Alegent Creighton Clinic
Thomas Wong, M.D. earned his Doctor of Medicine degree from the University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada in. 1975 and was licensed by the Medical Council of Canada in 1976. He has held a medical license from the State of Nebraska since Sept, 2001.
He achieved the NCQA accreditation for Diabetic Care in March, 2007 and will be eligible for recertification in 2015. Dr. Wong is a Certified Medical Director by the American Medical Directors Certification Program. He holds several appointments, including:
i. Chief of Staff, Alegent Creighton Health Memorial Hospital, Schuyler, NE;
ii. Medical Director, EMS Schuyler Rescue Squad, Schuyler, NE;
iii. Member, QI committee. ACH Memorial Hosptial since 2006;
iv. Member, Rural Hospitals Network Peer Review Committee, – since 2008;
v. Clinical Instructor, UNMC, Omaha,NE. 2011;
vi. Medical Director – Golden Living Centre, Schuyler. Dec 2011.
Alegent Creighton Clinic, Schuyler, NE, since January 1, 2002
July 1976 to March 1997: General Practice (Solo), London, Ontario, Canada
April 1977 to December 2001 : Norton County Hospital, Doctors Clinic, Norton, KS
Undergraduate Degree: University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada. 1969-1971. School of Medicine: University of Western Ontario, London, Ont. Canada. 1971-1975. Internship: St. Joseph’s Hospital, London, Ontario, Canada.
Tai Chi Exercise instructor at ACH-Schuyler since 2006.
Family Medicine Information
Family practice is the medical specialty which provides continuing and comprehensive health care for the individual and family. Family physicians possess unique attitudes, skills, and knowledge which qualify them to provide continuing and comprehensive medical care, health maintenance and preventive services to each member of the family regardless of sex, age or type of problem, be it biological, behavioral, or social. These specialists, because of their background and interactions with the family, are best qualified to serve as each patient's advocate in all health-related matters, including the appropriate use of consultants, health services, and community resources.