Felix Hull, MD

SIGS Facilitator

Felix Hull, MD joined the UIWSOM faculty as a facilitator for SIGS in July 2021. He recently retired from OB/GYN and Medical Hypnosis private practice in Austin, Texas, and as Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Texas at Austin Dell Medical School’s Department of Women’s Health. He also recently served as Clinical Assistant Professor at the Texas A&M School of Medicine at Round Rock in the Obstetrics and Gynecology department. 

Dr. Hull received the 2015 Silver-Level award for “Excellence in Academic Medicine” from the Texas Medical Association’s Council on Medical Education and the Subcommittee for Academic Physicians. The award recognized his “commitment to academic medicine in teaching and service to organized medicine” while he was a preceptor and Clinical Assistant Professor at the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston’s OB/GYN department.

Some of the most rewarding experiences of his medical career include teaching OB/GYN and Family Practice residents, medical students, and nurse practitioner students. The transition from teacher to mentor of graduated students and residents has been very gratifying.

For eighteen years, Dr. Hull served as representative for the Texas Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, and the Texas Section of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, to both the Inter-Specialty Society Committee of the Texas Medical Association and the TMA House of Delegates. Dr. Hull served on numerous committees in the Travis County Medical Society and at St. David’s Medical Center in Austin. He served four years as chair of the St. David’s Medical Center OB/GYN department and four years on the Medical Executive Committee.

He attended Baylor College of Medicine in Houston for medical school and his OB/GYN residency. After graduation, Dr. Hull moved to Austin and established his solo private practice. He especially enjoyed practicing obstetrics because “you can always cure a pregnant woman and it’s a very happy event.” At last count, he delivered more than 9,300 babies during his private practice career.