Dr. Michael Crossley, M.D.

Dr. Michael Crossley was born in Nottingham Forest, England and came to Texas during high school for a study abroad program. He loved it so much, he moved back permanently in Texas.  In 1982, he married Kimberly Mahana (Crossley). They have 4 children, and 12 grandchildren.

He graduated from Lamar University in 1986 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology. In 1990, Michael became a Doctor of Medicine from the University of Texas medical branch in Galveston. From 1990-1994, he served his residency in El Paso, Texas specializing in Emergency Medicine.

Dr. Crossley has been practicing ER medicine in various local hospitals from 1994-Current. Including: Park Place Hospital, Port Arthur,  Baptist Hospital, Beaumont,  Renaissance Hospital, Port Arthur,  and St. Mary’s, Port Arthur. He’s currently a co-owner of Golden Triangle Emergency Center in Beaumont.


Christopher Quirante, P.A.C.

Chris was born in Manila, Philippines and came to the U.S. when he was 5 years old. He and his family lived in the Detroit, Michigan area for four years and then moved to Port Arthur, Texas in 1975. He graduated from Nederland High School in 1984. He has been happily married to his wife, Benjeline, since 1990. They have four children and have been residents of Vidor, Texas since 2011.

Chris graduated from Pennsylvania College of Technology in Williamsport, Pennsylvania where he obtained his Bachelor of Science in Physician Assistant in 1999. He also holds a Bachelor of Science in Economics from Brigham Young University in 1993. He has worked in a variety of settings as a physician assistant. His first job as a physician assistant was in Dumas, Texas in the Emergency Department for Moore County Hospital District. He also ran an occupational clinic for Swift Foods (formerly ConAgra Foods) part-time. From there, he worked for Summit Orthopedics in Idaho Falls, Idaho. He continued to utilize his emergency room experience while in Idaho by also working at Eastern Idaho Regional Medical Center’s emergency room. He was then recruited to Lubbock, Texas where he assisted a neurosurgeon at Neurosurgical Associates of Lubbock. After four years in Lubbock, he moved his family to Katy, Texas where he worked in a variety of settings including urgent care centers and family practice clinics throughout Houston. It was during this time that Chris realized his true desire which was to have a family practice clinic. 

Thanks to Dr. Michael K. Crossley and his wife Kimberly, Chris has had the wonderful privilege of opening Heart of Texas Family Medicine in 2011. Chris and his family have immensely enjoyed  the hospitality and warmth of the people of Southeast Texas. He has said that of all the jobs that  he has had, nothing has been more rewarding and enjoyable than serving the people of Southeast Texas in the setting of family practice. He is grateful to be a part of the community and looks forward to continuing to serve the people in the region.