Thomas B. Strawn, M.D.
A native of Shelbyville, Indiana, Dr. Strawn graduated from Butler University and Indiana University School of Medicine, both in Indianapolis. Following a surgical internship at Indiana University Hospitals, he served three years in the U.S. Navy. Dr. Strawn completed a general surgery residency in Louisville, Kentucky and then practiced surgery nineteen years in Indiana, one year at the Navajo Indian Hospital in Shiprock, New Mexico, and five years in the NW Valley of Arizona. He is a Fellow of the American College of Surgeons, Board Certified by the American Board of Surgery, and Certified by the American Board of Phlebology. Dr. Strawn has four adult children and he and his wife, Lisa, have two eight-year old children. Dr. Strawn and his wife are active in their church, volunteering in the children's ministry, in pastoral counseling, and in neighborhood ministry. The entire family has helped build three houses in Puerto Penasco through their church in the past year and Dr. Strawn has traveled to Palenque, Mexico twice in the last two years to perform surgery on the indigenous natives of the Chol Tribe. Dr. Strawn's proudest educational accomplishment occurred this year when he finished his Master's degree in Religion/Pastoral Counseling. He considers his practice of medicine a platform from which to advance God's Kingdom.