Today, Dr. Pamela L. Johnson practices medicine as an Occupational Medicine Physician with the Texas Medical Center in Houston, Texas, where she performs such operations as intra-articular joint steroid injections and trigger point injections and administers crucial medical evaluations to individuals who have suffered personal or occupational injuries. Besides providing immediate care, Dr. Pamela L. Johnson also ensures that patients receive comprehensive recovery care as well. In addition to her role with Texas Medical Center, Dr. Pam Johnson also serves as a Physician in the areas of urgent care, preventive medicine, and gynecology at the Dairy Ashford Medical Clinic, also in Houston, where she supervises a medical staff and participates in such integral duties as urgent care triage and emergency room screening. Since August of 2010, Dr. Pamela L. Johnson has served as the Director of the Dairy Ashford Medical Clinic’s FAB Skin Enhancement Center, where she assists patients in developing cosmetic or diet-related plans for bodily improvement in order to reach their goals. Dr. Pamela L. Johnson has previously fulfilled medical positions at Concentra Operating Corporation’s medical centers, Kriger Research Center Inc., and at Prime Staff Advanced Medical Division.
A member of the Texas Public Health Association, Pam Johnson, MD, has served on the Texas Department of State Health Services Institutional Review Board, or IRB. Dr. Pamela L. Johnson maintains membership in a variety of professional organizations pertinent to her field, including the American Medical Association, the American Congress of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, and the American College of Preventive Medicine. Dr. Pamela L. Johnson earned her Bachelor of Science in Chemistry from the Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York, in 1981; since then, she has obtained a number of postgraduate degrees, including her M.D. from the University of Illinois Medical Center at Chicago, a Master of Public Health from the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor, and several postgraduate degrees in biochemistry as well.