Hereford Regional Medical Center is expanding its obstetrics and gynecology services with the addition of Larry McCullough, M.D. to the hospital and clinic.
“To meet the needs of our community we are adding physicians who are not only excellent at what they do but deliver patient-centered care so everyone in our community has the care they need, when they need it,” said Jeff Barnhart, CEO, Deaf Smith County Hospital District. “Dr. McCullough’s experience, combined with his dedication to his patients, will be a great credit to our hospital, clinic, and community.”
Dr. McCullough has worked as an OB/Gyn physician for almost 30 years, bringing a wealth of experience caring for women in their reproductive years through menopause.
“I’m grateful to be joining a practice that shares my patient-centered care philosophy,” said Dr. McCullough. “I look forward to delivering excellent care and contributing to Hereford Regional Medical Center’s tradition of advancing care in this community.”
Dr. McCullough earned his medical degree from West Virginia University Medical Center and completed his residency at Howard University Hospital in Washington, D.C. Before medical school, Dr. McCullough earned his undergraduate degree in biology from the University of Maryland Eastern Shore, where he graduated with honors.
To schedule an appointment with Dr. McCullough at the Hereford Health Clinic, call (806) 364-7512.