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Blake Dewitt, M.D. 


West Texas A&M graduated with honors (Biology with minor in Chemistry), Texas Tech Medical school, University of Alabama for Residency in Family Medicine, Fellowship in Women's Health and Obstetrics at University of Alabama.  Clinical interest includes Sports Medicine and Obstetrics.  


  • William F DeShazo Award- Exemplary Family Medicine Physician- 2017 

  • Argus Award- UAB SOM- Best Resident Teacher Tuscaloosa Campus 2017 

  • Society of Teachers of Family Medicine- Resident Teacher Award 2017 

  • Resident Recognition Award: University of Alabama School of Medicine Tuscaloosa, AL- 2016, 2017 

  • Clinical Competency Committee Award (PGY-3)- 2017 

  • 3rd place for Scholarly Research at 9th Annual Research and Scholarly Activity Day University of Alabama- Resident Category 2017 

  • 3rd place for Scholarly Research at the 18th Annual Rural Health Conference for Alabama- Professional Category 2017 

  • Outstanding Rural Scholarship Program: State of Texas, Perryton, Tx- 


  • Mary Nell Sowell Presidential Endowed Scholarship: Texas Tech University Health Science Center, Lubbock, Tx- 2010-2014 

  • President’s Honor Scholarship: West Texas A&M University, Canyon, Tx- 2006-2009 

  • Mable Hare Writing Scholarship: (1st place) West Texas A&M University, Canyon, Tx 2007 

Certifications: Advanced life support of obstetrics Instructor and certified, Advanced cardiac life support, Advanced Trauma Life Support, Basic Life Support, Neonatal Resuscitation Protocol, Advanced Wildlife expedition provider, Pediatric Advanced life support, STABLE certified.  

Oral Board Examiner for FMOB board certification through ABPS-2021 



  • Resident’s Knowledge and Perspective of Family Medicine Endoscopists: Presented at 18th Annual Rural Health Conference, Tuscaloosa, AL 

    • Poster Presentation 

    • Was primary investigator for the project 

    • Awarded 3rd place in professional division 

  • The Effects of Advanced Life Support in Obstetrics Intra-Professional Class on Participant Intra-Professional Socialization and Readiness to Function in Intra-Professional Teams 

    • Poster Presentation 

  •  Inaccuracies Introduced by Single Width Blood Pressure Cuffs 

    • Published: Hypertension Research 2011 Feb.  

5 years as a doctor, 4 years in Perryton, 1 year in fellowship

Maintain health by staying active, participate in sprint triathalons, expedition hunting, chasing kids.  

Personal Life

Maintain health by staying active, participate in sprint triathalons, expedition hunting, chasing kids.    

Why OGH?

I chose to work at OGH because it is a hometown hospital for me as I was born and raised in Perryton.  The hospital itself supports one another like a family.  The community is tight knit.  Working as physician is I find as a calling and a privilege.  Perryton has been more than welcoming and an amazing place to work


We'd love to hear from you

DeWitt Family Practice

3020 Garrett DR., Perryton, TX 79070


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