BOARD CERTIFICATION

  • The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology
  • Diplomate in the specialty of Neurology
  • MRI certified, American Society of Neuroimaging

PUBLICATIONS

  • Poster Presentation, American Academy of Neurology – May 02, 1985
  • “EEG and Frequency Analysis Techniques for Monitoring Carotid Endarterectomy: A Blind Comparison”
  • Poster Presentation, American Academy of Neurology, April 09, 1987
  • “Metrizamide Myelography and Computerized Tomography in the Evaluation of Nerve Root Avulsion”

PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS:

  • American Academy of Neurology
  • Montgomery County Medical Society
  • Medical Association of Alabama
  • American Medical Association
  • The American Society of Internal Medicine
  • American Society of Electrodiagnostic Medicine
  • The Movement Disorder Society
  • American Society of Neuroimaging
  • Alabama Academy of Neurology – President 1999-2000, 2010-2013
Personal Information

Education

  • Kindergarden      Evergreen Presbyterian                                                                       1962-1963
  • Grades 1-6         Snowden Elementary School                                                                1963-1969
  • Grades 7-9         Snowden Junior High School                                                               1969-1972
  • Grades 10-11     Central High School                                                                                1972-1974
  • Grade 12            Briarcrest High School                                                                            1974-1975
  • Undergraduate – Samford University                                                                               1975- 1979
  • Graduate – University of Alabama  School of Medicine                                                1980- 1984
  • Internship/ Residency – University of Alabama School of Medicine                         1984-1988
  • Private Practice – Neurology Consultants of  Montgomery, P.C.                                1988-Present

Activities

1988-Present Private Practice, Neurology Consultants of Montgomery, P.C. Montgomery, Al

Past Chief of Medical Staff – Jackson Hospital

Past President – Alabama Academy of Neurology – two terms

Present – State Workman’s Compensation Board

Blue Cross/Blue Shield State Advisory Committee

Governor of Alabama Stroke Task Force

State of Alabama Impaired Driver’s Task Force

Medical Education Committee, Jackson Hospital

1984-1988 Resident Neurology, UAB Department of Neurology

1978-1979 (Undergraduate, Senior) Samford University

  • Omicron Delta Kappa
  • Alpha Epsilon Delta, Vice President
  • Beta Beta Beta, Vice President
  • Sigma Nu Fraternity, Athletic Director
  • Intramural Sports: Football, Volleyball, Basketball, Softball
  • Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society

1977-1978 (Undergraduate, Junior) Samford University

  • Alpha Epsilon Delta
  • Delegate to National AED Convention – Columbia, S.C.
  • Beta Beta Beta, Member
  • Sigma Nu Fraternity, Pledge Marshall
  • Dean’s List
  • Omicron Delta Kappa
  • Lab Assistant for Freshman Biology and Chemistry Labs

1974-1975 (Grade 12) Briarcrest High School

  • Student Government President
  • Pep Club
  • Mu Alpha Theta National Math Club
  • Basketball Team
  • National Honor Society
  • Key Club
  • Summer Missions Committee of Campus Ministries
  • Beta Beta Beta, Associate Member
  • Sigma Nu Fraternity Member
  • Dean’s List
  • Resident Assistant for Men’s Housing
  • Councelor – Laity Lodge Youth Camp – Leakley, TX – June-August, 1977

1973-1974 (Grade 11) Central High School

  • ROTC
  • Washington Workshops – Congressional Seminar
  • March 24-31, 1974 – Washington D.C.
  • Student Council – Commission on Plublicity
  • National Honor Society
  • Golf Team – Captain
  • Basketball Team
  • Order of the Red Man
  • “New Life Singers” touring choir for First Baptist Church
  • Pep Club
  • Mu Alpha Theta National Math Club

1972-1973 (Grade 10) Central High School

  • ROTC
  • Order of the Red Man
  • Pep Club
  • “New Life Singers” touring choir for First Baptist Church
  • Basketball Team
  • Cross Country Track Team
  • Golf Team – Captain

1971-1972 (Grade 9) Snowden Junior High School

  • DAR Award for Excellence in History
  • Basketball Team
  • Golf Team – Most Valuable Player Award
  • French Club
  • National Junior Honor Society
  • Elementary Teacher Assistant
  • School Newspaper Staff – Best Writer

1970-1971 (Grade 8) Snowden Junior High

  • School Band Drummer
  • School Band Tour
  • DAR Award for Excellence in History
  • Student Council Officer
  • Basketball Team
  • Golf Team – Most Valuable Player Award
  • National Junior Honor Society
  • Historical Society
  • Football Team
  • Optimist Club Award for Outstanding Junior Citizen

Religion

Member – First Baptist Church, Memphis, Tennessee (1965-1983)

Member – Brookwood Baptist Church, Birmingham, AL (1983-1988)

Member – First Baptist Church, Montgomery, AL (1988-2010)

Member – Saint James United Methodist Church (2012-present)

Family

DATE OF BIRTH:        February 13, 1957

 

PLACE OF BIRTH:     Memphis, Tennessee

 

CHILDREN:

Joseph Hardy Miller – Born May 1983

Paul Caudill Miller, Jr. – Born June 1985

Rachel Becton Miller – Born September 1986

Anastasiya Miller – Born November 2000

 

FATHER:                            

Joseph Hardy Miller, M.D.

Medical College of Georgia – 1955

Neurosurgeon

The Neurosurgical Group, Memphis, Tennessee

Associate Professor of Neurosurgery

The University of Tennessee Center for the Health Sciences, Memphis, Tennessee – Retired

 

MOTHER:

Netta Sue McKnight – Deceased

 

BROTHERS:

Joseph Hardy Miller – Deceased, age 17.

David Dwight Miller – Deceased, age 44.

 

SISTERS:

Leta Fern Miller Stillwagon – B.S. in Nursing

Netta Sue Hill – B.S. in Nursing

Angelique Amie Tyler

 

GRANDPARENTS:

Dr. and Mrs. Jospeh H. Miller, Sr. – (Dr. Miller deceased 1977)

President Truett-McConnel College – 15 years

Minister – Chaplain of Shelby County Penal Farm

Dr. and Mrs. R. Paul Caudill – Deceased

Pastor – First Baptist Church of Memphis, 31 years