Dr. Faryal Turtle is from Bryan, TX, a born and raised “Texas Aggie.” She graduated with honors, double majoring in biochemistry and genetics, from Texas A&M University. She then studied at Texas A&M Health Science Center College of Medicine and completed her full spectrum family medicine residency training at Texas A&M Family Medicine Residency Program in 2018. She has a passion for preventive care, women’s health, and full spectrum care.

Throughout her training, Dr. Turtle volunteered at the free clinic “Health for All” and developed an education curriculum for underserved diabetic patients to better understand their diasease. Dr. Turtle also spent three years in basic science research studying the pathogenesis of Mouse Hepatitis Virus. She has a passion for teaching and has spent time educating everyone from middle school students in medical science courses to medical students, sports trainers, and residents.

Dr. Turtle is thrilled to join the team of caregivers at Taylorsville Clinic. She hopes to continue serving a diverse patient population with all of their health care needs. Outside of her life as a physician, she enjoys traveling, hiking, cooking, country western dancing, photography, and spending time with her husband Joel and their dog Milo.