Dr. Dagoberto Gonzalez, Jr.

Dr. Dagoberto Gonzalez, Jr.

Certification

2000 - Present
Fellow, American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology (2000-present)

LICENSURE AND CREDENTIALS

Professional Appointments

2013
Chief of the Medical Staff-Laredo Medical Center
2012
Vice Chief of the Medical Staff-Laredo Medical Center
2012
Chairman Credentials Committee-Laredo Medical Center
2012
Chairman By-Laws Committee-Laredo Medical Center
2010-Present
Laredo Medical Center Board of Trustee-appointed
2005-2006
Chief, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology-Doctors Hospital of Laredo
2007-2008
Chief, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology-Laredo Medical Center
2006-2007
Vice Chief, Department of Obstetrics & Gynecology-Laredo Medical Center


Internship and Residency

July 1996-June 2000

San Antonio Uniformed Services Health Education Consortium (SAUSHEC)

  • Obstetrics & Gynecology Program Director:  LTC Randal Robinson

Education

Medical School

August 1992-May 1996

Texas A&M University Health Science Center

  • Degree: Doctor of Medicine



Undergraduate

August 1988-May 1992

Texas A&M University, College Station, TX

  • Degree:  BS in Biomedical Science, Cum Laude

Military Staff Appointments

2003-2004

Luke Women’s Health Center

2003-2004

Luke Air Force Base, Arizona


2003-2004

Wilford Hall Medical Center (2000-2003) Lackland Air Force Base, Texas

Military Service

Medical School

2004

United States Air Force, Major (sep)  Honorable Discharge-July 2004

  • Final Rank: Major (sep)

Professional Societies & Memberships

1996-Present
American Medical Association
1996-Present
Texas Medical Association
2004-Present
Webb County Medical Society
2000-Present
The American Association of Gynecologic Laparoscopists
2001-Present
The Texas Association of Obstetricians & Gynecologists
2001-Present
The American College of Obstetrics & Gynecology

Honors & Awards

1988-1992 
Corps of Cadets, Army ROTC, Scholastic Achievement Award for Company D-2
1988-1992 
Texas A&M University Corps of Cadets Distinguished Student Award
1989-1992
Texas A&M University Presidential Achievement Award
1990-1992
Company D-2 Scholastics Officer
1999-2000
General O.R. Simpson Corps Honor Society
1999-2000
Outstanding Chief Resident in Obstetrics
2012
Special Excellence in Endoscopic Procedures
2012
Laredo Morning Times' 2012 Reader's Choice Award for BEST OB/GYN of the year.
2012
Most Compassionate Doctor Award, Vitals.com
2012
Top Doctor Award, Healthgrades.com
2013
Laredo Morning Times' 2013 Reader's Choice Award for BEST OB/GYN of the year.

Publications

  • Gonzalez DI, Gobern J, Krivak T, Gordon M.  Guest Editorial:  Stump the Professor, Sickle Cell Hemolytic Crisis Diagnosed in Pregnancy.  Obstetrical and Gynecological Survey. Vol 55(4), April 2000.  Presented at the ACOG National Meeting, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 1999.
  • Capt Dagoberto I. Gonzalez, LtCol Christopher M. Zahn, Maj Matthew Retzloff, Maj    William F. Moore, LtCol Edward Kost, Col Russel Snyder. Recurrence of Dysplasia Following Loop Electrosurgical Excision Procedures with Long-Term Follow-Up. Am J Obstet Gynecol 2001; 184:315-21.  Presented and awarded Outstanding Scientific Paper at the Armed Forces Annual District Meeting in Kissimmee, Florida, 1998. Presented and Awarded Second Place in Clinical Research at the Annual Air Force Clinical Surgeons Meeting in San Antonio, Texas, 1998.  Selected for presentation to the San Antonio Ob/Gyn Society, September, 1999.
  • Sherman RP, Groll JM, Gonzalez DI, Aerts MA,  Black widow spider (Latrodectus mactans) envenomation in a term pregnancy.  Curr Surg 2000 Jul 1:57(4):346-348.  Presented at the Annual Air Force Clinical Surgeons Meeting in Biloxi, Mississippi, 2000.
  • Christopher Zahn MD, Dagoberto I. Gonzalez MD, Sara Kennedy CNP,  Jeffrey Hines, Low-dose oral contraceptives effects on thromboelastogram criteria and relationship to hypercoagulability,  Am J Obstet Gynecol 2003; 189:1.
  • Dagoberto I. Gonzalez, MD, Clinical Pearls, Ob.Gyn. News, October 15, 2005.

Humanitarian Assistance

  • Selected by the USAF as a Special Experience Identifier (SEI).
  • Selected based on language capabilities and international experience
.
  • Work in conjunction with international health specialist in coordinating future missions.
August 2002
  • Usulatan, El Salvador
  • Clinical obstetrics & gynecology in a school room setting
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  • Presented lecture on Osteoporosis to local physicians.
August 2000
  • Jinotega & Matagalpa, Nicaragua
  • Clinical obstetrics & gynecology in a school room setting.
  • Presented lecture on Vaginitis to local physicians
May 2000
  • Easter Island, Chile
  • 
Humanitarian mission with the Chilean Air Force
clinical and surgical assistance in Obstetrics & Gynecology.
  • High level of interaction with Chilean Air Force officers and government officials.
July 1991
  • Monterrey, Mexico
  • Humanitarian mission with physicians from Nuevo Laredo, Mexico
.
  • Assisted with surgical procedures (orthopedics and general surgery)
.
  • Interaction with local physicians
May 1990
  • Nuevo Laredo, Tamps, Mexico
  • Humanitarian mission to under served areas within city limits
clinical assistance
  • Interaction with local physicians

Volunteer Experience

2007 - 2009
Berks County Free Medical Clinic Free Gynecological Evaluations.
2005 - 2006
Martha's Clinic Free Evaluations.

Language

  • English, Spanish