Meet Our Providers
Since 1975, the physicians of Village Family Practice have been dedicated to providing you with the highest quality healthcare available.
Dwane G. Broussard, MD
Dwane Broussard is originally from Louisiana. He attended Louisiana State University where he received a Bachelor’s of Science Degree. He received his Medical Degree from Southern Illinois University and completed his Family Practice Residency at Baylor College of Medicine. He served one year as Chief Resident at Baylor. He is Board Certified in Family Practice, and currently serves as a Clinical Associate Professor at Baylor College of Medicine.
His special interests include hypertension, diabetes, hypercholesterolemia and wellness care.
Dr. Broussard is the past President of the Harris County Medical Society, Western Branch. He was elected to a three year term on the Harris County Medical Society Board of Socioeconomics, and is currently chairman serving as chairman of this board.
He is married to Dr. Judith Munoz and they have two sons: Andrew and Matthew. Their hobbies include sports and travel.
Caroline B. Carter, MD
Caroline Carter is a native Houstonian and grew up in southwest Houston. She graduated from St. Agnes Academy College Preparatory and then went on to The University of Alabama. While in college she was a member of the women’s soccer team and pursued a degree in Anthropology. She graduated Summa Cum Laude and Phi Beta Kappa. She also received a Master of Arts Degree in Health Promotions. After college she attended UT Houston medical school and completed her residency training at Memorial Family Medicine Residency Program in Sugar Land, Texas. She then moved to Lockhart, Texas to work for a year before returning to Houston.
Dr. Carter is board certified in Family Medicine, and her clinical interests include preventative medicine and chronic disease management. She currently resides in Houston with her husband, Warren. They have two sons, Harold and Thomas. In her free time, Dr. Carter enjoys spending time with family, travel, cooking, and college football.
A. Madeline Domask, MD
A Houston native and U.T trained (U.T Austin, U.T. Medical Branch at Galveston and U.T. Health Sciences Center at Houston for Residency), Madeline Domask married her high school beau and soccer coach and kept her Texas roots.
Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Dr. Domask has been in private practice since 1990. Clinical interests include osteoporosis and preventative medicine with a focus on lifestyle modifications.
At home, she stays busy with 2 sons, a daughter, 9 turtles and Einstein (THE cat). Hobbies include gardening, exercising and being a girl scout volunteer.
Susan T. Erie, MD
Susan Erie was born in Chicago, and was first introduced to Houston while obtaining her Bachelor of Arts and Master of Chemical Engineering at Rice University. She returned to Illinois for medical school at the University of Illinois but permanently returned to Texas for her residency training at Baylor College of Medicine. She married a Texan and has two young daughters, 2 cats and 2 dogs.
Special interests in medicine include Pediatrics, Women’s Healthcare and Preventive Medicine. Special interests outside of medicine include shopping, tap dancing, and consuming as much chocolate as possible.
Marc H. Feldman, MD
Marc Feldman is board certified in family practice and fellowship trained and certified in sports medicine.
A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Dr. Feldman first came to Texas to attend the University of Texas at Austin. He then returned to Ohio for medical school (Medical College of Ohio) and residency (The Toledo Hospital Family Practice). Then at Kaiser Permanente in Southern California, Dr. Feldman completed a sports medicine fellowship where he gained experience in office orthopedics, prescribing exercise programs for patients with medical conditions, and serving as a team and event physician.
Dr. Feldman encourages his patients to live a healthy lifestyle, practice preventative medicine and to stay active regardless of age, athletic ability or medical condition. He can frequently be found as a team physician at area schools or part of the medical staff for professional tennis tournaments and marathons.
Dr. Feldman enjoys running, cycling, traveling and spending time with his wife and two sons.
Clive K. Fields, MD
Clive Fields is board certified in Family Medicine and Addiction Medicine. Born in Scotland, he received his undergraduate training at the University of Texas at Austin and his medical degree at Chicago Medical School. He completed his family practice residency at Baylor College of Medicine, where he was Chief Resident. He joined Village Family Practice in 1990. His clinical interests include preventative and wellness care.
