Gov. Perry Appoints Miller and Scott to Texas Medical Board District Three Review Committee
Gov. Rick Perry has appointed David Miller of Abilene and John S. Scott Jr. of Keller to the Texas Medical Board District Three Review Committee for terms to expire Jan. 15, 2018. Committee members evaluate medical practice and professional competency, and make recommendations on investigations conducted by the board.
Miller is president and CEO of Hendrick Home for Children. He is president of the Southwest Association of Executives of Homes for Children, past president of the Executives of Texas Homes for Children and Hardin Simmons University (HSU) Cowboy Band Foundation, and founder of the National Child Care Development Association. He is a member of the HSU Board of Development and Kiwanis International, an honorary commander of the Dyess Air Force Base Civil Engineer Squadron, and a distinguished alumnus of the HSU Logsdon School of Theology. Miller received a bachelor's degree from Hardin Simmons University, and a master of divinity and doctor of philosophy from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He is being reappointed.
Scott is an anesthesiologist for Pinnacle Partners in Medicine. He is a member and District II director of the Texas Society of Anesthesiologists, a member and alternate delegate of the American Society of Anesthesiologists, and a member of the Dallas County Medical Society. He is also a board member of the Dallas/Fort Worth Humane Society, and a medical liaison for White's Chapel United Methodist Church. He served in the U.S. Army Reserves. Scott received a bachelor's degree from Lamar University and a doctor of osteopathic medicine from the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed his anesthesiology residency and pain fellowship at the Texas Tech University Health Science Center, and completed a cardiovascular anesthesia fellowship at Oschner Medical Foundation at the Altan.
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