By Melissa Gautier
Stefanie Huber envisioned a modernized, personalized approach to primary care without a sterile, clinical atmosphere. In 2017, she and her husband, Dr. Trevor Huber, opened their first Modera Clinic, practicing healthcare from pediatrics to geriatrics.
As CEO of Modera Clinic, Stefanie oversees all business and aesthetic aspects of the clinics. She designs and embellishes the rooms with decorative flair, making them feel like a comfortable home. You won’t find sinks, medical paraphernalia, or anatomy posters in any of the rooms. Instead, you’ll discover a serene environment with a dresser, lamp, and coordinating pieces that enhance the inviting atmosphere.
“Primary care is very personal,” Stefanie explains. “I want our patients to feel at home. They can grab a cup of coffee, settle in, and relax.” With two clinics now open and a third in the works, Modera Clinic offers efficient, accessible care. Board-certified physicians treat everything from sore throats to broken bones, and offer in-house EKGs and lab work.
Dr. Huber attended medical school in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, while Stefanie taught second-grade in Miami. They moved to Dallas where she taught middle school English for years in Plano ISD before becoming the full-time CEO of Modera Clinic. Her many years’ experience working with children and their parents lends itself to a family-focused clinic serving the needs of patients in the surrounding community.
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