing from UT El Paso, graduating top of her class with honors. Samantha then became a Certified Pediatric Nurse Practitioner and served as a PNP in primary care for MD Kids Pediatrics for almost 5 years.


Outside of her professional life Samantha is married to her husband Jason and they have 3 amazing kids together, Jace, Jocelyn, and Jetson. Samantha is a member of Northplace Church in Sachse and is very involved in her community through her children’s school and sports. When not participating in all that, you will most likely find Samantha on the golf course or playing pickleball!

Dr. Michelle Musson, MD

Dr. Michelle Musson was born and raised in New Jersey and attended high school in sunny Florida. Even at a young age, her love of travel and exploration was evident, as she left the Florida coast and trekked to Cleveland, Ohio where she received her BA in biology and chemistry. Dr. Musson then made a returned to the east coast and got her MD and PhD from Boston University. 


Her family that made the cross-country trip to Texas to be closer to family, where she completed her Pediatric residency at Children’s Medical Center in Dallas. She was in primary care at Pediatric Associates of Wylie for eight years, before delving into Urgent Care and moving onto the challenge of becoming the Regional Medical Director of Little Spurs Urgent Care. 


Dr. Musson is excited to help grow Sachse Pediatrics and return to her primary care roots. She thrives well in chaos, with her 5 children and 9 pets at home. If she hadn’t become a pediatrician, she probably would have been a linguist or an archaeologist because she loves working with her hands, learning new skills, and doing things that most people don’t have the patience for.  She particularly likes working with children with developmental difference to make sure they get the care and support that they need.  In her free time, you might find her reading, on the road in an RV, or taking her kids on a wild adventure.

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