Kyle ER & Hospital Doctors

A Special Thank You to Our Doctors

March 30 is National Doctors’ Day, a time to recognize the heroic measures doctors take to keep their communities safe and healthy. We would like to personally thank the remarkable physicians at Kyle ER & Hospital!

Our incredible team of emergency physicians go above and beyond to put our patients first. We appreciate each of you and thank you from the bottom of our hearts for all the long hours you endure, the sacrifices you make, and the courageous work you do for our community. Kyle ER & Hospital would not be where it is today without our amazing team of doctors!

“Only a life lived for others is a life worthwhile.” – Albert Einstein.

Get to Know Our Extraordinary Doctors

Dr. Amanda Dupont 

Dr. Dupont received both her bachelor’s and Doctor of Medicine degrees from Case Western Reserve University. She completed her residency in Emergency Medicine at Carolina’s Medical Center in Charlotte, NC, in July 2001 and is now a board-certified physician with the American Board of Emergency Medicine. When she’s not tending to patients, she is raising her two children in Northwest Austin.  

Fun fact: Her interests are yoga, outdoor activities, health maintenance, and nutrition. 

Dr. Donna Campbell 

Dr. Campbell is a board-certified emergency room physician, retired ophthalmologist, and proud parent of four daughters. She lives in New Braunfels and represents Senate District 25, a six-county district that includes parts of San Antonio and Austin. She received her M.D. from Texas Tech University and currently works in free-standing emergency rooms across the state, including San Antonio and Austin. 

Fun fact: In 2012, she became the fifteenth woman to ever serve in the Texas Senate!

Dr. Hachem Dadouch 

In 1999, after getting his board certification in both Internal Medicine and Emergency Medicine in America, Dr. Dadouch returned to his home country, Syria. There, he worked on advancing Emergency Medicine in the country. After moving to Texas in 2011 due to unrest in Syria, Dr. Dadouch continued to work in multiple freestanding emergency centers in Austin, serving his community through exceptional patient care. 

Fun fact: While in Syria, he worked as a consultant for the Minister of Health for Disaster and Emergency Medicine. 

We tip our hat to these three accomplished doctors who help make Kyle ER & Hospital the highly regarded medical facility it is. In honor of #DoctorsDay, be sure to thank a doctor in your life who has made an impact on you!