• Wellness For Life

Cotton D. Feray, M.D. & Lance M. Feray, D.O.

"Experience awesome service and super friendliness at Dr. Cotton Feray's and Dr. Lance Feray's office. Their staff has been with them for many years and are skilled professionals dedicated to giving each patient the best of care. Dr. Cotton and Dr. Lance see problems from acne to viruses and treat all patients from newborns to geriatrics . (They are not accepting new Medicare patients at this time.)"

Protect your most important asset, your family's health, by making the smart decision to meet Dr. Cotton Feray and Dr. Lance Feray, doctors you can trust with the entire family's health and well-being.

  • Appointment desk is answered "live" daily at 7:00 a.m. ( or at least as lively as we can get our employees to be at 7:00 a.m.! ) You never get voice mail or wait for someone to call you back to make appointment.

  • Appointments are available as early as *7:00 am*.

  • Short Waiting Time! Our goal is to seat our patients within 20 minutes of their appointment time...and 95 percent of the time we do!

  • Open every Saturday morning from 7:00 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. Walk-ins must arrive before 9:30 a.m.

Dr. Cotton Feray and Dr. Lance Feray have a reputation for treating families with care.

Same Day Appointments

for bronchitis, sore throats, ear infections and sports physicals

Flu Shots are Here!

Meet Our Doctors

Learn who we are

  • Cotton D. Feray, M.D.

    Dr. Cotton Feray is a man who describes the two greatest joys in life as the God-given ability to practice healing and the opportunity to relish time with his family, especially his grandchildren who live nearby.

  • Lance M. Feray, D.O.

    Dr. Lance Feray moved to the Klein/Tomball area at the age of six. He graduated from Klein Oak High School after serving as President of his junior class, and Parliamentarian on the Student Council. He graduated from Texas Christian University and Oklahoma College of Osteopathic Medicine, and completed a residency at Dartmouth Family Practice in central Maine where he was elected chief resident by his peers.

Testimonials

What our patients say about us

    I believe that in life there are probably four or five certain character defining moments.....flashes in time that involve decisions which will reflect the exact nature of a person’s soul. The choices that a person makes in that moment reflect the person’s authentic self.

    I’d been known for years as the outgoing redhead and always thought my red hair was my best feature. So I was quite upset in the fall of 2005 to learn I would lose my hair due to chemotherapy. I worried about losing my identity and not being attractive to my husband.
    I’d always known that Dr. Cotton was intuitive, a great listener and full of compassion toward his patients. He really has a knack for putting himself in the patient’s shoes! But I really realized the depth of his character when he came home one afternoon with a BALD HEAD. He had shaved his head to support me in my fight against cancer! And he kept shaving it until MY hair started coming back! His wonderful supporting gesture touched my heart beyond anything else he’d ever done for me in our 39 years together. He is truly the most compassionate person I have ever known.

    ...
    Read More Marilyn Feray

    My husband and I have been patients of Dr. Cotton for many years. We like his common sense approach in our treatment. He is very thorough.

    Sincerely, J.M.

    My children are ages 10, 8 and 6mo. Dr. Lance has taken care of the youngest since birth and the older two since he came in 1998. I can always get an appointment on short notice when they are ill. He has seen us through many ear infections, fevers, rashes and respiratory infections as well as routine immunizations and well-child checks. A family man himself, he is gentle and obviously loves kids. He is very warm toward the children and they love to see him. When one of my daughters required hospitalization, he listened and was calm, conservative and VERY REASSURING. He treated my daughter as if she was his own.

    ...
    Read More Sincerely, P.W.

    Dr. Lance is the most caring doctor I’ve ever had.

    Sincerely, M.W.

    We see N.P. Anne and appreciate the time she takes to listen to us. There are many friendly (employee) faces in Dr. Feray’s office. We feel like we are ‘friends”. We like how we never have to wait too long when we have an appointment. And we are always able to get ‘worked in’ when we are sick.

    Sincerely, J.A.M.

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Hours Of Operation

Our Regular Schedule

Monday:

7:00 am-4:00 pm

Tuesday:

7:00 am-4:00 pm

Wednesday:

7:00 am-4:00 pm

Thursday:

7:00 am-4:00 pm

Friday:

7:00 am-10:00 am

Saturday:

7:00 am-10:00 am

Sunday:

Closed