Dr. Christina Propst was born in New York City and raised in the New York metro area. She attended high school at Horace Mann School in New York and graduated from Princeton University in 1991.
At Princeton, she majored in Politics and completed her Pre-Med requirements, graduating Cum Laude. After college, Dr. Propst taught English in Tokyo, Japan for 2 years, traveling extensively in Asia whenever possible. Upon returning to the US, she enrolled at Tulane School of Medicine in New Orleans, graduating in 1998. Dr. Propst was elected to the Alpha Omega Alpha Honor Medical Society, an honor bestowed upon the top tier of American medical students.
Dr. Propst moved to Houston in 1998 for her pediatric residency training at Baylor College of Medicine-affiliated hospitals (including Ben Taub General Hospital and Texas Children’s Hospital) which she completed in 2001. The same year, Dr. Propst became board certified by the American Board of Pediatrics and became a Fellow of the American Academy of Pediatrics.
Dr. Propst has worked in group practice in Houston for 17 years before joining Blue Fish in 2018 and has been voted “Best Pediatrician” in the Bellaire Examiner in numerous reader polls. She has authored and co-authored several Op-Ed pieces advocating for children and promoting child safety. Throughout her career, Dr. Propst has provided thorough and compassionate care for children and she strongly values Blue Fish’s commitment to patient-centered, evidence-based, preventative medicine.
Dr. Propst is married to her college sweetheart, Tristan. They have 2 sons, Aidan and Casey, who were both born in Houston. In her spare time, Dr. Propst enjoys exercising, travel, sailing, skiing and gardening. She particularly treasures time spent with her family and considers parenthood to be the most educational, challenging, rewarding and fulfilling experience of her life.
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Blue Fish Greater Heights
1900 N. Loop W., Suite 100
Houston, TX 77018
Office Phone: (713) 461-8070
Office Fax: (713) 467-1104
Please use email for non-urgent business matters only. For all urgent and health matters please call the office to ensure a timely response.
Monday-Friday: 9am – 3pm*
Saturday and Sunday: Closed
*Phone lines open at 8:30am. On weekdays for lunch, our office is closed from 12PM-1PM.
In the event of an emergency, dial 911 and then contact our office at (713) 461-8070. If it is after hours, the office recording will give you the number to our page operator.
If you suspect your child has swallowed medicine or poison, dial 1-800-POISON-1 and contact our office at (713) 461-8070. If it is after hours, the office recording will give you the number to our page operator.
Sometimes, due to technical problems or the fact that the on call doctor is attending to another patient, your call may not be returned within 15 minutes. In this case please contact the page operator again and a doctor will return your call shortly.
During office hours, please call the office at (713) 461-8070 and ask to speak to a nurse.
After hours, please consult Health Topics on our website. If you have further questions or you need to contact one of our doctors, our office recording will give you the number to our page operator.
Sometimes, due to technical problems or the fact that the on-call doctor is attending to another patient, your call may not be returned within 15 minutes. In this case please contact the page operator again and a doctor will return your call shortly.
If you have a non-urgent question, please call (713) 461-8070. Leave your name, telephone number, time of your call, and question and we will return your call in a timely fashion.
- Messages received in the morning during office hours (8:30 AM to 12:00 noon) will be returned by lunch time (12:00 noon to 2:00 PM).
- Messages received in the afternoon during office hours (12:00 noon to 5:00 PM) will be returned by the end of the business day (5:00 PM)
- Messages received after hours will be returned by noon the following business day.
You may also send general questions by email to:
(Please, no medical questions at this time. Thank you.)