Forney Fleming III

Clinical Professor - Management
fwf081000@utdallas.edu
972-883-5812
SOM4229
Tags: Organizations, Strategy and International Management

Professional Preparation

M.D. - Medicine
University of Texas Medical Branch - 2018
MBA - Business Administration
University of Houston at Clear Lake - 2018
B.S.
University of Texas at Austin - 2018

Publications

"Chemounucleolysis: History and Indications", Journal of the Kansas Medical Society, January, 1984 1984 - Publication
"Harrington Rods: Instrumentation and Fusion of Unstable Spinal Fractures". Journal of the Kansas Medical Society, November 1983 1983 - Publication

Additional Information

Teaching Experience

Clinical associate professor - University of Texas Medical Branch.

  • Lectures and supervision of Orthopaedic and Family Practice residents

Clinical associate professor - University of Kansas Medical School- Wichita

  • Lectures and supervision of Orthopaedic and Family Practice residents and lectures to nursing and physical therapy students

Adjunct professor — Wichita State University

  • Medical Director, EMT training program
  • Developed curriculum for EMT program, recruited faculty, delivered lectures
  • Developed a videotape library of lectures
Professional Organizations
  • American Medical Association
  • Texas Medical Association
  • Jefferson County Medical Society
  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
  • American College of Surgeons
  • American College of Physician Executives
     
Leadership Positions
  • President, Jefferson County Medical Society PTC}
  • Chairman, Jefferson County TexPac
  • Chairman, St. Mary Hospital PHO
  • Liability Committee, Texas Medical Association
     

News Articles

Physician's Perspective Aids Management Program
Having a physician run a master’s-level management program may seem unusual. Dr. Forney Fleming considers it a distinct advantage.“Someone who has been in any of the professional fields they’re dealing with brings life experiences to that particular arena,” he said. “That is not the typical approach that most programs take.” Fleming, who heads up the Healthcare Management master’s program at UT Dallas, came to the University after decades of working as an orthopedic surgeon. Add an MBA and teaching experience to the equation, and it becomes clear that Fleming’s credentials are unparalleled. “This was my idea for retirement—to have a second career in teaching,” he said. “My mother, who was a teacher, was an inspiration to me. I prepared for it by getting an MBA a few years ago with the specific career desire to teach. During my practice career, I was involved in a lot of teaching—I taught residents, I gave lectures, I was program director of an EMT training course—and I enjoyed the classroom environment.”
A Healthy Outlook at the New Center for Healthcare Leadership and Management
Fast-growing, appealing to diverse audiences and yet united in their efforts to make UT Dallas a thought leader in their discipline, the healthcare management programs at the Naveen Jindal School of Management have banded together to create a new Center for Healthcare Leadership and Management, which formally debuted April 20.

“The center is intended to bring all of the faculty together, reach out to many of you that are in industry and invite you to speak and lecture and be part of this great effort,” Dr. Britt Berrett, center director, told an audience of healthcare professionals, students and professors gathered at JSOM to mark the occasion with a brief program and reception.