About Me



Jack Gardner, MD, FCCP


Jack Gardner, M.D. is a life-long Texan and makes his home in the middle of the Sam Houston National Forest. He and his wife, Barbara, have three children and eleven grandchildren. Dr. Gardner is active in ministry in his local church and various organizations. During the last couple of years he has worked with Bhutanese refugees entering the Metroplex to acclimate them to the American culture. His favorite pastime is working on the land and spending time with grandchildren.

  1. Board Certified in Neurology and Sleep Medicine
  2. Fellowship Training at Parkland Memorial Hospital
  3. Residency Training at Presbyterian Hospital and Parkland Memorial
  4. Medical Education at University of Texas

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In 1989, after residency and fellowship training in Neurology, Dr. Gardner had a successful practice in Neurology and served as the Medical Director of the NeuroScience Center of Excellence at Methodist Hospital for more than 10 years during which time he developed an inpatient Epilepsy Monitoring Unit. He Decided to close his neurology practice to devote his full attention to the practice of Sleep Medicine.

Professional Organizations:

American Academy of Sleep Medicine

American College of Chest Physicians

American Academy of Neurology

Dallas County medical Society

Texas Medical Association

American Medical Association