Dr. Fields is married and has three children. His interests include reading a good book, playing golf, and collecting photography.
Harold J. Fields, MD
Harold Fields is the founder of Village Family Practice. He was born in Scotland and received his medical training at Glascow University. He established Village Family Practice in 1975, and has been Board Certified in Family Practice in Great Britain, Canada and the United States. He has additional training and certification in Addiction Medicine. His main focus of practice is now Research Medicine involving all facets of Family Practice.
He has been married to his wife, Sandra, for more than 45 years and they have three children, including his eldest son Clive who followed him into practice. He also has ten grandchildren. He is an avid golfer and has played golf all over the world.
Geoffrey A. Groff, MD
Geoffrey Groff is board certified in Family Medicine. He was born in Canada and arrived in Houston where he attended the University of St. Thomas for his undergraduate studies. He attended the Autonomous University of Guadalajara, Mexico where he received his medical degree. He returned to Houston to complete his Family Medicine residency at Baylor College of Medicine.
Dr. Groff has clinical interests in diabetes and hypertension management.
He is married and has 3 children. He enjoys ice skating with his children. When he is able, he will not turn down a game of golf.
Kayla Halfmann, PA
Kayla Halfmann was born and raised in West Texas and studied Biomedical Science at Texas A&M University for her undergraduate degree. After graduation she decided to pursue physician assistant training and attended Wake Forest University in North Carolina for PA school. Immediately after graduation she moved back to Texas and spent 2 years practicing family medicine in a clinic in Fort Worth. In 2012 she joined Village Family Practice and is now proud to call Houston “home”. Her clinical interests include preventative medicine, hypertension and diabetes.
While not working, she enjoys travelling, cooking, yoga, and Aggie Football.
Grace Kim, MD
Grace Kim was born and raised in Houston. She grew up in the Katy area and attended Katy Taylor High School. She moved to Austin to attend the University of Texas at Austin where she graduated with a Bachelors of Science in Biology with a Business Foundations minor. She later attended UT Southwestern Medical School in Dallas for her first two years of medical school and transferred to Baylor College of Medicine to complete her medical school training and to be with her husband. Her medical residency training began at Baylor College of Medicine/Kelsey-Seybold and was completed at the Methodist Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program in Houston.
Dr. Kim is board certified in Family Medicine. Her clinical interests include preventative and wellness care. Away from the office, Dr. Kim enjoys cooking, serving at church, and spending time with her husband and daughter.
Sandi E. Lemming, MD
Sandi Lemming was born in Connecticut and moved to Dallas, Texas in junior high. She graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in microbiology, went on to graduate from the University of Texas Health Science Center with a medical technology degree, and finished her MBA in Finance from the University of North Texas. Her husband’s job opportunities brought her and her family to northern California for 8 years where she enjoyed being a busy stay at home mom to her 3 boys. After a transfer to Houston, she decided to pursue a long-held dream of attending medical school and graduated from Baylor College of Medicine. She went on to family practice residency at Memorial Family Practice where she served as chief resident for her final year.
The Lemmings have lived in Houston since 1994 and have enjoyed being associated with Strake Jesuit College Preparatory, The University of St. Thomas, and the Boy Scouts of America. They have 3 boys who are grown and out of college. Ben, a graduate of The University of North Carolina Chapel Hill, was an offensive lineman for the Tar Heels, and now enjoys a career in the energy business in Houston. Chris, a graduate of Boston College, worked as a high school teacher before heading off to law school at Catholic University in Washington, DC. Mike , a graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, also played offensive line for Army and now serves as a 1LT in the 101st Airborne Division, Ft. Campbell, KY.
Sandi married her high school sweetheart, Jim, who is a homebuilder and developer in Houston. They enjoy wine tasting, cooking, golf, and college football. She is board certified in Family Practice and has a special interest in the adolescent female and women’s health.
