100 S. McGee
Borger, TX 79007
1989-1991: General Studies Northwestern Junior College Sterling,
1992-1996: Major, Human Biology and Minor, Chemistry University
of Utah Salt Lake City, Utah
June 2001: Doctor of Medicine with Honors American University of
the Caribbean School of Medicine St. Marten, Northern Antilles
2001-2002: Family Medicine Mercy Health System Family Family Medicine
Residency, Janesville, Wisconsin
2003-2004: Family Medicine Mercy Health System Family Medicine Residency,
Diplomat American Board of Family Medicine
7/7/2004-1/31/2006: Missouri Medical License # 2004018056
7/29/2002-10/31/2005: Wisconsin Medical License #44775
5/31/2008: DEA #BW7976686 Certified, ACLS & NALS
July 1999: Passed USMLE Step 1
April 2001: Passed USMLE Step 2
August 2003: Passed USMLE Step 3
7/2004-6/2005: Aurora, Missouri-Practices full spectrum of family
practice including obstetrics, Cesarean deliveries, inpatient, and
outpatient care and colonoscopy.
8/2005-5/2006: Emergency Medicine - Potosi, MO
Family Medicine Residency: Person of the year award 2004
Medical School: Honors: Family Practice Surgery, Internal Medicine,
Infectious Disease, Psychiatry and Gastroenterology
Undergraduate Studies: 1992 Who's Who in American Colleges and
Universities, Dean's List, Academic Award Scholarship
Publications/Research: 2002 Cancer Forum, Mercy Health Systems.
"Primary Care Perspective on Prostate Cancer."
1996 University of Utah, Soybean Genetics Newsletter 20:197-201.
"Phylogeny as a Tool for Soybean Breeding"
1994-1996 University of Utah, Department of Cell Biology
Research: Alzheimer's disease, Epilepsy, and Rasmussen's Encephalitis.