Rodney M. Wiseman, DO, FACOFP dist.

Rodney M. Wiseman, DO, FACOFP dist. is in private family practice in Pearland, Texas, at Pearland Medical Clinic. He also maintains a concierge practice in Tyler, Texas, as the medical director and primary care family physician for Community Access, a series of group homes for intellectual and developmental disabilities patients.  

A Houston native, Dr. Wiseman earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Houston and later completed his Doctor of Osteopathy degree from the Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine. He served his internship at William Beaumont Hospital, Army Medical Center in El Paso. He is board certified in osteopathic family medicine.

Dr. Wiseman is a Distinguished Fellow of ACOFP and a graduate of the AOA Health Policy Fellowship.

Prior to starting his medical practice, Dr. Wiseman served several years in the U.S. Army, serving as a combat medic with the 101st Airborne in Vietnam, where he was awarded the Bronze Star. After his internship, Dr. Wiseman served as the regimental surgeon and flight surgeon with the 3rd Armored Cavalry Regiment at Ft. Bliss, Texas.

He currently holds an academic appointment as an associate clinical professor at the University of North Texas Health Sciences Center Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine, where he also serves as a preceptor.

Throughout his career, Dr. Wiseman has played an active leadership role in his professional associations at both the state and local levels. He has been president, and served in most board and officer positions, for both the Texas Osteopathic Medical Association (TOMA) and the Texas Society of the ACOFP. He is currently serving as HealthCare Consultant to TOMA, parliamentarian for Texas Society ACOFP, and is a Texas Delegate to the AOA House and the ACOFP Congress.

He has served as chairman of the Texas Delegation to the AOA House of Delegates. He has also served as a district review committee member for the Texas Medical Board.

In recognition of his years of commitment to his profession and to patients, Dr. Wiseman was named 2001 Osteopathic Family Physician of the Year by the ACOFP, and was honored by the Texas Society of the ACOFP as Family Physician of the Year in 1998. He also received the TR Sharp Meritorious Service Award in 2005. The Texas Osteopathic Medical Association presented him with its Distinguished Service Award in 2010.

Dr. Wiseman has four grown children: Danny, Michael, John and Marissa. Some of his proudest moments include attending their marriage ceremonies and their graduation from college.