Subdoh Mallik, MDFamily Practice / Internal MedicineBiography
Mercer University School of Medicine MD 1991
University of the State of New York BS 1983
Texas Tech University MBA HCM 2011
National Board of Medical Examiners Diplomat 1992
American Board of General Practice Board Certified 1999
Federal Aviation Administration Senior Aviation Medical Examiner 2000
Texas State Board of Medical Examiners 1994
Private Pilot Single and Multi Engine Land Instrument Rating 1996
August 2008- Present: FAMILY CARE CENTER, Rural Health Clinic affiliated with Pecos County Memorial Hospital, Fort Stockton, TX, Family Medicine, Obstetrics, Emergency Medicine (Emergency Staffing Solutions), Aviation Medicine. Pecos County Memorial Hospital: Chief Medical Officer, Chief of Staff, Family Care Center Medical Director, Emergency Department Medical Director (PCMH and ESS), Home Health Medical Director, Hospice Medical Director, Infection Control Officer, Emergency Disaster Control Officer. Texas Tech University Health Sciences School of Medicine, Clinical Instructor, Family Medicine.
September 2006- August 2008: INDIANOLA FAMILY MEDICAL GROUP, Indianola, MS, Family Medicine, Obstetrics, Emergency Medicine, Hospital Medicine, Nursing Home Medicine, Addiction Medicine. Rural Health Clinic affiliated with South Sunflower County Hospital. Chief of Staff, South Sunflower County Hospital.
February 2006-September 2006: HIGHLAND COMMUNITY CLINIC, HIGHLAND MEDICAL GROUP, Lubbock, TX, Established a new Hospital based clinic for Highland Medical Center which became Highland Community Hospital; Family Medicine, predominantly geriatrics, no obstetrics, Emergency Medicine, Hospital Medicine, Nursing Home Medicine, Aviation Medicine, Addiction Medicine.
July 1994-January 2006: WEST TEXAS MEDICAL CENTER, SOUTH PLAINS PHYSICIANS ASSOCIATES, LTD, Denver City, TX, Initially began in private practice in 1994 and started the Family Med Center, joined the St. Mary Medical Group which evolved into the Covenant Medical Group, after 5 years returned to private practice and established the West Texas Medical Center, a rural health clinic with 25 employees, and formed the South Plains Physicians Associates, Ltd. Medical Group with 4 physicians and 4 mid level practitioners. Practiced full spectrum of Family Medicine and Obstetrics including C-Sections, Addiction Medicine, Aviation Medicine, Managed Emergency Room Staffing, Nursing Home Medical Director, Medical Director of West Texas Medical Center, Medical Director of Plains Clinic, Medical Director of EMS, Chief of Staff of Yoakum County Hospital, Chairman of the Board of South Plains Physicians Associates, Ltd. Medical Group, served as a City Councilman, Denver City, TX and School Board Trustee, Denver City Independent School District. I taught Medical Students, Physician Assistant Students and Nurse Practitioner Students from Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. During this period of time we turned the hospital around into the black and expanded services significantly. We were able to raise a bond and built a new clinic to consolidate all the providers in a single location, established an outlying clinic, built a new outpatient surgery facility, built new birthing rooms, expanded the emergency room, built a new dialysis center, built a new physical therapy center, and built a new fitness center for the public.
During the period of July 1992 through present I worked in numerous Emergency Departments with Sharp Rease Stealy Medical Group in San Diego, Ca., The Shumacher Group in West Texas, Emcare in West Texas and Keystone Healthcare in Mississippi and currently with Emergency Staffing Services. I worked the emergency department of Yoakum County Hospital in Denver City, TX from 1994 through 2006. Additionally, as the owner and chairman of the board of South Plains Physicians Associates, Ltd. I contractually managed and worked the emergency room at Yoakum County Hospital in Denver City, TX for four years from 2002 through 2006.
Currently I am a Commander in the U. S. Navy Reserve. My parent active reserve command is with FLEET HOSPITAL GREAT LAKES and I have served with COMUSNAVCENT (BAHRAIN) and FLEET HOSPITAL DALLAS.
December 1992-July 1994: USS JASON AR-8, MEDICAL OFFICER, Stationed in San Diego, CA, deployed to Operation Desert Storm, operated a ship board clinic and hospital with full lab, OR, x-ray capabilities and cadres of 15 Hospital Corpsman.
July 1992-December 1992: Undersea Medical Officer School, Groton, CT, intensive physical training as well as nuclear, chemical, biological training preparing to care for special forces and undersea sailors.
July 1991-July 1992: Naval Hospital, Portsmouth, VA, Internship in General Surgery.
Additional active duty Naval Service from July 1975-July 1979 as a Quartermaster Second Class on board USS SEMMES DDG-18 and July 1981- September 1984 stationed as a Readiness analyst at CINCPACFLT, Pearl Harbor, HI, Aviation Officer Candidate School in Pensacola, FL, Naval Flight Training at NAS Corpus Christi, TX and NAS Chase Field, Beeville, TX, Naval Aviator, USS LEXINGTON CV-16, and USS SARATOGA CV-4.
American Academy of Family Physicians
Texas Medical Association
National Aerospace Medicine Association
Flying Physicians Association
Association of Military Surgeons
Reserve Officers Association
Naval Reserve Association
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