Lisa R. Nash, DO ’91, MS-HPEd, FAAFP

Associate Dean for Educational Programs, Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine

Dr. Lisa Nash is responsible for accreditation of graduate medical education (GME) programs affiliated with TCOM, oversight of TCOM-sponsored GME programs and the growth and development of new programs and faculty development for GME. She also oversees the Academic Medicine fellowship and career advising for TCOM students.

Dr. Nash also serves as Associate Professor in TCOM’s Department of Family Medicine and as Clinical Associate Professor at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston. She is director of Medical Education at Weatherford Regional Medical Center and designated institutional official at Plaza Medical Center of Fort Worth.

In 2010, she was designated a “Top Doc” by Best Doctors Inc., an independent research body that produces a biannual peer-reviewed list identifying the nation’s top 5 percent of physicians. She is a recipient of the Program Director Recognition Award-Bronze Level from the Association of Family Medicine Residency Directors.

Board Certified in Family Practice by the American Board of Osteopathic Family Physicians, she is also a Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians and a Harvard Macy Scholar.

Dr. Nash earned her DO from UNTHSC–TCOM, and an MS in Health Professions Education from the Massachusetts General Hospital Institute for the Health Professions in Boston. She received her BS in Biology with a minor in Chemistry from Texas Christian University.

Among her many professional affiliations, Dr. Nash serves as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Association of Osteopathic Directors and Medical Educators and as Chair of the Subcommittee for Academic Physicians for the Texas Medical Association Council on Medical Education. She is also a member of the External Advisory Board of the Texas Christian University Pre-Health Professions Institute and has served as an invited reviewer of abstracts for the Association for Medical Education in Europe.

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