Thomas M. Pulling, M.D.
Dr. Pulling is a native of Michigan where he attended medical school at Wayne State University School of Medicine. Prior to graduation in 2005, Dr. Pulling received many honors, including third year selection into the Alpha Omega Alpha honor medical society and the Senior Scholarship Award for the having the highest academic average in his class over the four years of medical school.
Dr. Pulling believes that his role as a physician is to empower and inform his patients so they can make the best decisions for their healthcare. His hope for the future of medicine is to harness the potential of science and technology to improve healthcare. In his spare time, Dr. Pulling enjoys woodworking and spending time outdoors with his beautiful wife and two young daughters.
- Served as Chief Resident at Tripler Army Medical Center in Hawaii
- Completed a two-year fellowship in Neuroradiology at Stanford University School of Medicine
- Army medical career included several honors and awards including an overseas deployment in support of Operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom
- Privileges at Baptist, West Florida, Monroe County, and D.W. McMillian Memorial Hospitals