Board Certifications

  • Family Medicine
  • Geriatric Medicine

Education

Residency

Eastern Maine Medical Center
Family Medicine
Bangor, ME
1979

Medical School

SUNY Downstate Medical Center
Doctor of Medicine
Brooklyn, NY
1976

Undergraduate School

Rutgers University
Bachelor of Science
New Brunswick, NJ
1972

Hospital Affiliated With

Memorial Hermann The Woodlands Hospital

Biography

Dr. Stillwagon grew up in the rural countryside of southwestern Pennsylvania, near the West Virginia/Maryland border, attending the five-classrooms-for-eight-grades schoolhouse in that small coal-mining and dairy-farming community.

Dr. Stillwagon knew early on that he wanted to be a doctor. (He was always sick with ear infections.) But he never thought that to be a realistic possibility until his family moved to New Jersey and he received a scholarship to attend both Rutgers University and the State University of New York Downstate Medical School in Brooklyn. After a year of study at the University of Colorado Medical Center in Denver, Dr. Stillwagon did his Family Practice Residency at Eastern Maine Medical Center in Bangor, Maine.

Dr. Stillwagon always knew that he wanted to teach, and was in a very successful Family Practice in Orono, Maine before becoming an associate director of the Family Practice Residency program in Barberton, Ohio. Soon thereafter, The Woodlands became the Stillwagon’s hometown when Dr. Stillwagon was recruited by the University of Texas to become the program director of the Family Practice Residency Program in Conroe, Texas. In 1985, Dr. Stillwagon founded the Panther Creek Medical Center, which eventually became The Village Medical Centers today.

Dr. Stillwagon is happily married. He and his wife are the proud parents of two sons and a daughter. They are also the doting grandparents of five wonderful grandchildren. Throughout the years, Dr. Stillwagon has enjoyed skiing, hiking, and biking, particularly in the mountains of Colorado. He also enjoys the theatre, music, reading, and cooking. After attending the National Wine-Makers Conference in Upstate New York, he developed another tasty hobby! Whining !!

Dr. Stillwagon and his wife caught the travel bug several years ago and have enjoyed many adventures traveling the world together, soon visiting their seventh continent. Dr. Stillwagon has learned a great deal from his patients about their travels and has enjoyed sharing his experiences with them in turn.