Weis M

Weis M

Weis M, PhD
Department of Primary Care Medicine, Irwin Army Community Hospital


Mark Weis MD graduated from the University Of Kansas School Of Medicine in 1991 He worked in various primary care settings from 1992 – 2008 including full spectrum family medicine practice urgent care emergency medicine was as the medical consultant to two inpatient psychiatric facilities and served as a clinical instructor in the University of Louisville’s Department of Family and Community Medicine program He also held various positions on his local hospital staff during this period including a multiyear tenure as Chief of the Medical Staff In 1996 he was featured in the book 50 Most Positive Doctors in America 1996 and received a similar honor in 1999 when he was feature in Positive Doctors in America From 20008 – 2010 he was employed as a civilian by the United States Army His work with the Army includes serving as a primary care physician and undertaking leadership roles in both the Army’s Wounded Warrior program and the RESPECTMil Program—an Army program that screens for mental health concerns amongst active duty soldiers He was recently invited by the Army to join the leadership of the RESPECTMil program so is now located at Walter Reed Hospital in Washington DC where he serves as the program’s senior primary care physician

Research Interest

Dr. Weis publications, research and clinical interests demonstrate his wide range of experience and interest in the field of medicine: he has served as the primary care representative to numerous advisory boards in fields including urology, infectious disease, pulmonology, psychiatry and gastrointestinal illness. He has authored numerous articles, including 2 articles in the past year on hereditary angioedema (HAE). His expertise in this field has provided him the opportunity to serve as an article referee and editorial board member on four journals. Dr. Weis medical interests also include medical writing: he has been involved in numerous activities with the pharmaceutical and medical communication industries as a medical writer—both as the author and creator of continuing medical education and other projects and many of his ghost-written scientific articles have been published in reputable journals.