Eric A. Jones, MD received his medical degree from the University of Washington School of Medicine in Seattle, Washington, where he graduated with Honors. He completed his urologic surgery training at the renowned Clark Urologic Center at UCLA School of Medicine. His pediatric urology fellowship training was completed at Baylor College of Medicine, and Texas Children’s Hospital in Houston, TX.  Dr. Jones is board certified in Urology, as well as sub-specialty certified in Pediatric Urology, although he restricts his practice to Pediatric Urology.  Dr. Jones began practicing pediatric urology in Houston in 2003. He began his career on the academic faculty at Baylor College of Medicine. He is a graduate of the Clinical Scientist Training Program. He remains an active member of the urologic surgery and pediatric urology fellowship training programs at Baylor College of Medicine, and University of Texas-Houston medical school. He has numerous publications to his credit, and has authored a number of urologic textbook chapters.

Patience Wildenfels, MD received her medical degree from Louisiana State University in New Orleans, graduating with Honors. She completed her urologic surgery training at the University of Texas Medical Branch. During that time she received numerous awards including the Gold Foundation Humanism in Medicine and Excellence in Teaching Award. She completed her Pediatric Urology Fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine with Texas Children’s Hospital. During that time she also completed the Clinical Scientist Training Program. Dr. Wildenfels joined Dr. Jones at Houston Pediatric Urology, PA and maintains privileges at The Woman’s Hospital of Texas, Memorial Hermann Hospital, Clear Lake Regional Hospital, Grammercy Surgical Center and Oakbend Surgical Hospital. She participates in the University of Texas-Houston. Urologic Training program. She has authored and contributed to numerous urologic publications. Dr. Wildenfels also has travelled internationally providing urologic care to underdeveloped countries. She is an active member of both Galveston and Houston communities giving her time to several charitable causes.