Dr. Wiyatta Freeman - OB/GYN


Medical Education

Texas Tech Medical School, Lubbock, TX


University of Texas Medical Branch, Galveston, TX

Some might say Dr. Wiyatta Freeman is living the American dream. Since she was a small child, nearly from the time of her first memory, she’s wanted little else than to become a doctor, a dream she accomplished in 2008.

Forever fascinated with how the body moves and functions, as a physician she is extremely passionate about two things: patients and teaching. She loves and is committed to helping patients improve their chances for a living a healthy lifestyle and guiding each individual she serves to their optimal health. At MacArthur, she specializes in help women navigate their high-risk pregnancies, managing their overall health and cervical dysplasia.

In addition to serving her patients, she feels strongly about helping young people pursue their dreams through education, and is dedicated to helping students achieve their greatest potential, something she feels called to do.

A native of Liberia, West Africa, Dr. Freeman emigrated with her family to the Houston area in 1991. After attending Prairie View A&M University, where she received her bachelor’s degree in biology, she became a high school science teacher prior to attending medical school.

She completed her medical school training at Texas Tech School of Medicine in Lubbock in 2004 and completed her residency at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston where she received the outstanding resident teacher award in 2008. Following her residency, she began practicing in Irving prior to joining the staff at MacArthur Medical Center. She also serves on the Credentials Committee for Texas Health Resources Harris Methodist HEB. She serves patients in the Hurst, Euless, Bedford (HEB) community from the MacArthur OB/GYN Euless office.

Dr. Freeman speaks medical Spanish, and she truly believes in a down-to-earth and compassionate approach to women’s health and always involving the patients in their medical decisions.

In her spare time, Dr. Freeman enjoys spending time with family and friends, cooking and serving her community, which she loves because of its diversity.