Originally from Boyd, Texas, Dr. Jill McAngus graduated summa cum laude from Tarleton University with a degree in biomedical sciences.  Admired by her peers, Dr. McAngus has completed a highly competitive residency with Scott & White in a male dominated field.  This training has prepared her to treat a comprehensive list of orthopaedic problems and we are thrilled to have her medical perspective at Cross Timbers Orthopaedics.

Board Certification–

American Board of Orthopedic Surgery, Board Eligible

State of Texas, Basic Postgraduate Training Permit #BP10054322

Accolades Achieved–

Jeanne Fairweather, MD Scholarship Endowment

Dr. Walter Junius Hildebrand Scholarship

Chemistry Award (Undergrad)

Presidential Honors Program Scholarship (Undergrad) 

Additional Research Experience–

Tarleton State University

Mentor: Max Sanderfor, Ph.D., Department of Biological Sciences

Evaluated the effect of exercise regimen on autonomic dysreflexia in paraplegic rat population

Baylor Scott & White Memorial Hospital

Mentor: Christopher Souder, MD

Short Leg Cast Immobilization of Distal Tibial Physeal Fractures

Project assistant for data collection. Podium presentation at POSNA in Barcelona, Spain on May 5, 2017 by Dr. Souder

Medical Volunteer Experiencel–

Team Physician- Provided sports medical care for University of Mary Hardin Baylor JV football team

Sports Physicals- Performed annual sports physicals for athletes at several local middle schools, high schools, and University of Mary Hardin-Baylor

Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association Physician- Worked as a volunteer physician on the medical staff for the PRCA 

College–

Tarleton State University, Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Sciences 

Magna Cum Laude and member of the Presidential Honors Program 

Residency-

Texas A&M College Of Medicine – Baylor Scott & White Resident, Orthopedic Surgery

Medical School-

University Of Texas Medical Branch, Doctor of Medicine