Michael L. Noel, MD
Michael Noel is a Board Certified Family Physician who earned his undergraduate degree from Butler University in Indianapolis, Indiana, and his Medical Degree from the Indiana University School of Medicine. After completing a Family Practice Residency, he served as a Family Physician in the United States Air Force. After fulfilling his military obligation, he practiced and taught at Baylor College of Medicine, where he became the Family Practice Residency Program Director.
He again served in the military during Operation Desert Storm, then subsequently entered private practice.
Dr. Noel has an ongoing interest in medical mission work. He enjoys running, swimming and bicycling, and has completed a triathalon. He and his wife have three children.
B. Devin Reed, MD
Devin Reed was born in Houston and grew up in Angleton, Texas. After graduating from Angleton High School he attended Texas A&M University in College Station. He graduated from A&M in 1997 with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mechanical Engineering, and worked for the next four years as an engineer in the oil and gas industry. After finally deciding to follow his dream of becoming a physician, he attended the University of Texas Medical School in Houston, graduating in 2007. After medical school he attended the University of Texas Houston Family Medicine Residency Program, where he served as Chief Resident during his final year. He joined Village Family Practice in August of 2011 and is board certified in Family Medicine.
Devin lives in Sienna Plantation with his wife Annie. They have one beautiful daughter and one handsome son. They enjoy wine tasting, scuba diving, going to the zoo and various museums, and watching movies in the theater room with their four (yes…four) cats. When not working, Devin also enjoys tackling home improvement projects and computer gaming.
P. Tim Sprockel, MD
He then went on to complete his fellowship training in sports medicine at Texas Tech University, where he served as the associate team physician for The Red Raiders. He has also studied medicine in Guadalajara, Mexico. Dr. Sprockel has experience in urgent care, pediatrics, occupational health and family medicine. He believes that his skills as a primary care sports medicine physician can help expand the spectrum of care provided for patients.
Dr. Sprockel’s medical focus is in concussion management, sports physicals, musculoskeletal injuries (sprains, strains, fractures) and joint injections among other services.
Dr. Sprockel has worked with the Houston Dynamo and numerous non-profit organizations providing education and medical services. He has also worked with several high schools in the Greater Houston area.
Dr. Sprockel is a Houstonian who attended Clear Lake High School and is fluent in Spanish and Dutch. He is an avid soccer fan and believes that playing sports is a great way to exercise and improve your health.
Alex M. Su, MD
Alex Su was born in a suburb of Chicago, but was transplanted to Houston when he was 3 years old. He grew up in the Spring Branch area and attended Stratford High School. He graduated from Rice University, then went on to Baylor College of Medicine where he got his medical degree. He completed his residency training at Memorial Family Practice Residency Program where he served as chief resident his final year.
Alex is board certified in Family Medicine. His clincial interests include infants and children as well as chronic adult diseases, including diabetes and hypertension.
When he is not in the office, Dr. Su enjoys spending time with his wife and his four children. He enjoys reading science fiction/fantasy when he as a few spare moments. Before having the children he enjoyed computer gaming, but currently has no time for it.
Robert C. Vanzant, MD
Robert Vanzant is a native Houstonian. He graduated
from Rice University and Baylor College of Medicine. He was the chief resident in Baltimore where he performed his Family Practice residency. Dr. Vanzant started a practice in Houston 1977.
Chief of staff, Memorial City Hospital; Chief of Staff of Houston Methodist West Hospital; President, Harris County Family Practice Academy; President, Houston Academy of Medicine, and President, Harris County Medical Society.
Clinical interests include preventive care for all ages and management of chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, and high cholesterol. He has several 4-generation families in his practice.
Dr. Vanzant has been married for more than 40 years and has 2 daughters and 6 grandchildren. When not in the office he enjoys gardening, traveling, reading, and SCUBA diving.