Lacy Gonzalez (Babey), PA-C

Lacey Babey PA C

Originally from Dayton, Ohio, Physician Assistant Lacy Gonzalez (Babey) joined the Clear Dermatology team in January 2019. She has been practicing as a Physician Assistant in private practice since 2012 and has been focusing on dermatology since 2016.

Lacy began her healthcare career working in Denver, Colorado. She initially practiced in primary care, with focus on geriatric medicine. In 2015, she moved to Houston, Texas, where she has resided since (and loves it!). She practiced integrative medicine in the Houston area before pursing her true passion, dermatology. She is a member of the Society of Dermatology Physician Assistants (SDPA). In addition to regularly taking part in continuing education opportunities, Lacy is actively pursuing advanced certification as a diplomate fellow in dermatology through SDPA. She is licensed by the Texas Physician Assistant Board.

What is a PA? Click here to learn more about the role PAs serve on our healthcare team. Often times, they allow you more rapid access to an experienced dermatology medical provider that can diagnose, treat, and prescribe medication as needed.

Education & Training


  • Masters of Health Science, South College, Knoxville, Tennessee
  • Physician Assistant, South College, Knoxville, Tennessee
  • Bachelor of Science in Biology, Cum Laude, University of Dayton—Ohio


Lacy cares for patients of all ages, including kids and adults. She enjoys helping patients with a wide variety of skin concerns, including acne, evaluating abnormal moles or dark spots, skin cancer screenings, rashes, warts, hair loss, rosacea, psoriasis, excessive sweating (hyperhidrosis), redness and more. She performs biopsies, injections, freezing (liquid nitrogen treatment), and other routine dermatological procedures in the office.



  • Hiking, camping, and almost anything outside!
  • Certified Crossfit instructor who is passionate about preventative health and wellness
  • Lacy shares her home with her two dogs—Luna and Toby

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