Meet Dr. William Stigall
Dr. William Stigall is a pediatric critical care physician and bioethicist. He graduated with a BBA in Business Honors from UT-Austin and a MD from UT-Southwestern in Dallas. He continued medical training in Dallas at UT-Southwestern for residency, chief residency, fellowship, and chief fellowship. He then completed an additional fellowship year in pediatric cardiac critical care at St. Joseph’s Hospital and Health Center in Phoenix, Arizona. He has been in practice since 2010. He attends in the Cook Children’s Medical Center Pediatric ICU and is on the clinical faculty for the TCU School of Medicine in Pediatrics and Ethics.
Dr. Stigall loves pediatric critical care. He believes this is the area of medicine that can most positively affect the lives of sick children using principles of physiology and application of technology. He feels truly blessed to be able to help patients and families at times of tremendous need. He was voted a Best Pediatrician in Dallas by D Magazine in 2017 and 2018.
During residency and fellowship, Dr. Stigall obtained a Master’s in Philosophy from the University of Dallas. He has been a member and chair of multiple bioethics committees and has taught Bioethics at the University of Dallas since 2012. He is a member of the Cook Children’s Ethics Committee and the Institutional Review Board. His current philosophical interests include the interaction of mind and body, the social nature of man, and philosophy of medicine.
Dr. Stigall is married with three wonderfully busy boys. When not practicing medicine, he enjoys spending time with his family, reading, hiking, and any sport associated with the University of Texas.
- Pediatric critical and intensive care
Cook Children's Physician Network, TCU School of Medicine
University of Texas Southwestern Medical School at Dallas
Pediatric Residency Chief Resident, UT Southwestern|Pediatric Residency, UT Southwestern
American Board of Pediatrics
Best Pediatrician in Dallas (D Magazine 2017-2018)