Serving the northeastern part of the Houston metro area, our Humble health center is located on the corner of FM 1960 Bypass and Townsen Blvd in Humble near Hwy 59. The Humble health center is open Monday – Friday from 8am - 5pm.
K’Layn was born in Corpus Christi and raised in Sinton, Texas. She graduated with her Bachelors Degree from Texas A&M University and continued her education at Lamar University where she received her Masters and Dietetic Internship.
Prior to working at DiabetesAmerica, K’Layn was a Clinical Dietitian for Morrison Management Specialists. She chose to specialize in diabetes care because it has personally affected many of her close relatives. K’Layn is excited to be a part of the DiabetesAmerica team because she wants to help others in their struggles with diabetes and help prevent the progression of the disease.
K’Layn was raised by two wonderful parents and has a sister who attends Texas A&M. She and her husband Patrick have two dogs, Baxter and Lily. Her free time is spent with family, running and spending time outdoors.
Carol is a Registered Dietitian and has been a nutrition consultant for over 20 years. She earned her BA in Nutrition from University of Houston and completed her dietetic internship at Texas Women’s University in Houston. Carol is specialized in cardiovascular, diabetes, and weight management.
Carol believes that nutrition, exercise, and lifestyle changes are the keys to improve your health. She is excited to join the DiabetesAmerica team, because she enjoys being a leader in wellness in her community and seeing her patients take strides to become healthier individuals.
Carol loves to cook and work in her flower beds.
Min Liang, MD, PhD
Dr. Liang is board certified in Internal Medicine, completing her residency at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston.
She chose to specialize in diabetes because she enjoys giving her diabetes patients the tools to improve their glycemic control and establish a healthy lifestyle. Dr. Liang is a member of the American College of Physicians and the Texas Medical Association.
Dr. Liang has a happy family with two children. In her spare time, she enjoys cooking, traveling and spending time with her family.
Sarah MunozMedical Assistant
Sarah is originally from New Caney, Texas, now residing in Humble with her husband and daughter. She is a recent graduate from Everest Institute where she earned her Medical Assistant Degree. Sarah has hopes of furthering her education to become a nurse and believes DiabetesAmerica will help her obtain needed experience to do so. Some of her favorite things to do include watching western movies with her dad, rainy days and playing dress-up with her daughter.
Lead Medical Assistant
Melissa received her medical assistant diploma in 2001 at National Institute of Technology. She has been in the healthcare field for 10 years. She started working in women’s healthcare and when she was given the opportunity to learn a different form of diabetes care, she took it right away.
Melissa says she has learned so much working at DiabetesAmerica. It has also helped her make some changes to live a healthier life. She believes that DiabetesAmerica offers the best diabetes care and education to their patients.
She was born and raised in Houston, Texas. She is married and is the mother of three children. In her free time she spends time with family, hanging out at home, going out to eat, or see movies, or to the park. Her family is her pride and joy.
Cheryl Winter, MS RD, MS APRN, CDE, FNP-BC
Starting out in the healthcare arena as a masters-prepared registered dietitian, Cheryl has always been professionally driven by the mantra: “Food is Medicine and Medicine is Food.” After a 7-year career as a registered dietitian mostly working in the intensive care units of Houston’s Texas Medical Center, Cheryl concluded that becoming a nurse would help her empower her patients to understand the medicinal properties of food, in treating their health conditions. Therefore, Cheryl obtained a second bachelor’s degree and became a registered nurse. After many years of working as an intensive care nurse and treating the sickest of the sick, Cheryl became even more determined to reduce the significant suffering she witnessed and help prevent people from ever getting sick and requiring hospitalization in the first place. She therefore combined her nursing and nutrition credentials and forged her career in the outpatient diabetes arena to become a certified diabetes educator, working to keep people healthy and out of hospitals.
In 2006, Cheryl was fortunate to land an exciting job as a diabetes educator at a facility on the cutting edge of treatments that improve people’s lives. This facility was DiabetesAmerica. While working here, Cheryl knew she had found her calling in the area of diabetes and wanted to again further her knowledge by becoming a family nurse practitioner. Cheryl briefly left DiabetesAmerica to pursue this educational goal, but soon returned in September 2010 after her graduation with her second master’s degree. She is excited to be at DiabetesAmerica, practicing as a healthcare provider, where she is able to continue her mantra, “Food is Medicine and Medicine is Food,” since treatment with food is always her first choice in treating people with diabetes, along with individualizing care with other medically necessary treatments.
Cheryl lives with her husband in The Woodlands/Conroe, Texas area. They have two daughters, one a musical theater devotee living in New York City, and the other a meteorologist, working on a graduate degree at Rice University. When not working, Cheryl enjoys exercising, boating, painting, interior design, and spending quality time with her amazing family.