Dr Street was raised in Abilene, TX and attended Wylie High School before earning a bachelor’s degree in Civil and Structural Engineering from Texas Tech University in Lubbock. After college, he enlisted as an infantryman and paratrooper and deployed to Iraq with the 82nd Airborne in support of Operation Iraqi Freedom. Following his deployment, he became an officer in the Army Engineer Corps. He was honorably discharged after 6 years of service and moved back home to Texas with his wife Jessica.
A short stint as a structural engineer in East Texas provided motivation to go back to school. He attended medical school in Fort Worth at Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine, and his family began to grow. He was in a rural program during medical school and was excited to have the opportunity to learn at Rolling Plains Memorial Hospital during his internal medicine rotation with Dr. Kassis here in Sweetwater.
He became interested in sports medicine during medical school, having been active in sports all his life and as a soldier. He completed a residency in pediatrics in Lubbock at Texas Tech, where he continued to develop his passion for musculoskeletal medicine. He was blessed to be able to continue his training with a sports medicine fellowship in San Antonio.
Now that he is back home in West Texas with his family, he is able to use his training in sports medicine and pediatrics. His two favorite aspects of his work are: 1) taking of children of all shapes and sizes, and 2) helping people of all ages with injuries, aches, and pains to move again.
We are proud to be able to offer Nolan County and the surrounding communities general pediatrics services, as well as sports medicine for all ages.
Newborn Hospital Coverage
Inpatient Hospital Care
Well Child Checks and Immunizations