“I really like results – being able to take someone from feeling terrible to feeling better in a matter of hours and to provide answers to the patients who need them. While trauma and acute care can be emotionally trying, it is especially rewarding to be able to give trauma patients and their families comfort – even in their worst times.”

Board Certifications

  • General Surgery
  • Trauma Surgery

Area of Expertise

  • Acute Care



Baylor University Medical Center
Trauma Surgery
Dallas, TX

Internship and Residency

Baylor University Medical Center
General Surgery
Dallas, TX
2010 and 2014

Medical School

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
Doctor of Medicine
Lubbock, TX

Undergraduate School

Texas Tech University
Bachelor of General Studies in Spanish, English, and Biology
Lubbock, TX

Hospitals Affiliated With

Baylor Scott and White Medical Center at Grapevine
John Peter Smith Hospital

Professional Associations

American College of Surgeons, Associate Fellow
American Society of General Surgeons
Association of Women Surgeons
Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons


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Brittney Culp, M.D. is a Texas Health Care general surgeon practicing in Grapevine, Texas. Dr. Culp views medicine as both science and art, which is what inspired her to become a physician. She believes that the “art of medicine” has been lacking and she wants to bring that back to the profession.

A graduate of Texas Tech University, Dr. Culp received a Bachelor of General Studies in Spanish, English and Biology. Dr. Culp was a member of the Pi Beta Phi sorority and Vice President of the Dr. Bernard Harris Pre-Medicine Society. She remained at Texas Tech for medical school, earning her medical degree from Texas Tech Health Sciences Center School of Medicine. While in medical school, she served on the Texas Medical Association’s TEXPAC Board of Directors and was active in the American Medical Association’s Student Section.

Dr. Culp completed her residency in general surgery at Baylor University Medical Center in Dallas. Having trained in a surgery program that saw more trauma cases than 90 percent of training programs in the nation, Dr. Culp is quite experienced in trauma/acute care cases.

Dr. Culp feels fortunate to have been on the cusp of robotic surgery training before completing her residency and has had additional experience in robotics as a practicing physician. “Unfortunately, this isn’t always something that can be used in trauma and acute care, but it is still a great option for elective general surgery patients,” she says.

She is a member of the American College of Surgeons (Resident and Associate Fellow), the Association of Women Surgeons, the Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons and the American Society of General Surgeons. Upon completion of her residency, Dr. Culp practiced in Salt Lake City, Utah before returning to North Texas and joining Texas Health Care.

Dr. Culp is married to a fellow general surgeon and they have five dogs. She enjoys watching college football and hockey, loves to cook, and does some interior decorating in her free time.