Dr. Craig MeekDirector of Communications and External Affairs
Dr. Meek attended Highland Park High School and obtained a BS in Psychology at Texas A&M University and is a graduate of the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. He trained in emergency medicine at Carolinas Medical Center where he served as Chief Resident. He is board certified in emergency medicine. He is very active on hospital committees and is married to our other Dr. Meek. He enjoys Sand Volleyball, Football, Basketball, Crossfit, Soccer, Golf and enjoys coaching many of his children’s sports. He has one daughter at Texas A&M and is the father of four children.
He has served the Pine Tree ISD in multiple facets. He was a Trustee on the school board for 3 years. He was a founding member and is still serves on the Pine Tree Education Foundation. He has served on the Student Health Advisory Committee, Junior Achievement Volunteer, and Physician for athletic physicals.
He has served at Woodland Christian Church as Chairman of the Board, Elder, and musician (guitar).
He has served as the Highway 80 Mission Medical Clinic as a volunteer physician.
Dr. Meek serves a board member on the Longview 2020 Vision Board
He was a founding member of Go West (a local economic development committee).
He is currently Assistant Clinical Professor of the University of Texas Health Northeast and Adjunctive Faculty of the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine Fort Worth.
TCEP- Dr. Meek is completing a year as a TCEP Leadership and Advocacy Fellow. He also currently serves as Chairman of the TCEP Free-Standing Emergency Center Committee.
Dr. Meek has a Masters of Sctience in Healthcare Management from the Alliance of Medical Management Education Program (AMME). The AMME program is jointly sponsored by the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center and The University of Texas as Dallas Naveen Jindal School of Management. Dr. Meek currently serves as Faculty for AMME in their Negotiation and Conflict Management in Healthcare Course.
Dr Meek has an interest in physician leadership development and motivational speaking. He has lectured at multiple secondary school classes as well as many residencies. He has lectured to EM Residents in Texas A&M Health Science Center in Corpus Christi, Florida Hospital EM Program in Orlando, LSU Health Science Center in Shreveport, Carolinas Medical Center in Charlotte, Texas Tech UHSC in El Paso, LSU in New Orleans, Indiana University in Indianapolis, Baylor and Houston EM residencies in Houston, Parkland EM program in Dallas, University of Arkansas EM program in Littleneck, ED residency San Antonio Health Science Center, and the PSR/Intermedix Leadership Course.