Tyrrel C. Grohman, M.D.

Tyrrel C. Grohman, M.D. 
District IV
Grohman

Birthplace: San Antonio, Texas

High School: Robert E. Lee High School

College/University:
BS, East Texas Baptist University
Secondary Education:  Biology, English, Geology.
Masters:  MS, Stephen F. Austin State University – Biology.
Doctor of Medicine: M.D., University of Texas Medical Branch – Galveston
Medical Internship: Internal Medicine Internship - Presbyterian & Parkland Hospitals, Dallas, Texas.
Radiology Residency: University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, Little Rock, Arkansas.


Family:
Married to Alicia for more than 40 years, 22 nephews and nieces from seven brothers and sisters.

Work:
Retired Radiologist, actively licensed physician.
Board of Trustee: East Texas Baptist University for 12 years

Focus as a board member:
Communication and service are important to me.  My wife, Alicia, and I volunteered to teach in the Dominican Republic. This changed so much in us and for us and led me to train and serve in medicine for more than 30 years. Volunteering in our schools is transforming to individuals and to the schools.  I have volunteered at Emeline Carpenter Elementary School to do many tasks that assist the school and teachers. I have done volunteer tutoring of ELL students and that has changed me and given me new insights. 

Would you consider volunteering? Reading is a passion, too.  How about reading with someone today in your home or at a school?