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An entire team
focused on
your needs.

Patient-centered care from our whole family to yours.


The interdisciplinary team at Faith Presbyterian Hospice combines expert medical care, pain management, and emotional and spiritual support to help patients and families through their final chapter together. We tailor service according to each patient’s needs and wishes. This caring team comes to wherever the patient calls “home,” and can include these specialists:

  • Board Certified Hospice and
    Palliative Care Physicians
  • Licensed nurses
  • Home health aides
  • Spiritual caregivers
  • Medical social workers
  • Certified Nursing Assistants
  • Hospice aides
  • Bereavement counselors
  • Child life specialists
  • Volunteer coordinator
  • Trained volunteers
  • Music therapists
  • Massage therapists

Meet Our Medical Director

Michael M. Bond, DO, FAAFP

Dr. Bond has and continues to serve as the personal physician to many high-profile leaders in the private sector as well as military and government service. His patients have included corporate leaders, entrepreneurs, surgeon generals of the uniformed services, members of the Joint Chiefs, and other domestic/foreign dignitaries. During his seven years of service in the United States Navy, Dr. Bond was appointed as the Medical Director for Executive Health Care at the National Naval Medical Center – “The President’s Hospital” in Bethesda, Maryland. He provided medical care for soldiers, sailors, and airmen wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan. He also served as an Assistant Professor of Family Medicine at the Uniformed Services University of Health Sciences from 2000-2004. Following his honorable discharge in 2004, Dr. Bond moved to Plano, Texas where he currently resides and practices family, emergency, and hospice medicine.

Michael M. Bond, DO, FAAFP

He attended Greenville University, a Christian liberal arts college, and majored in chemistry and biology to prepare for medical school. Thereafter, Dr. Bond attended Midwestern University – Chicago College of Osteopathic Medicine in Downers Grove, Illinois graduating in 1997. Dr. Bond completed his internship and residency training in Family Medicine at the Jacksonville Naval Hospital Family Medicine Residency Program. During his last year of residency, he was elected and served as Chief Resident in Family Medicine at the U.S. Military’s largest single-specialty residency program.

Dr. Bond is board certified by the American Board of Family Medicine, the American Board of Osteopathic Family Physicians, and the Board of Certification in Emergency Medicine by the American Board of Physician Specialists. In 2006, he was designated a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians. Dr. Bond has been engaged in end-of-life care for the past 13 years and became certified in hospice and palliative care in 2011. He actively practices emergency medicine and hospice & palliative care medicine in the Dallas Metroplex. In November 2017, Dr. Bond joined Faith Presbyterian Hospice as a medical director and a year later was appointed as Chief Medical Officer. He currently provides daily oversight for all medical operations which includes a 36-bed inpatient unit for severely ill hospice patients. Dr. Bond has a passion for end-of-life care and is recognized as an expert and thought leader in this evolving field of medicine. He has authored medical articles on a variety of medical topics in peer-reviewed medical journals and been featured as a speaker at several venues. In addition to his military decorations and other civilian recognitions, he is a life member of the National Eagle Scout Association. Dr. Bond resides with his wife and their three children in Plano, Texas. He enjoys cooking, saltwater reef aquaria, and medical history.

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