About Dr. Blue

Founder and owner of Neurological Services of Texas, P.A., Dr. Susan Blue received a degree in mathematics as a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Randolph-Macon Woman’s College in Virginia (now Randolph College) where she completed her college courses in three years. She then earned her Doctor of Medicine from Wake Forest University School of Medicine in Winston-Salem, North Carolina where she has also completed an internship in internal medicine, a three-year residency in Neurology, and a fellowship in Cerebrovascular Disease. Dr. Blue has been practicing in Fort Worth since the completion of her education and training.

In addition to her practice, Dr. Blue has participated in many professional, civic and fine arts organizations.

She has served as President of Tarrant County Medical Society, and she was a charter member and President of Texas Neurological Society, which now represents over eight hundred neurologists. She held leadership roles in The Bridge Association Emergency Youth Shelter, The Women’s Center, Circle Theatre, and Women’s Policy Forum. She served two terms on the Board of the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce. Dr. Blue is a Trustee at Barton College in Wilson, North Carolina and she was a member of the Fort Worth Mayor’s Advisory Council for the Homeless. She was a member of the Governance and Finance Work Group for the Texas Health Services Authority, which was charged with implementation of a statewide health information system. Dr. Blue was a member of the Practice Management Council for Texas Medical Association for eight years. One of the main tasks of that Council was to help oversee implementation and utilization of electronic health records and management systems for physicians and other providers in the State of Texas.

On a personal level, Dr. Blue enjoys time with her three independent daughters and their families, including four young grandchildren. In addition to those blessings, she considers her own good health a gift. Therefore she continues to enjoy her medical career.