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Michael Racs, DO, MBA

5.0 out of 5 
Family Medicine
Physician Group: 
UT Health East Texas Physicians
Practices At: 

UT Health East Texas Physicians Whitehouse - Family Medicine

601 Highway 110 N.
Ste. O
Whitehouse, TX 75791
By Appointment
Monday - Friday 
8 a.m. - 5 p.m. 

Michael Racs, DO, MBA, is a board-certified family medicine physician at UT Health East Texas Physicians in Whitehouse who sees patients ages 6 months and older. He also served as Lieutenant Commander of the Medical Corps in the United States Navy.

“I chose to pursue healthcare because I wanted to do something challenging that has positive impact on people’s lives. I wanted to be on the front lines of care, to provide services to all age ranges. Family medicine provides a connection with the patient that no other specialty can. There is a long-term bond with patients and their families, sharing good and hard times, almost as part of the family.”

When not seeing patients, Dr. Racs enjoys hiking, cycling, golf, riding motorcycles and spending time with his children.

Dr. Racs is employed as a clinical faculty physician at the University of Texas Health Science Center at Tyler under the UT Tyler School of Medicine.

Board Certifications: 

American Board of Family Medicine, Board Certification


Residency: Family Medicine, Naval Hospital Jacksonville, Jacksonville, Fla.

Internship: Internal Medicine, Naval Medical Center San Diego, San Diego, Calif.

Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine: Kansas City University of Medicine and Biosciences, Kansas City, Mo.

Master of Business Administration: Rockhurst University, Kansas City, Mo.

Bachelor of Art: Biology, The University of Texas at Austin

Associate of Art: Kilgore College

Flight Surgeon, Certification

Fleet Marine Force Warfare Officer, Certification

Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Medal, Recipient

Featured Reviews



Dr . Racs is a very good dr .

   — Penny Grace4me


Caring and interested in my well being. No wait - seen within a few minutes of arriving

   — Ronald Fix