Meet Our Providers
Dr. Leo Tynan
As an avid naturalist, he loves the outdoors, especially hiking and birding, in particular, falconry. In addition to his professional commitments, Dr. Tynan serves on the Board of Last Chance Forever, a rehabilitation facility for birds of prey.
Dr. Phil Maple
Dr. Rad Kothmann
Dr. Kothmann lives here in Fredericksburg with his wife, Shelly, and their 2 children, Cassidy and Tess. He sees patients of all ages for both acute and chronic medical conditions.
Dr. Jeff Holt
Dr Holt enjoys playing the piano and guitar, and he also enjoys fishing. He lives here in Fredericksburg with his wife and their children. He loves spending time with his family.
Dr. Jennifer Mayben
the Women’s health Track. After residency, Dr. Mayben obtained her Masters in Public Health from the University of Texas Health Science Center in Houston while completing a Primary Care Research Fellowship at Baylor College of Medicine.
- Undergraduate: University of Texas at Austin, Bachelor of Zoology, Honors (1992-1995)
- Medical School: University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX, Doctor of Medicine (1997-2001)
- Internship: University of Alabama at Birmingham Internal Medicine Residency (2001-2002)
- Residency: University of Alabama at Birmingham Internal Medicine Residency, Women’s Health Track (2002-2004)
- Fellowship: Baylor College of Medicine Primary Care Fellowship (2004-2006)
- Post-Graduate Medical Training: University of Texas Health Science Center, School of Public Health, Master of Public Health, Houston, TX (2004-2006)
- Board Certification: American Board of Internal Medicine, Diplomat
Dr. Rebecca Daley
Dr. Rebecca Daley was born in Pasadena, Texas and graduated from Deer Park High School. She graduated from Texas Women’s University in 1993 with a BS in biology and attended the University of North Texas Health Science Center at Fort Worth, Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine where she earned her Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine degree in 1997.
She completed her internship and residency in Family Medicine at Dallas Southwest Medical Center and is board certified in Family Medicine and Osteopathic Manipulative Treatment.
Dr. Daley, her husband Bruce, and her 3 children have lived in Fredericksburg since 2010 after relocating from Liberty, Texas. They enjoy an active lifestyle, love soccer, track, and swimming.
Dr. Daley is an adjunct clinical Professor in the Department of Family Medicine and the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine as well as a part-time assistant professor in the Developing Osteopathic Clinical Skills division at the University of the incarnate Word School of Osteopathic Medicine.
She is the medical director for Ave Maria Hospice here in Fredericksburg and serves on the Good Samaritan Board of Directors.
As an MDVIP physician who puts great value in prevention, Dr. Daley’s focus in care is rooted in engaging in a whole person approach to her patient’s health, looking beyond the symptoms as well as identifying that a person’s lifestyle and environmental factors have a substantial impact on their wellbeing. Her commitment to patients is to listen to them, provide holistic, empathic medicine, promoting the body’s natural tendency toward health and healing and utilizing evidence-based medicine for treatment.
Dr. Michael Johnson
Dr. Johnson, his wife Jennifer, and two daughters, moved to Boerne, Texas, in 2009 after Jennifer joined the staff at Boerne Vision Center where she is a practicing Optometrist.
Dr. Maggie Gainer
Lisa Kott, FNP-C
Lisa is a nurse practitioner who joined us in March. She served our country in the Army and is currently active in the National Guard. She moved to Fredericksburg to live closer to family. With experience in primary care and emergency medicine, Lisa is comfortable with patients of all ages and is skilled at managing both acute medical problems as well as chronic health conditions. She is committed to preventative medicine for patients and has a special interest in women’s health issues. She is also certified in DOT physicals. She is currently accepting new patients.
Aaron Saul, Jr. FNP-C
Aaron grew up in Kerrville where he graduated from high school in 1990. After serving in the US Army, he returned home and attended Schreiner University to study Nursing in 1999. He attended San Antonio College where he completed his Associates Degree in Nursing in 2004. After working as a cardiac, critical care, and trauma nurse for many years, he returned to school and finished his master’s degree in Nursing in Family Medicine from Frontier Nursing University in 2020. Aaron now lives in Harper with his wife of 30 years. Aaron enjoys providing comprehensive primary care to patients of all ages.
When Aaron is not working, he enjoys traveling with his wife, hunting, fishing, cooking bbq, and spending time with his grandchildren.