Dr. Pamela Pyle
- Myrtle Beach US-SC
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Dunes Club Myrtle beach Tennis Team Runner - several marathons and Marine Corp Mud Run in Columbia SC
Trained as a physician, Dr. Pamela Pyle utilizes her expertise and desire to help those in need both near her home in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, and halfway around the world. She counts her work with faith-based institutions as a significant aspect of her charitable pursuits. Organizations including Africa New Life Ministry, Market Life Ministries, and Ground Zero, a teen ministry, have all benefited from Dr. Pyle’s medical training and fund-raising abilities. Secular organizations have also benefited from her work. Pamela Pyle participated as a volunteer physician at Friendship Medical Clinic & Pharmacy and an organizer with the Myrtle Beach Women’s Group.Dr. Pamela Pyle earned an undergraduate degree in physiology from Oklahoma State University, where she appeared on the President’s and Dean’s Lists. She also served as a member of Alpha Epsilon Delta, the national health preprofessional honor society. Dr. Pyle continued her education at Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine. In medical school, She continued to earn recognition. Earning recognition on the Dean’s List, she also served as class Vice President and President of Psi Sigma Alpha honor society. She also received a listing as among the Outstanding Young Women of America. She ranked second in her graduating class, earning a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine in 1989.Certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine in 1992 and 2002, Dr. Pamela Pyle has served in a variety of roles as a physician based in Myrtle Beach. After completing her internship and residency at Baylor College of Medicine, Dr. Pyle moved into hospitalist service at Carolina Health Specialists before serving at her own offices in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, from 2002 to 2008.Recently, Dr. Pamela Pyle has focused on leading a medical mission to Africa. Through A Night for Rwanda, a fund-raiser held in Myrtle Beach Dr. Pyle raised more than $35,000 for a medical clinic in the war-torn nation. Building on this effort, she will lead a medical mission to Rwanda in July. She and her team have raised funds to bring more than 1,000 children vitamins and medicines for over a year.