David S. Salas, M.D.

  • Bachelor of Science-1982-Biology/Chemistry Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Durrant, Oklahoma
  • Doctor of Medicine-1986- University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
  • Completed Residency in Family Practice-1989-St. Francis Regional Medical Center-Wichita, Kansas
  • Solo Practice-1989-1997-Salas Family Practice
  • Founding member in the formation of Primary Care Associates 1997-2000
  • 2000- Established Salas Minor Emergency Center

Tommy Caldwell, FNP-C

  • Licensed Vocational Nurse-2002-Texarkana College
  • Associate Degree in Nursing-2006-Texarkana College
  • Masters of Science in Nursing-2016-Walden University
  • Salas Minor Emergency Center-2016-Nurse Practitioner

Melanie Graham, FNP-C

  • Undergraduate-Texas A&M-Texarkana, Texas
  • Masters of Nursing Science-University of Arkansas for Medical Science
  • Liscenced by Texas Board of Nurses-Family Nurse Practitioner-2016
  • Experienced in Oncology, Rheumatology, Family Practice and Urgent Care
  • DOT Medical Examiner-2016
  • Salas Minor Emergency Center-2019-Nurse Practitioner

Joe Gray, PA-C

  • Paramedic Certification Program-1980-Cooke County College, Gainesville, Texas
  • Associate in Applied Science, Nursing-1979-Cooke County College, Gainesville, Texas
  • Physician Assistant Certification-1996-University of North Dakota, Grand Forks, North Dakota
  • Salas Minor Emergency Center-2017-Physician Assistant

Donald Roseberry, PA-C

  • Master of Science in Physician Assistant Studies from Christian Brothers University in Memphis, TN 2015
  • Bachelor of Science in Nuclear Medicine Technology from the University of Central Arkansas in Conway, AR 2007
  • Bachelor of Arts Central Baptist College in Conway, AR 1999
  • Nuclear Medicine Technologist in Nuclear Cardiology 2007 to 2012
  • Physician Assistant- Certified and working in Urgent Care and Family Medicine 2015 to present.
  • DOT certified provider 2020 to present