David Glenn Weismiller

Professor, Department of Family and Community Medicine
Expertise: Preconception health, Smoking and pregnancy, Perinatal education strategies, Sports concussions, Medical curriculum development and evaluation


Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV professor David G. Weismiller is a nationally known expert on family medicine, fertility, and maternal health.

Renowned for his work in medical education and faculty development, Weismiller presents continuing education courses to doctors through the American Academy of Family Physicians “Board Review Express Course Series,” which he founded in 2005. He also has educated colleagues through an AAFP webcast series covering multiple topics, ranging from geriatrics and primary care to treatment of blood cholesterol and sports concussions.

Weismiller has authored numerous publications on issues related to women’s and children’s health, and he is an advocate for empowering individuals to make sound health care choices. He was recognized in 2018 as a “Best Doctor” in Desert Companion’s Annual List.


  • M.D., Sidney Kimmel Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University
  • Residency, University of Virginia Health System

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Las Vegas Review Journal
Federal health regulators on Tuesday gave the green light for people ages 50 and older to get a second booster shot of COVID-19 vaccine.
K.L.A.S. T.V. 8 News Now
A second booster is now available at Health District clinics and pharmacies locations across the valley. The FDA has approved a fourth dose for the immuno-compromised and those over 50. Dr. David Weismiller from Kirk Kerkorian School of Medicine at UNLV explains and answers questions and concerns.
K.S.N.V. T.V. News 3
  The mask mandate is now officially lifted in Nevada, though there are still a number of reasons Southern Nevadans may continue to need to mask up. Medical professionals have considered masking an effective tool for preventing the spread of COVID-19, but with the rollout of vaccines and better treatments combating the virus, pandemic strategies are shifting.  
K.V.V.U. T.V. Fox 5
Healthcare workers across Nevada say dropping the mask mandate immediately does not "follow the science," and many called for Nevadans to keep protecting themselves and others in public. 

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