Summary

For over 30 years Michaele Enghardt, MD has worked as a medical professional. Receiving her Doctor of Medicine from Louisiana State University School of Medicine, Dr. Enghardt holds board certification from the American Board of Pathology in Anatomic and Clinical Pathology. Currently operating out of Texas, she possesses affiliations with DeTar Hospital, Midland Memorial Hospital, Medical Center Hospital, Permian Regional Medical Center, and The University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center at Dallas. Moreover, Michaele Enghardt, MD, acts as Medical Director of Diagnostic Laboratories, and belongs to several contract organizations. Dr. Enghardt served in the United States Navy, transferred to the United States Army, and retired as Lieutenant Colonel out of Brooke Army Medical Center. Prior to completing her pathology residency, she worked as a general medical officer in internal medicine and emergency medicine. She served in various capacities, including Director of Surgical Pathology and Director of Autopsy Pathology. She managed the Gastrointestinal Pathology Conference and participated in Tumor Board sessions. She has published in technical areas as well as urologic and gynecologic pathology.

Work History

Work History
Aug 2011 - Present

Medical Director

Diagnostic Laboratories
Jan 1991 - Sep 1997

Major, Lieutenant Colonel Medical Corps

US Army
Aug 1976 - Jan 1989

Lieutenant, Lieutenant Commander Medical Corps

US Navy

Education

Education
1978 - 1981

Residency

Naval Regional Medical Center
1975 - 1976

Internship

LSU Service, Charity Hospital of New Orleans
Aug 1971 - Jun 1975

MD

Louisiana State University School of Medicine
Sep 1967 - Jun 1971

BA

Louisiana College