DOCTORS

Doctors

Our Dedicated Doctors

Dr. Gerald M. Parker

Education
• Undergraduate: Western Washington University, 1965
• Medical School: Kirksville College of Osteopathy and Surgery, 1969
• Internship: Art Centre Hospital - Detroit, Michigan, 1969-1970

Medical Licensure
• State of Texas, 1970
• State of New Mexico, 1970
• State of Nebraska, 1971
Appointments
• President - Southwest Academy of Preventive Medicine
• Co-Director - Hyperbaric Oxygen Center - Amarillo, Texas
• Co-Director - Southwest Institute of Preventive Medicine
• Chair Member - International Academy of Metabology
• Chair Member - Medical Advisory Committee, Health Freedom Council
• Co-Chairman - Honorary U.S. House of Representatives Physicians Advisory Committee
Professional Organizations
• Member - American Osteopathic Association
• Member - Texas Osteopathic Association
• Member - New Mexico Osteopathic Association
• Member - American College of Advancement in Medicine
• Member - American Osteopathic College of Pain Management and Sclerotherapy
• Member - American Academy of Anti-Aging Medicine
• Member - American Osteopathic College of Allergy and Immunology
Practice
Dr. Parker has been practicing preventive medicine for the past 39 years. He has appeared on numerous television and radio shows such as "That's Incredible," "The Today Show," and "Ounce of Prevention." Dr. Parker is also listed in Who's Who in the World and Who's Who in Medicine, and was recognized as 2003 Physician of the Year by the National Republican Congressional Committee's Physician Advisory Board.

Personal Note
I enjoy coaching, working out, and playing softball and basketball when I'm away from work. I also enjoy skiing and spending time with my wife, 4 children, and 14 wonderful grandkids.

Dr. John T. Taylor, D.O.

Education
• Undergraduate: BA Degree, Howard Payne University, 1964
• Medical School: Kirksville College of Osteopathy and Surgery, 1969
• Internship: Dallas Osteopathic Hospital, 1969

Medical Licensure
• State of Texas, 1970
• State of New Mexico, 1970
Professional Organizations
• Member - American Osteopathic Association
• Member - Texas Osteopathic Association
• Member - New Mexico Osteopathic Association
• Member - American College of Advancement in Medicine
• Member - American Osteopathic College of Pain Management and Sclerotherapy
• Member - Sigma Sigma Phi - National Honorary Fraternity

Practice
Dr. Taylor has been practicing medicine for the past 33 years. He is co-developer of the TP-109 Hyperbaric Oxygen Chamber, which is approved and certified by the FDA and the American Association of Mechanical Engineers.

Personal Note
Spends his time keeping up the ranch and hunting. Also enjoys time with his wife, three kids, and three grandkids

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