At Mid-Cities Dermatology Clinic, we recognize that your choice of a dermatologist is driven both by the doctor's competency and personality. When searching for dermatological treatment, you need a dermatologist who is experienced, understanding and supportive. You get this caring attitude from all the staff at Mid-Cities Dermatology Clinic every day. Our staff works together as a team to be sure we are responsive to your needs and keep you informed about your health issues. We look forward to getting to know you.
John David Miller, M.D.
I am an adopted Texan. I was born in Oklahoma, but have been in Texas for the last 40 years. I attended the University of Houston from 1963-1966, and obtained my M.D. degree from the University of Texas Medical Branch at Galveston in 1970. I interned at Wilford Hall Medical Center in San Antonio; Texas. After my internship, I did General Practice for the Air Force in Austin, Texas (1971-1973) before returning to Wilford Hall for my specialty training. My residency in Dermatology was from 1973-1976; having completed my training I was assigned to the staff at Carswell AFB regional hospital from 1976-1977.
I have been in private practice in Dermatology in the Mid Cities since 1977. I am Board Certified and a Diplomat of the American Board of Dermatology. I am married, my wife’s name is Ann, and we have three married children; Katie, Jeff and his wife Jenny and Matt and his wife Rachel, grandsons Nicholas, Matthew, Max, and Mason, and granddaughters Emilee, Libby, and Penny.
Dedication of my office
I wish to dedicate my office to my late mother, Virginia Miller. She was one of the most thoughtful, considerate human beings; and was instrumental in my becoming a physician. In her memory, I dedicate this office to provide the best dermatological care in her spirit of kindness and concern.
George C Baker, M.D.
I was born and raised in Dallas, the son of a Methodist minister and Professor of Theology at Perkins School of Theology, SMU. From a very young age, I was particularly fascinated with both medicine and music- To make a long story short, after graduating from Highland Park High School, I earned four music degrees (including a doctorate from the University of Michigan) and enjoyed a successful Twelve year career as an international performing and recording artist and University professor.
In 1981, I decided to also undertake the challenge of becoming a doctor. After taking the prerequisite courses and entrance exams, I was admitted to University of Texas Southwestern Medical School in Dallas and graduated with my M.D. degree in 1987. After an internship in Internal Medicine at Parkland Hospital and the Dallas VA Medical Center (1987-1988), I completed my dermatology residency at Oregon Health Sciences University in Portland (1988-1991). I am board-certified and a Diplomat of the American Board of Dermatology. I was recertified in 2009. I have practiced dermatology in Texas since 1991. In addition during 1996-1998, I earned the Executive M.B.A. degree at the Cox School of Business, SMU. During these two years, I was also staff dermatologist at the SMU Memorial Health Center. My medical research interests include doctor - patient communication, patient education and compliance, and health care reform.
I am married. My lovely wife’s name is Marjorie, and we have two wonderful children; daughter Paige (born November 1993) and son Evan (born January 1998). Our family is active in University Park United Methodist Church. My hobbies include composing, performing and recording music, cooking, exercise, and playing with our kids.
Christopher Fuller, M.D.
Dr. Christopher Fuller is a Texas native, born in Waco. He completed both his undergraduate and medical degrees at the University of Oklahoma. He was elected into the Phi Beta Kappa and Alpha Omega Alpha honor societies, recognizing the highest level of academic achievement. Dr. Fuller's Navy career began with an internship at Bethesda Naval and Walter Reed Army Hospitals in Washington, DC. He then served three years with the Marine Corps as an infantry Battalion Surgeon, taking care of 1,200 Marines during deployments to Fallujah, Iraq, the Philippines, Japan, East Timor, and aboard ships while in transit. Dr. Fuller was awarded the Navy and Marine Corps Commendation Medal for his actions during the siege of Fallujah in November 2004, treating over one hundred wounded Marines and Sailors on the front lines of the assault. Dr. Fuller moved to the snowy Midwest and completed his dermatology residency at the Medical College of Wisconsin in 2009 and has served the last two years in Great Lakes, Illinois as the Chief of Dermatology for both the Great Lakes Naval Clinic and the North Chicago VA hospital. Dr. Fuller was named one of the top five physicians in the Navy by patient satisfaction survey in 2010.
Dr. Fuller is married to Maggie Fuller. They are the proud parents of two daughters, ages eight and four. The Fullers are looking forward to being closer to family and old friends as well as meeting many new ones.