Monte Mitchell, DO, JD
A fifth generation Texan, Monte Mitchell was born and practices medicine in Fort Worth. After graduating from University of Texas with a degree in public health, he was accepted into graduate school at the University of North Texas to do basic cancer research. Dr. Mitchell followed graduate school with medical school at TCOM and graduated TCOM in 1983. He did a rotating internship at Dallas Fort Worth Medical Center and three (3) years in a surgical residency at Fort Worth Osteopathic Hospital. His growing interest in politics and his desire to eventually be a force for change in our political system led him to study Law and Ethics. He studied law at Texas Wesleyan University School of Law and studied ethics at Southern Methodist University Perkins School of Theology, graduating with an MTS degree. Dr. Mitchell’s desire to make a difference led him to charitable work. From 1989 until 1996, Dr. Mitchell was a staff doctor at Christ for the Nations Institute in Dallas and while at CFNI conducted medical missions all over the world. He served on the Administrative Committee for Christ for the Nations for 4 years. Over the 7 years at CFNI, Dr. Mitchell served as teacher, committee member, physician, attorney and friend to staff, students, and administration. Dr. Mitchell is board certified in family medicine, emergency medicine, and hospital medicine. He holds fellowship certificates in both family medicine, emergency medicine, and legal medicine. Dr. Mitchell practices as an emergency physician in the DFW area and recently was regional medical director at WCGTX supervising over 100 physicians. Dr. Mitchell serves as a Trustee on the TOMA Board of Trustees. In addition, he serves on TOMA’s governmental relations committee and bylaws committee. He has also served on TOMA’s ethics committee and was chairman of that committee from 2003 until 2009. As a futurist, Dr. Mitchell is fascinated by new developments in medicine and science and is happy to share some of those developments with you now.
Dr. Mitchell discloses that he has no relevant financial relationships with any organization producing, marketing, reselling, or distributing health care goods or services consumed by, or used on, patients relative to the content of this presentation.