Patti Olusola, MD is a board-certified Family Medicine physician who practices and teaches in the Family Medicine clinic at the UT Health North Campus Tyler. She is an Associate Professor of Family Medicine and serves as the medical student Clerkship Site Director. She is a member of the Texas Medical Association, Texas Academy of Family Physicians, American Academy of Family Physicians, and the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine. When not at work she enjoys spending time with her family watching movies, playing sports, and enjoying outdoor activities. She and her husband have two children.

Education & Training

McLennan County Medical Education and Research Foundation
Faculty Development Fellowship, 2004
University of Texas Health Sciences Center at Tyler
Family Medicine Residency, 2003
Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
MD, 2000
Texas Tech University
B.S. Biochemistry, 1996​

Research Interests

Dr. Olusola has participated in various clinical quality improvement projects and has special interest in women’s health research including HPV and cervical dysplasia, fibroids, and long-acting reversible contraception.

Publication Highlights

Michele C. Bosworth, MD, Patti B. Olusola, MD, and Sarah B. Low, MD: An Update on Emergency Contraception. Am Fam Physician. Apr 1;89(7):545-550, 2014. (PMID: 24695600)
K Roden, J Bracks, M Tran, P Olusola. What is the optimal anticoagulation strategy within the first year of bioprosthetic valve replacement? Evidence-Based Practice. 2018; 21 (3): 15-16. P Olusola, J Moulton, L Santoro, B Dieu, Q Bascombe. Does ordering MRIs affect management in acute knee pain? Evidence-Based Practice. 2018; 21 (7): 20-21.