Thomas Miller DO, MPH
Dr. Thomas Miller hails from Montana where he grew up and earned in BS degree in Chemistry and Biology at the College of Great Falls (Now University of Providence) before moving to Michigan where he completed his DO from Michigan State University College of Osteopathic Medicine. He completed his internship at Mt. Clemens General Hospital in Mt. Clemens, MI prior to beginning his 20-year Air Force career. While in the Air Force he completed a residency in Family Practice and was Chief Resident at Creighton University. He remains Board Certified in Family Medicine. Dr. Miller was a Staff Physician on the Creighton University Family Practice Residency for one year until he was moved by the Air Force. He also earned a Master of Public Health with an emphasis in Occupational Medicine from The Johns Hopkins University. His main occupations in the Air Force were Family Medicine and Flight Medicine which took him to 5 continents involving multiple combat tours. After his retirement from the Air Force, he worked for U. S. Healthworks in Spokane, WA doing Urgent Care and Occupational Medicine for 10 years until he moved to Kennewick, WA. While in the Tri-cities Dr. Miller worked for HPMC Occupational Medical Services, a contractor for the Department of Energy at Hanford until accepting an Assistant Professor position at Heritage University. While at Heritage University, he worked with the PA and MAMS programs and was subcontracted to PNWU. Dr. Miller has now joined the staff at PNWU exclusively. He is also an ordained Deacon at St. Joseph Catholic Church in Yakima.