Dr. Dillon Miller

Medical Director

Undergraduate Education: Texas Tech University, B.A. in Psychology, Lubbock, Texas, United States
Graduate Education: University of Texas Medical School, MD, Lubbock, Texas, United States
Residency(s): University of Alabama Family Medicine, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, United States
License(s): Alabama; Georgia; Texas
Board Certification(s): Family Medicine

Dr. Miller is originally from the Panhandle of Texas and attended Texas Tech University.
From Lubbock he went to University of Texas Medical School in Houston where he
received his doctorate of medicine. He then completed his family medicine training and
served as Chief Resident at the University of Alabama Family Medicine Residency in
Tuscaloosa, Al. Since completing his training, he has been working in Texas and most
recently worked as the only physician in a small rural West Texas hospital serving as
the medical director, nursing home director, covering the emergency room and directing
the rural health clinic. Because of his experiences, he enjoys providing services for the
entire family, treating chronic and acute medical problems with a focus on preventative
health, geriatric care, sports medicine, dermatologic and orthopedic office procedures,
and improving the overall health and well-being of his patients..


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