Brian Matthew Tibbs, MD - Dallas, TX

Brian Matthew Tibbs, M.D.

A member of Texas Health Physicians Group

Surgery
    4.9
7 Ratings
1 Comments
Primary Location
Texas Health Surgical Care
8230 Walnut Hill Lane
Ste 320 POB III
DallasTX 75231-4481
Hospital Affiliations
Texas Health Dallas
  • About Me
    Specialties
    Surgery
    Gender
    M
    Age
    46
    Education
    Emory University at Grady Memorial Hospital-Department of Surger - Fellowship-2006
    Emory University at Grady Memorial Hospital-Department of Surger - Fellowship-2007
    University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine - Medical Education - 2000
    University of Missouri at Kansas City-Truman Medical Center - Residency-2005
    Bio
    Dr. Brian Tibbs brings more than a decade of clinical and research experience to Texas Health Surgical Care. As a fellowship-trained trauma/critical care surgeon, he has extensive experience in the surgical management of patients with critical wounds, burns, traumatic injuries and other life-threatening conditions. With his added qualification in surgical critical care, Dr. Tibbs is also able to care for post-surgical patients in the ICU. He currently serves as the medical director of Trauma Services for Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas. Previously, he was the medical director of Burn and Trauma Research at Mercy Medical Research Institute in Springfield, Mo.

    Dr. Tibbs earned his medical degree from the University of Missouri-Kansas City. He remained in Kansas City to complete his residency training in general surgery before heading to Atlanta, Ga. While in Georgia, Dr. Tibbs pursued his fellowship-training in trauma and surgical critical care at Emory University School of Medicine. He uses advanced and minimally invasive surgical techniques to perform complex hernia and abdominal wall repairs; intestinal bowel surgeries, laparoscopic appendectomies, cholecystectomies and gallbladder removal; tissue biopsies; and other acute care and emergent surgeries.

    In addition to his in-depth clinical work in trauma and surgical critical care, Dr. Tibbs is well-published on topics ranging from burn trauma and gunshot wounds to hemorrhagic shock and rare fungal infections in tornado victims. He is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, and a member of the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma and Western Trauma Association.
  • Insurance Accepted

    = Accepting New Patients

    • Aetna Better Health Chip Medicaid
    • Aetna Better Health Star Plans Medicaid
    • Aetna Medicare Adv
    • Aetna TX HealthAetna
    • Amerigroup Medicaid
    • Amerigroup Medicare Adv
    • Beech Street
    • Blue Cross Blue Shield Blue Advantage HMO(ACA)
    • Blue Cross Blue Shield Blue Choice PPO
    • Blue Cross Blue Shield Blue Essentials (HMO Blue)
    • Blue Cross Blue Shield Blue Medicare Advantage HMO
    • Blue Cross Blue Shield Blue Medicare Advantage PPO
    • Blue Cross Blue Shield Blue UT Connect
    • Care N Care Medicare Adv
    • Cigna Commercial
    • Cigna Medicare Adv HMO
    • Cigna Medicare Adv PPO
    • City of Euless
    • Cook Childrens Medicaid
    • Coventry First Health
    • Galaxy
    • HealthSmart
    • Humana ChoiceCare Commercial
    • Humana HMO PPO Medicare Adv
    • Medicare Dallas
    • Medicare Railroad
    • Molina Medicaid Chip
    • Molina Medicaid Star Plans
    • Molina Medicare Adv
    • Parkland HealthFirst Star Plan Medicaid
    • Parkland KidsFirst Medicaid
    • PHCS Multiplan
    • ProCare Advantage Medicare HMO
    • QuickTrip
    • Superior Medicaid Chip Plans
    • Superior Medicaid Star Plans
    • Superior Medicare Adv
    • Tricare Humana Military
    • UHC AARP Medicare Adv
    • UHC Commercial
    • USA Commercial PPO
    • USA Lonestar Network
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