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4333 N. Josey Lane, Plaza II, Ste. 302 Carrollton, TX 75010

Serving the community since 1987

Jeffrey G. Stewart, M.D., F.A.A.F.P.

Meet Dr. Stewart

Dr. Jeffrey G. Stewart, is a Family Medicine Doctor in Carrollton, TX, and is affiliated with Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital. He has more than 25 years of diverse experience and skill in family medicine. Dr. Stewart’s academic memberships include the American Academy of Family Physicians, Texas Medical Association, and Dallas County Medical Society. His peers have honored him for several years as one of the "Best Doctors in Dallas" by D Magazine. Outside of professional interests, Dr. Stewart enjoys living in Uptown Dallas, going to the movies, traveling, and spending time with his dogs, Peanut and Penny. 

Education & Training

Dr. Stewart completed his undergraduate degree at Baylor University in Waco, TX. After graduating with honors and receiving his Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology, he continued on to medical school. Dr. Stewart attended the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas, where he received his medical degree. He served family medicine residency at McLennan County Medical Education and Research Foundation, an affiliate of University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Waco, TX. After receiving his medical degree, he moved to the greater Dallas area, where he now practices at Family Medicine Associates of Texas. 

Skills & Specialties

His primary specialty is family medicine, which means he is a primary care physician of people ranging from infancy to adulthood. Instead of focusing on one area of expertise, he has extensive training in general medicine, which includes the care of a broad-range of ailments. Dr. Stewart’s special interests include clinical research studies, preventive medicine, and adolescent and adult medical care.

Certifications & Awards



"I was a patient of Dr. Stewart for over 10 years. He was a professional and his staff was very competent too!"



"My wife and I moved to this practice, as patients of Dr. Jeffrey Stewart, back in 2016.  I was sick and my internist’s staff in Dallas told me to go to a ’doc-in-the-box’ or wait 3 days.  Couldn’t do that, and it happened twice in a period of 2 months during flu season, so we decided to change doctors.  Looking through our plan, we found this practice not far from us.We also found that Family Medicine Associates could see me that day and I was assigned to Dr. Stewart.  Later we discovered they have Saturday office hours and at various times both my wife and I have been there on a Saturday if we were ill and didn’t want to go to the urgent care center or wait until Monday.A couple years ago Dr. Stewart began treating my wife’s high blood sugar and at a certain point her case became more complex so he referred us to an endocrinologist.   This was a life-changing moment that probably saved my wife’s life.  I’ve just been referred to a urologist for an issue that requires a higher level of specialty, the outcome of which is uncertain at this point.What you should take away from this is that it is comforting to have a physician who knows when it’s time to call in a specialist.  Doctors don’t know everything about everything, if they are the right kind of person to know their own limitations and we respect this in Dr. Stewart.  He has not steered us wrong yet and we have no reason to expect he would.I’d rather go to him knowing that if he feels we should dig deeper he will send us out to a professional colleague whom he knows for a higher level of care if it’s needed.  It’s about what each type of physician is trained for.And for physicals, I have my annual physical every year, in 2 parts, with Dr. Stewart.  This is not this medical practice’s policy, it’s standard procedure for a complete physical.  Get your blood and urine work done first, and return a 2nd time to review the results and develop a plan of action.  We are fortunate to have very good health care coverage and it covers the 2-part physical 100%.  A lot of this depends on your coverage, so know your policy’s parameters before you go somewhere and think you are being taken advantage of.We’ve never had issue with the office staff, either, nor any billing issues.  Don’t rely on others to know your coverage.  Learn what is covered and for how much and pay attention, ask questions, and always review your EOBs.  Especially in this tough time, this practice is well-organized to handle your needs in person or remotely and they seem to be a group of caring professionals who have just one interest - your well-being."



"I have been a patient at FMAT for over 20 years.  I have a complex medical history.  During a ROUTINE physical, a 10 pound tumor that had atrophied my kidney was discovered.  I Never knew it was there.  My hand was held as they searched for the right doctor and hospital to remove it.  Years later after I developed heart problems, they guided me to the best doctor and hospital where I had a heart transplant.  I continue to be a patient and have seen various doctors over the years.  Dr. Stewart is my doctor there.  Yes, a physical takes two appointments, but with good reason.  The first is for bloodwork.  The second is for the actual physical and review of labs.  In my opinion, that’s excellent should you need to discuss diabetes, anemia, or anything else blood related.  I like that there are multiple doctors there as well as PA’s, so you can pretty much get an appointment whenever."



"Great facility, eleven years in a row for me. Most of the original staff is still here all these years. Taking great care during Covid to screen patients. Easy to use telemedicine platform, same great care. Shout outs to Braden, Hischke, Stewart and the many nurses who make it all happen."



"Dr Stewart has been my doctor for over 20 years. He is always attentive and supportive. Makes accurate diagnoses. I highly recommend him and his staff to anyone wanting competent, compassionate health care."



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