Dr. Judy Rhee was born and raised on the north side of the greater Dallas area until she moved to Houston to attend college at Rice University. She graduated from Rice with a double major in Biology and Biochemistry in 1999. Continuing her travel around the great state of Texas, she graduated from the University of Texas at San Antonio Medical School in 2003. That same year, she ventured out of her home state finally, moving to Chicago for pediatric residency at Rush University Medical Center. After graduating from pediatric residency in 2006, Dr. Rhee returned home to Texas where she worked as faculty with Baylor College of Medicine in the Texas Children’s Hospital Neonatology Department until 2017. During this time, she worked mostly from St Luke’s Hospital The Woodlands, where she mostly cared for newborns (healthy and premature).
Her 10 years of experience with NICU and well babies has given her a special interest in newborn care as well as breastfeeding. After 10 years doing hospital work, Dr. Rhee is most excited to be back in the clinic where she can bond with kids and their families and watch her patients grow up healthy. Dr. Rhee also speaks conversational Korean and some Spanish.
Dr. Rhee met her husband in 2003 during orientation in medical school, and they were married in May 2007. They have two children, Austin (born in October 2008) and Hannah (born in September 2010). Although life is currently full of kiddie activities like ballet/gymnastics classes, baseball games and church activities, in her free time, she enjoys outdoor activities (swimming/biking) with the kids, baking, and a good family game/movie night.
Blue Fish Woodlands
920 Medical Plaza Dr., Suite 530
Shenandoah, TX 77380
Office Phone: (832) 562-2009
Office Fax: (832) 562-2007
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: 8:30am – 5pm*
Saturday and Sunday: Closed
*Phone lines open at 8:30am. On weekdays for lunch, they are closed between noon and 1:30pm.
In the event of an emergency, dial 911 and then contact our office at (832) 562-2009. 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 us at our office (832) 562-2009. 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 (832) 562-2009 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 (832) 562-2009. 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.)