Dr. Mark Travis, MD

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Dr. Mark Travis is an accomplished physician with an experience of more than 33 years. Over the course of his career, Dr. Travis’ has worked extensively with minority and low-income populations, in both hospital and clinical settings.

Currently working as an independent Home Health Physician, Dr. Travis offers hospice care for geriatric and disabled patients.

Dr. Travis diligent efforts to educate and advise his patients regarding their diet, hygiene and effective disease prevention methods form the cornerstone of his holistic healing approach.

His areas of expertise include general medicine, dialysis, transplants, acute and chronic renal diseases, and care management strategies for the elderly.

 

Professional Highlights

  • Apart from his independent practice, Dr. Travis is also a Physician Reviewer at CenseoHealth, Dallas, Texas.
  • Travis has served as a Home Health Physician at Mobile Doctors, Chicago.
  • He provided his medical services for the treatment of several acute and chronic medical ailments as Staff Physician at Johnson Memorial Hospital.
  • Travis delivered medical services to dialysis patients when he was employed as a Medical Director at Dialysis Clinic Inc.
  • As the Chief of Internal Medicine, Dr. Travis exercised a supervisory role at the Department of Medicine, Southwest Hospital.
  • Travis delivered his services to dialysis patients when he was employed as a Medical Director at Dialysis Clinic Inc., Nashville.
  • Worked for more than 10 years as an Assistant Clinical Professor of Medicine at Morehouse School of Medicine.

 

Certifications

  • Board Certification in Internal Medicine

 

Awards

  • Morehouse School of Medicine Distinguished Physician Award (1989)
  • Southwest Hospital Physician Recognition Award (2003)

 

Education

  • Travis received his High School Diploma from the University of Chicago Laboratory Schools, Chicago, IL.
  • He did his Bachelor of Science in Biology from the University of Illinois, Champaign Urbana.
  • He pursued his M.D. in Cardiovascular Science from the Washington University School of Medicine, St. Louis, MO.
  • He received his M.D. in Internal Medicine from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, where he completed his Internship and Residency in the same field.
  • He attended the Nephrology Residency Fellowship Program from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, Dallas, TX.