Michael McCullough, M.D.


Dear Patients,

Over the past fourteen months, Dr. Michael McCullough has been a part of HealthCore Physicians Group. We appreciate these months of service and care Dr. McCullough provided to his patients. Effective June 19, 2018, Dr. McCullough will no longer be working with our practice as he is retiring from daily patient care. His last day seeing patients will be Monday, June 18, 2018. We are very sorry for the inconvenience this may cause.

Some HealthCore physicians are accepting transfer of care patient requests from Dr. McCullough’s current patients. Please contact our office as soon as possible if you would like to transfer your care to another HealthCore physician. We will make accommodations for transfer requests as we are able. Please note that transfer acceptance varies by physician. Alternatively, if you wish to locate another Internal Medicine provider outside of our practice, please refer to the Dallas County Medical Society website at www.dallas-cms.org, or contact your insurance provider for a list of in-network providers.

Your medical record will be maintained by HealthCore in our office. If you need copies of your records or wish to have your records transferred elsewhere, please complete the enclosed “Authorization for Release of Information” form, return it in the provided envelope, and we will forward your request for processing. There may be a fee associated with your records request, but you will be notified in advance of any applicable fee.

If there is any additional information that you need from our office, please contact our Office Manager, Victor Montejo, at (972) 284-7047.

We welcome you to join us in bidding Dr. McCullough a fond farewell on the evening of June 18, 2018 from 5PM-7PM in the conference room located adjacent to our office.

Thank you.

HealthCore Physicians Group

Michael McCullough, M.D.

Dr. Michael McCullough received his medical degree from University of Texas Southwestern Medical School. He did his post graduate internship at University of Arkansas School of Medicine, and residency at Parkland Memorial Hospital/University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center. Dr. McCullough has an NIH Fellowship in Clinical Nephrology and renal disease from UTSW.

Dr. McCullough served in Vietnam from 1967-1969 as a Captain within United States Air Force, and as Chief of Medicine 439th USAF Hospital. He was awarded Sharpshooter Marksmanship and Vietnam Service Medals. Since completion of his military service, Dr. McCullough has been in private practice since 1999, and is currently on staff at Baylor University Medical Center, Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas, and University of Texas Southwestern University Hospital. Dr. McCullough is also a member of the American college of Physicians.