About Dr. Nancy Scheinost

While undertaking her residency at Good Samaritan Medical 
Center, Dr. Nancy Scheinost wrote the paper Neuroleptic 
Malignant Syndrome in collaboration with C. Rainer. Dr. 
Scheinost coauthored two other papers: Treatment of Hodgkin's 
Patients with Large Mediastinal Masses and The Prevalence of 
Symptomatic Osteoarthritis in the Elderly, the latter with 
Dr. Elizabeth Barrett-Connor. Dr. Scheinost earned her first 
degree at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, where she 
graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in Chemistry. 
She then went on to attend the University of Nebraska Medical 
Center in 1983, graduating five years later with an M.D.

Dr. Nancy Scheinost finished her residency and internship at 
Good Samaritan under Medical Director Alan Leibowitz. In 1993, 
she completed her Rheumatology Fellowship at the University of 
California, San Diego School of Medicine. Nancy Scheinost, M.D., 
has worked as a solo practitioner for a decade and a half, 
treating numerous patients every day at the Rheumatology of 
Brazos Valley private practice, where she tests patients’ 
bone density and operates an infusion suite.

Dr. Nancy Scheinost contributes to a number of charities and 
community organizations, including the American Breast Cancer 
Association, Brazos Animal Shelter, the Humane Society of the 
United States, and, previously, the Health for All clinic. 
In order to remain abreast of developments in her field, Dr. 
Scheinost holds memberships in a number of professional 
organizations, such as the National Osteoporosis Foundation, 
the International Society of Clinical Densitometry, Inc., 
the Texas Medical Association, and the Brazos-Robertson County 
Medical Society. Dr. Scheinost is also affiliated with 
Physicians Centre Hospital in Bryan, Texas.

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