About Dr. Chappell
Dr. Tim Chappell graduated from the University of Nebraska College of Medicine Summa Cum Laude and moved to Dallas for postgraduate training. He did his internship and residency in Internal medicine and a fellowship in Pulmonary Medicine at UT Southwestern. He then was appointed to the faculty of UT Southwestern Medical School as an Assistant Professor of Medicine. In addition to teaching at Parkland and clinical research at the medical school, he also served as Medical Director of Respiratory Care and Assistant Chief of Pulmonary at the Veterans Administration Medical Center in Dallas.
Dr. Chappell’s research at the Medical School has been published in numerous professional journals and he has been an invited lecturer for prestigious organizations such as the American Thoracic Society, the American Federation of Clinical Research, the American Heart Association and the American Lung Association.
Dr. Chappell established his practice in Plano in 1985. He is a past Chief of the Medical Staff at The Medical Center of Plano where he also served on the hospital Board of Trustees. He is currently Medical Director of Critical Care and Respiratory Care at The Medical Center of Plano. In addition, he is Medical Director of Respiratory Care at Collin County Community College. Please see his curriculum vitae for additional details.