Dr. Burke feels it is an honor to be caring for patients at Keller Family Medical Center for over thirty years. He was raised in the metroplex and attended Trinity High School. He received his undergraduate degree from Texas Tech and graduated in 1982 from the University of North Texas Health Science Center (TCOM).
Dr. Bill Burke followed his father, Dr. J.W. Burke, into Family Practice. Having lived in Keller since 1980, while attending medical school, he saw a need for medical care in a growing city. He can be seen routinely out on the Keller trail system running or riding his bike. Dr. Burke and his wife Beverly have three grown children and seven grandchildren.
Dr. Burke’s interests are in preventative health care, allergy treatment and total family health care.
Dr. Burke recently sold the practice to Dr. Chris Dingess in order to spend more time with his family. He still sees patients on Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons.
- University of North Texas Health Science Center, June 1982
- Internship, Hurst General Hospital, 1982-1983
Licensure and Board Certification:
- AOA-General Practice, 1982
- AOA-Family Practice, 1992
Memberships, Offices and Committee Appointments:
- Tarrant County Medical Society
- American Osteopathic Association
- Texas Medical Association
- American College of Family Physicians
Awards & Honors:
- Outstanding Young Men in America, 1988
- Keller High School Team Physician, 1983-1992
- Preceptor in Family Practice, 1984-1992
- Secretary/Treasurer, North East Community Hospital Staff, 1994-1997
- Papa to his grandchildren