Dr Hasty chose obstetrics and gynecology because it provides her with the ability to develop long lasting relationship with her patients as well as do major and minor surgeries that improve the quality of women’s lives. Adding BioTe hormone replacement therapy to her practice has given her another reason to love what her practice provides. It is rewarding to be an essential part of helping women (and men) age in a healthier, happier way.
Dr Hasty and Scott, her fiance, live a busy, active life outside of work. Dr Hasty has 3 boys all with different interests (Model UN and politics, BMX biking, hockey, and crossfit) and Scott has a boy and a girl that add to the crazy fun mix. In her spare time, she is passionate about all things related to exercise - spinning, crossfit, inferno pilates, and yoga as well as reading. With her boys getting older and soon moving on, time at home with her family is time well spent!
Dr.Rector-Finney grew up in Kerrville, Texas. After graduating from Tivy High School, she attended Wellesley College in Boston, graduating Suma Cum Laude in 1991. Dr. Rector-Finney further enriched her education by spending a year in Oxford, England studying pre-med/neuroscience, and subsequently completing a year of research at a top infertility clinic in Los Angeles. Following medical school at the University of Texas at Houston, Dr. Rector-Finney was accepted into University of Texas Health Science Center Ob/GYN Residency program in San Antonio. Upon completion of her residency, she accepted a position as Clinical Professor at UTHSC OB/GYN department. While she enjoyed the academic rigors of her faculty position, her true passion was patient care. Her one year faculty appointment solidified her friendship with another doctor, Karen Hasty, who shared her forward vision and deep desire to help women. Thus, in 2001, they “hung up their shingle” and have been cultivating relationships with patients ever since.
Dr. Rector-Finney feels it is an honor for a patient to choose Four Seasons ObGyn for her healthcare needs. She feels that a bond of trust is created with each new patient-doctor relationship. It is her job to nurture that bond by providing the best patient care possible.
Sara Bushur, MSN, WHNP-BC
Sara Bushur grew up in rural Iowa, and has been a Texas resident since 2012. She graduated from The University of Iowa College of Nursing in 2008, where she was also inducted into The Honor Society of Nursing, Sigma Theta Tau. Following her undergraduate studies, she moved with her husband to the United Kingdom where she spent her time working in high risk pregnancy settings with local physicians and midwives. She also had the pleasure of teaching both pregnancy and breastfeeding courses to expectant mothers.
Upon her return to the States, Sara spent four years in labor and delivery while pursuing her Masters in Women's Health degree with a focus in obstetrics and gynecology. After completion of her graduate studies, she practiced in Las Vegas, Nevada, where she had the pleasure of treating women of all ages.
Sara is a proud wife, and mother of two daughters. Besides spending time with her family and friends, she enjoys cooking, swimming, traveling and sitting down to read a good book.