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Dee A. Roach, M.D.


Family Practice

Biography


Contact Info:

Office:

325-728-2693

Facility/Office:

997 West Interstate 20
Colorado City, Texas 79512

Education:

Texas A&M University College of Medicine in 1983 with a Medical Doctorate Graduate Degree

Residency:

Family Practice at Texas Tech Regional Academic Health Science Center located in Amarillo Texas in 1986

Certification:

ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certificate)

ATLS (Advanced Trauma Life Support Certificate)

Biography:

Dr. Roach graduated from Texas A&M University College of Medicine in 1983 with a Medical Doctorate Graduate Degree. He did his residency in Family Practice at Texas Tech Regional Academic Health Science Center located in Amarillo Texas in 1986. Dr. Roach began with the Mitchell County Hospital District in August 1986. He currently holds the title of Chief of Staff for the hospital district and serves as the Medical Director of Valley Fair Lodge, a nursing home owned by the hospital district.

Dr. Roach holds several certifications which include ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certificate) and ATLS (Advanced Trauma Life Support Certificate). He is an active member of the Texas Medical Association and A.M.A.

Dr. Roach was born and raised in Snyder Texas and has always had West Texas as his home. He enjoys working for the hospital district and serving patients in Mitchell County as well as several surrounding counties.

He is assisted by Angie Barrows, LVN and Amy Foster, LVN. Dr. Roach sees patients Monday thru Friday, except for Wednesdays. The nurses work Monday thru Friday and are available to assist you. If you need to make an appointment, please phone the clinic at 325.728.2693. If you need to leave a message for the doctor or Misti Johnson, phone the clinic and ask for extension 7502.

More/Other Information:

Chief of Staff

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