Dr. Kathryn Ziegler majored in Biomedical Engineering and graduated Summe cum Laude from Texas A&M University in 1998. She attended Baylor College of Medicine, where she was a member of the Texas Academy of Internal Medicine Preceptorship Program and a Mentor in the Peer Resource Network.
After graduating from her medical program in 2003, Dr. Ziegler stayed at Baylor College of Medicine to complete her residency in Internal Medicine and Pediatrics. During that time, she became the Chief Resident of Internal Medicine-Pediatrics, a member of the Pediatrics Residency Curriculum Committee, and a Mentor for the Internal Medicine Resident’s Assistance Program.
Dr. Ziegler has received honorary recognition from many sources, including Texas A&M University Honors and several Letters of Commendation from Texas Children’s Hospital. She is volunteer Board Member of the Community of the Streets, and she was a Resident Advisor for the Reach out and Read program based out of Martin Luther King Health. She is also a member of the American Academy of Pediatrics and the American College of Physicians.
Dr. Ziegler joined Cypress Physicians Association in August 2007 and considers it a great joy to treat patients from infants to elderly.
Dr. Zielger enjoys time cooking and camping with her husband and children. She and her family are active members of Trinity Espiscopal Church in mid-town Houston. Dr. Ziegler enjoys teaching Sunday school to elementary children.
Tuesday- Friday at Spring Woods