Harris County Medical Society to Install Kimberly Monday, M.D., as President
The Harris County Medical Society (HCMS), the professional society for physicians in Harris County and the largest county medical society in the nation, will install into office board-certified neurologist Kimberly E. Monday, M.D., as the 115th President on Jan. 22 at the Petroleum Club in Houston. Monday is in private practice at the Houston Neurologic Institute (HNI), which she co-founded in 1997. HNI is affiliated with Memorial Hermann Mischer Neuroscience Associates.
Board certified by the American Academy of Psychiatry and Neurology in adult neurology, clinical neurophysiology and sleep medicine, she provides state-of-the-art electrophysiological therapy for movement disorders, including deep brain stimulation programming, baclofen pump programming and vagal nerve stimulation for epilepsy treatment.
She provides neurological consultation for patients with epilepsy, movement disorders and sleep disorders, and directs both the EEG and sleep laboratories at the Houston Neurological Institute.
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, is a delegate to the Texas Medical Association (TMA), and chairs the Clinical Ethics Care Committee for MHMD, the Memorial Herman Physician Network. In addition, she serves on the Medical Advisory Board for the Houston Area Parkinson’s Society. She also is a clinical assistant professor in the Department of Neurosurgery at McGovern Medical School at UTHealth. She was recently appointed to serve on the Harris Health System Board of Managers and is Chair of Compliance. In 2015, she was appointed to the University of Texas College of Liberal Arts Advisory Council.
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