About Kenneth Scott Lloyd

kenneth scott lloydDr. Kenneth Scott Lloyd began his career as an undergraduate student at California’s Santa Clara University, where he earned his BS in Biology. Committed to his studies, he gained admission to Phi Beta Kappa, the oldest academic honor society in the United States. After graduating, Dr. K. Scott Lloyd enrolled at the prestigious Georgetown University School of Medicine, in Washington, D.C., where he conducted research into blood electrolyte disturbances caused by infant formula.

Following receipt of his MD, Dr. Kenneth Scott Lloyd began his residency at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston, where he developed expertise in the fields of internal and pulmonary medicine, gaining academic as well as practical experience. He earned recognition as a leader among his peers, and he began to train medical students and residents of lower seniority as his knowledge advanced. He followed his residency with a fellowship in the same areas, completing his postgraduate studies in June of 1989.

Immediately thereafter, Dr. K. Scott Lloyd joined the medical staff at Respiratory Consultants of Houston as an Attending Physician. For the past 23 years, he has served patients in tertiary hospital intensive care, long-term acute care, and skilled nursing care. His expertise in pulmonary and critical care has benefited countless patients over the years, and he continues to provide quality professional care on a daily basis.

Dr. Lloyd frequently donates his services as a volunteer provider of free physical examinations for high school athletes. He also volunteers with Habitat for Humanity International and enjoys intellectual pursuits in subjects including evolution, physics, and astronomy.

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