Dr. Pamela Pyle
With a dedication to a broad array of charitable endeavors, Dr. Pamela Pyle has helped hundreds of individuals from Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, to war-ravaged parts of Africa. Working in a variety of roles, Dr. Pyle has applied her skills as a volunteer physician, community fund-raiser, and leader of a medical team on a mission to Africa. Dr. Pamela Pyle began studying to become a physician at Oklahoma State University. As an undergraduate, Dr. Pyle earned recognition on the President’s and Dean’s Lists. She also served as a member of Alpha Epsilon Delta, the national health preprofessional honor society. Completing her graduate studies at Texas College of Osteopathic Medicine, she made the Dean’s List also earned a mention as one of the Outstanding Young Women in America. In addition, she served as President of the Psi Sigma Alpha honor society and as class Vice President. Graduating in 1989, Dr. Pamela Pyle ranked second in her class and earned a Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine. Certified in 1992 and 2002 with the American Board of Internal Medicine, Dr. Pamela Pyle holds professional affiliations with the American College of Physicians and Society of Hospital Medicine. After completing her internship and residency at Baylor College of Medicine, Dr. Pyle worked in the Coronary Care Unit at Methodist University Hospital and in hospitalist services at Carolina Health Specialists. In addition, she has owned two businesses in Myrtle Beach. She operated at Personal Touch Aesthetic Lasers and Skin Rejuvenation Center, LLC, from 2002 to 2006 and at About Face and Body Rx, LLC from 2006 to 2008. In addition to her expertise in the medical field, Dr. Pamela Pyle has also developed a reputation as a fund-raiser and volunteer. She donates her time as a physician at a free clinic near Myrtle Beach and in various roles in association with her church. In her most recent charitable pursuits, she raised more than $35,000 for a medical clinic in Rwanda. In addition to her fund-raising efforts, Dr. Pyle will serve as the leader of medical mission teams to Rwanda in July. Besides her many charitable pursuits, she finds time to play tennis and participate in marathons, including the U.S. Marine Corps Mud Run in Columbia.