Our profession is to heal. In a patient encounter, we consider a right and good healing action for that patient in his or her particular circumstances. A right healing action is one informed by the scientific and clinical evidence. A good action, takes into account the patient's values and preferences and is consistent with the physician's own clinical judgment.

Clinical judgment consists of three steps:

1) What is wrong with this patient?
2) What can be done for this patient?
3) What should be done for this patient?

FAMILY PHYSICIANS - Dr. James Mobley & Dr. Delbert Edwardson

Providers on Staff

Delbert Edwardson


(361) 704-1544
Family Physician
BA @ Emporia State University
MD @ Kansas University of Medicine

Doctor Edwardson grew up on a farm in Kansas. He second oldest of eight siblings. He attended college and Medical School in his home state of Kansas before moving to Corpus Christi, TX. Here he completed a 3 year residency in Family Practice at Memorial Medical Center, and made Texas his home. He is very much a family man and celebrated his 50th wedding anniversary to his wife Jeanie in 2017. In his free time, he enjoys outdoor activities like hunting, fishing, boating and camping with family and 10 grandchildren! He is also the owner and proprietor of two shrimp boats! If you ask him a funny fact about himself he will tell you he is a frustrated shrimper!

He loves family medicine because of the variety of patients and medical problems he gets to see and treat daily. Aside from his private practice career, Dr. Edwardson has been the Health Officer for the City of Aransas Pass for over forty years taking care of city employees and their health needs. Over the years he has held medical director positions at various nursing homes in the community and was the director of PT and CRMC Hospital. He is currently the director of the Tri County EMS Ambulance Services. When you meet Dr. Edwardson it is obvious he is a kind and caring man who truly has devoted his life to helping people.

James Mobley


(361) 704-1544
Family Physician
BS @ Texas A&M, College Station
MD @ University of Texas Medical School
MPH @ Texas A&M

Dr. Mobley was born in Tulsa, OK. His family moved to Texas during his youth. He attended University of Texas Medical School San Antonio before continuing his career in the US Army. He served in our military from 1965 – 2007 and retired as a Brigadier General. In addition to commanding medical troops, Dr. Mobley loves caring for families and getting to know them over many years. He joined Medical Arts Clinic in 1981 when he opened the Portland, TX location. He is an adjunct professor at Sam Houston State University, but he loves teaching his high school Medical Explorers. He has devoted time developing new ways to provide care to rural areas through Texas A&M Healthy South Texas. He is currently the Health Authority for San Patricio County.

He has made his home in Portland, TX where he lives with his wife of 50 years. He attends First United Methodist Church and has been the youth choir director and is presently a Sunday school teacher. He loves Golf and Legos! His children built him and his wife a replica of their house made out of Legos for their 50th wedding anniversary! Dr. Mobley is dedicated to serving his country and community and will continue to do so as long as he is able.

Mary K. Schoolcraft


(361) 704-1544
Nurse Practitioner
RN @ DelMar College - Corpus Christi
MSN @ Texas A&M Corpus Christi

Nurse Practitioner Mary K. Schoolcraft, or MK as she likes to be called, is the newest member of our Medical Arts Clinic professional staff team! We are so excited to have her with us! She brings enthusiasm, professionalism, knowledge and excellent medical care to our clinic. MK has been a practicing RN since 2005. She has a strong background in cardiac, ICU and ER nursing. Her love of medicine prompted her to return to the classroom, where she graduated with Honors in the Masters of Nursing program at Texas A&M, Corpus Christi in 2016. She is a Board Certified Family Nurse Practitioner and she is very much dedicated to serving people in need. She loves working in Family Medicine and tackling challenging issues and illnesses such as diabetes, hypertension and thyroid issues. MK enjoys taking the time to educate her patients about their conditions and how they can keep themselves healthy and prevent serious repercussions if left unchecked.

MK is originally from San Antonio, TX but now makes her home in Ingleside, TX where she resides with her husband. In her free time she loves traveling with her spouse, going offshore fishing and playing golf. But one thing she absolutely hates… is bugs! Medical Arts Clinic is so happy to be working with MK and we are confident that you will be delighted with her care, teaching and attention to detail for all your health needs.