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President's Message
 

 
G. Sealy Massingill, MD
6464 John Ryan Drive
Fort Worth, TX, 76132
Phone: (214) 762-3387
email: sealy.massingill@ppgt.org

 
Dr. Massingill graduated from THE University of Texas at Austin in December 1980 and from the University of Texas Medical School at Houston in 1985. He began his career as an intern at John Peter Smith hospital in his hometown of Fort Worth shortly thereafter, completing OBGYN residency in 1989. After serving in the United States Air Force, he returned to John Peter Smith and joined the clinical faculty as Director of Outreach Clinics. His career at JPS saw him serve as President of Medical Staff and the Chair of the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology. In January 2017, he assumed the role of Chief Medical Officer for Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas.

Currently, Dr. Massingill is Section 2 Chair for District XI of American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) and serves ACOG as a delegate to the American Medical Association. He is past president of the Texas Medical Association Foundation and current member of the Texas Medical Association Council on Science and Public Health. Dr. Massingill is past President and a current member of the Tarrant County Medical Society Board of Directors.

Dr. Massingill has been married to his wife, Debbie since 1981 and has three adult children. He is an avid amateur golfer and a fervent University of Texas Longhorn fan.

 
President’s Vision Statement
 
The Texas Association of Obstetricians and Gynecologists has a long history of advocating for the obstetricians and gynecologists and their patients in our great state. That history predates the American College of OBGYN, but as time passes, organizations need to evolve. Once District XI ACOG was organized, the mission of TAOG has done just that. Our mission now is to provide advocacy and educational support to the OB/GYN community in Texas in conjunction with DXI. Working together, we will be able to accomplish great things. I want to honor the traditions of TAOG while moving into the future with DXI.
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