Pasadena-area physician Kimberly Monday, MD, has been appointed by Harris County Commissioners Court to the Harris Health System Board of Managers, the governing body for the public healthcare system in Harris County.
Monday was unanimously approved June 2 by Harris County Commissioners Court. She will serve the remainder of an unexpired term that ends Nov. 1, 2016, and replaces outgoing member, George Santos, MD.
Monday, a neurologist who specializes in clinical neurophysiology, is the president elect of the Harris County Medical Society.
Monday has been named a "Super Doc" by Texas Monthly magazine and "Top Doctor" by both H magazine and The Consumer's Guide to Top Doctors. She serves on the Board of the Texas Neurological Society, as a delegate to the Texas Medical Association, and is chairman of the Clinical Ethics and Palliative Care Committee for Memorial Herman Physicians Network. In addition, she serves on the Medical Advisory Board for the Houston Area Parkinson's Society, and the Harris County Medical Society Board of Medical Legislation.
After graduating from the Plan II Honors Program at the University of Texas, Monday completed her medical training, neurology residency and chief residency at Baylor College of Medicine. She received fellowship training in clinical neurophysiology at Emory University in Atlanta, specializing in intra-operative monitoring, diagnostic sleep medicine, EMG and EEG. Monday holds board certifications from the American Academy of Psychiatry and Neurology in adult neurology, clinical neurophysiology and sleep medicine.
Monday joins other current members: Brandon Capetillo, Anne U. Clutterbuck, Lawrence D. Finder, Elvin Franklin Jr., Daisy A. Stiner, Rene “TJ” Tijerina Jr., Carolyn G. Truesdell and E. Dale Wortham.