Copperfield Family Medicine, P.A.
Offices of Arthur W. (Trey) Hillert, MD & Carlotta Hillert, MD

Your Subtitle text
Location & Hours of Operation

7555 Cherry Park Drive (just off Hwy 6 North)
Houston, Texas   77095
Phone (281) 345 - 4747

Open Monday - Friday
9:00 AM - Noon and 1:30 PM - 5:00 PM


As we are sure you are aware, there is a great deal of concern and uncertainty about how the new coronavirus will affect us all.  We share your concern. 

Because we know that you have a lot of things to worry about, our office is doing everything in our power to see patients in a safe manner and continue providing uninterrupted care for chronic/on-going medical conditions as well as taking care of some acute/sudden illness that are bound to spring up.  In addition to more frequent surface disinfecting, we are trying to limit the number of patients who are inside the office at any one time and direct anyone who calls with worrisome symptoms to off-site facilities for appropriate management (which may include testing). 

We value our relationships within the community and are looking forward to many more years in Copperfield.

Please bear with us through these stressful times, as we may occasionally have trouble answering the telephone, returning messages quickly, or operating with a slightly different schedule than you have      come to know.

As always, your care is very important to us.              Be aware that as a doctor's office, we are classified         by the government as an "essential business" and              your travel to see us for any reason is                 NOT a violation of a "stay at home" order.

COVID-19 VACCINES:  So far, we have not been notified that we will be receiving any vaccines for our patients.  If you have the opportunity to receive it somewhere, we urge you to do it.                         Please do not wait for our office to receive a shipment--we have no idea if that will happen.

About Our Physicians and Office
Drs. Trey and Carlotta Hillert are Board Certified Family Medicine physicians who are also a husband and wife team.  Both born, raised, and trained in Texas, they received their Medical Doctorate Degrees from the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio in 1997, after which they completed internships and residencies at the UTMB program at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Beaumont, Texas. In 2000, they opened their practices together in the Copperfield area of suburban northwest Houston, where they are proud to live and care for their friends and neighbors. 

We value our reputation in our community and realize that you are a lot more likely to tell others about a bad experience than a good one.  Our staff takes great pride in making your time here as pleasant as possible. 

Patients are seen by appointment.  In order to give everyone the time they need, we do not "double-book" our appointment slots.  This means that you are the only patient that the doctor has for your time.
Aetna (most types)
Assurant Health
Blue Cross/Blue Shield (except HMO Blue)
Cigna (most types)
Humana (most types)
Memorial Hermann/M-Health/MMHNP
Principal Life
Texas True Choice
TriCare (Traditional and  Prime)
United Healthcare (UHC)
...and others - please call if in doubt

We are not currently accepting new Medicare patients.

Of Special Interest...
Both doctors Hillert take cardiovascular disease very seriously.  They realized years ago that the majority of heart attacks and strokes can be prevented as long as every risk factor was addressed.  For this reason, they are more aggressive in their treatment of blood pressure, high cholesterol & triglycerides, and diabetes than most physicians you will find.  Whenever possible, they perform advanced lipid testing on their patients in order to look way beyond the "stone age" tests that most offices use.  Also, CIMT (carotid intima media thickness) scans are done in the office to provide the earliest possible detection of potential problems within the blood vessels, allowing treatment to begin early in the course of disease instead of waiting until symptoms arise.  There are also some genetic tests that enable patients to see if they have hereditary factors that predispose them to cardiovascular disease.

   *    *    *    *    *    *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *   *
Website Builder